Manorialism By: Eva Lewis, Sarah Warren, and NickiCiavarella.
What is Manorialism? • System between lords and laborers • Decreased cultural diffusion • Lords give land and protection to peasants • Peasants work for lords
Serfs • Lived until about 35 • Bound to land • Need permission to leave. • Were not free • Harsh conditions • Received land for doing work • Payments due to the lord • Christmas • Easter
Manors • Self sufficient • Economic foundation of Feudalism • Usually included a village and its surrounding land • Ruled by a lords
The Reciprocal Obligations of Manorialism • Peasants paid lord dues for in turn for land. • The lord provided protection for peasants.