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  • feudalism
    The main form of organization of medieval society was known as "feudalism." Within this system, people were divided into three "estates", the nobility, the clergy, and commoners. Society in this...

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    The main danger of this form of political organization was that it was so decentralized. According to Bentley and Ziegler (p. 305 in the Brief Second Edition), “this decentralized political...

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    Although there was the danger that local lords would pursue their own interests and create chaos and instability, the feudal system was also capable of being the foundation for powerful states....

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    In early medieval Europe, there was a need for a way to create social and political order. Such order had existed during the time of the Roman Empire, but when that empire collapsed, Europe became...

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  • History
    Feudalism is a system of government and of organizing society that dominated Europe in the Middle Ages. It was also important in other areas of the world, notably in Japan. Feudalism was a system...

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    Feudalism arose in Europe because of the need for a way to pull society back together after the Roman Empire collapsed in the West. Feudalism drew on older traditions of Germanic peoples to create...

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    The medieval feudal system in Europe was fairly simple in theory, but not always so simple in practice. In theory, the feudal system was a hierarchy with clear chains of loyalty and obligation from...

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  • feudalism
    Feudalism did not involve means of production, or if it did, only in a very limited way. It is a word used (increasingly less often by scholars) to descibe relationships between lords and vassals....

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    The exchange between lords and vassals was the central aspect of feudalism. The lords gave fiefs to their vassals. This meant that the vassal got an area of land. He got the right to its produce...

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    The economy in feudalism is essentially a traditional economy. Serfs and other peasants on feudal estates generally raised the sorts of crops they had always raised. They were ruled by people...

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