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Manorial Vs. Feudalism
Transcript of Manorial Vs. Feudalism
The Manorial System
The dominant social system in Medieval Europe in which the king was the top, the lords were under the king, in turn knights and commoners along with serfs (everyone) worked for the lords.
Similarities between the Feudal and Manorial Systems
Feudalism is a much broader system with political and social as well as economical government.
Manorialism involves more of the economical development and is significantly different from Feudalism.
Land could not be taken away from a serf (vassal) but it could happen to fiefs (feudal system)
Differences between Feudal and Manorial Systems-->
Manorialism vs. Feudalism
The Feudal System
three-field manorial system
Manorial system includes:
Relationship between the lords and the laborers
Lords depend on vassal armies for protection and vassals receive land/food in return.
The Feudal and Manorial System both refer to the landholding system that make up most of Europe's social systems.
Both organizations rely on serfs for food and any agricultural products, and the lord is in charge of the serfs