Bellringer. 1. Turn in Ch. 17 Vocabulary on my desk. If you do not have it printed, email it to me now, [email protected] 2. Download today’s notes from our class website and prepare to take notes.
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A complex web of duties and obligations governed relationships between people in the Middle Ages.
Feudalism governed how knights and nobles dealt with each other.
Feudalism spread through most of Europe.
The manor system dominated Europe’s economy.
Towns and trade grew and helped end the feudal system.
Main Idea 1:Feudalism governed how knights and nobles dealt which each other.
To defend their lands, nobles needed soldiers. The best soldiers were knights,warriors who fought on horseback. Knights needed weapons, armor, and horses, so nobles gave land (fiefs) to the knights to support them.
A knight who promised to support a lord in exchange for land was called a vassal.
Feudalism was a system of promises that governed the relationships between lords and vassals.