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By Wyatt Boone and Bryan Guzman. Feudalism. Development of Feudalism. Developed because of invasion. Started in 8th century. Best in 11 th through 13 th century. Began in the Franks kingdom . How Feudalism works. Lords gave land to vassals Vassals would give services

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By wyatt boone and bryan guzman

By Wyatt Boone and Bryan Guzman

Feudalism


Development of feudalism

Development of Feudalism

  • Developed because of invasion.

  • Started in 8th century.

  • Best in 11th through 13th

    century.

  • Began in the Franks kingdom.


How feudalism works

How Feudalism works

  • Lords gave land to vassals

  • Vassals would give services

    in return

  • Had knights to protect land

  • Vassals bound by Feudal Contract


Payments

Payments

  • Granted fiefs to live on

  • Provided Military Service

  • Gave food and coin

  • Fiefs came with

    serfs to work


Castles

Castles

  • Lords built castles for defense

  • Serfs would retreat to castles

    for protection

  • High walls, Towers

    drawbridges, and moats


Social structure

Social Structure


Knights

Knights

  • Started at age of seven

  • Training was rough

  • Fought on horseback

  • Had heavy armor and shields

  • Used swords axes and lances


Chivalry

Chivalry

  • Brave, loyal, and honest

  • Fight fairly in war

  • Treat other knights

    with respect

  • Protect the weak


Significance

Significance

  • Shaped Europe

  • Resistance to Monarchy

  • Chivalry

  • Architecture

  • Epic Romance

  • Courtly literature


Decline

Decline

  • Lower class overthrew nobles

  • Changed to parliamentary

    monarchy

  • Knights replaced by infantry

  • Bubonic plague


Questions

Questions

  • How was military protection central to life in the middle ages?

  • What was the relationship between lords and vassals?

  • Did Feudalism help or hurt Europe?


The end

THE END


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