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Feudal Japan & Feudal Europe
Transcript of Feudal Japan & Feudal Europe
Soldiers were known as Samurai
Military leaders were known as Shoguns
Feudal Europe Landowners were called Lords
In Europe soldiers for protection were called Knights
Knights were Christians
Both the European and Japanese emperor systems developed as a result of a weak central government Most European kings did not have much power , after Charlemagne's death Because strong central governments did not exist, individual landowners were able to gain power in both regions Both lords and daimyo and many peasants working for them. Personal loyalty was greatly valued Bushido Samurai were generous , fearless in battle , and above all , they were loyal to their daimyo, or lord Chivalry
Knights were kind to the weak, loyal to their lord, and courageous Both knights and samurai were expected to be deeply religious Christianity was based on the teachings of Jesus Christ Samurai practiced Buddhism known as Zen Buddhism is based on the teachings of the Buddha Japanese Houses European Castles