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The Manorial System. Bell Ringer : What is a Manor, and looking at the word, What do you suspect the word Feudalism means?. What is the Manorial System?. Feudalism: Europeans ruled by independent leaders (local lords) Leaders shaped the social and political structure of the Middle Ages.

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the manorial system

The Manorial System

Bell Ringer: What is a Manor, and looking at the word, What do you suspect the word Feudalism means?

what is the manorial system
What is the Manorial System?
  • Feudalism: Europeans ruled by independent leaders (local lords)
  • Leaders shaped the social and political structure of the Middle Ages.
  • Manorialism shaped the economy.
peasant life
Peasant Life
  • Life was difficult: spent doing hours of backbreaking work.
  • Peasants were called Serfs.
  • They could not leave the land without the Lord’s permission.
  • Meals were bread and lentils.
  • Life Expectancy was short: due to disease, starvation, and warfare.
nobles lifestyle
Nobles’ Lifestyle
  • Lord’s lived in castles. Castles were built into hills or landforms, and usually had a moat for protection.
  • Main Area of castle was a Keep. A tower that contained storage rooms, workshops, and the living quarters.
  • Marriage was a means for advancement.
chivalry
Chivalry

Stage 1:Boy has to belong

to the noble class. At age 11,

boys serve as a Knight’s

Attendant. They would learn

manners, about weapons,

and their care.

  • Code of conduct.
  • Was a system of rules that dictated knights’ behaviors towards others.
  • To become a Knight there was a strict process to follow.
  • Knights were required to be heroic, but only courteous to those in the same class.

Stage 2:

Boy becomes a squire. Squire

takes care of the horses,

armor,

weapons. Once ready

Squire would

accompany the Knight to battle.

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