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Feudalism and Manor Life. Feudalism Governs Knights and Nobles. Nobles had to defend their land from invaders. As a result Noble power grew Although these nobles remained loyal to the king, they ruled their land as independent territories. Knights and Land.

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feudalism governs knights and nobles
Feudalism Governs Knights and Nobles
  • Nobles had to defend their land from invaders.
  • As a result Noble power grew
  • Although these nobles remained loyal to the king, they ruled their land as independent territories.
knights and land
Knights and Land
  • Nobles needed soldiers to protect their lands.
  • Knights were warriors who fought on horseback
  • Peasants worked on the land that the knights protected.
  • Everyone was responsible to the person below and above them.
  • This is known as a Feudal System.
a lord s duties
A Lord’s Duties
  • A lord was responsible to calling for his vassals in times of need.
  • If a lord failed to do what he was supposed to do, his vassal could break all ties with him.
  • Lords build castles to help defend during attacks
a vassal s duties
A Vassal’s Duties
  • A vassal was required to fight when needed
  • Expected to give money to his lord for certain reasons
  • Provide shelter and food when his lord came to visit
  • If a vassal gained enough land, he could also become a lord
feudalism spreads
Feudalism Spreads
  • Feudalism was first created by the Franks
  • As Frankish knights moved they spread the idea of Feudalism around Europe
  • Under William the Conqueror, feudalism spread into England
towns and trade grows
Towns and Trade Grows
  • Europe’s population increased as a result of more food (new technology in food production helped)
  • As the population grew so too did trade.
  • The chance to make more money in trade lead people to leave their farms to go trade in the cities.
  • The growth of trade eventually led to the decline of feudalism.
section 4 feudal societies
Section 4Feudal Societies
  • Japan and Europe had similar feudal systems
  • Lords and Vassals of Europe were similar to the Daimyo of the Islands of Japan
  • Land was given by the King (Europe) and the emperor (Japan)
  • Peasants worked the land to produce food
knights and samurai
Knights and Samurai
  • The land owners needed protection and hired in Japan, samurai and in Europe, knights. Both were responsible to their lord and held at a high standard.
  • The main difference between the two were their religion and their type of armor