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Knights, Serfs, and the Lords of a Manor. By: Amanda Kemp. The Manor House. This is the house that the lords lived in. They owned the property in which the house was on. T he Lord. This is the Lord of a manor. They usually had a dog to help guard them. Knights.

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the manor house
The Manor House

This is the house that the lords lived in.

They owned the property in which the house was on.

t he lord
The Lord

This is the Lord of a manor. They usually had a dog to help guard them.

knights
Knights
  • The term “knight” comes from the Anglo Saxon name for a boy named: “Cniht”
  • The effectiveness of a knight depended on his abilty to stay mounted on his horse during combat
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Knights

This Is a picture of knights fighting

the serfs
The Serfs
  • Medieval Serfs were peasants who worked his lords’ land and paid him certain dues in return for the land, the possession of which is heritable.
general clothing of the serfs
General Clothing of the Serfs
  • A blouse of cloth or skin fastened by a leather belt around the waist.
  • Shoes or large boots
  • Short woolen trousers
  • Sheath for knife
  • Wool hat in the cold winter and bareheaded in the hot weather
  • Gloves were worn as a practical piece of clothing
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works cited
Works Cited
  • “Lord of the Manor”. 31 March.2009 http://www.middle-ages.org.uk\lord-of-the-manor.htm
  • Knights 1 April.2009 www.pepperspollywogs.com\blog\wp-content\uploads\shutterstock11085013jpg
  • Serfs 3 April.2009 www.middle-ages.org.uk\serfs.htm
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