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Transcript of Manor Life
Lords became rich because of the peasants working
Lords protected peasants
Most peasants were born and died without stepping foot outside the manor. 1 out of 3 children lived to be 1 year old. Children were ignored. Life expectancy of a woman was 24 years old. They married at 12 years old, males married at 14. People who lived to be 40 looked like they were 80 years old.
How did the Manoralism system work?
What is manorialism exactly?
Running the Manor
Country people lived there
Few goods were imported from the outside
Had public village feasts around Christmastime, harvest, etc.
Lord lived there with his family
Manorialism: Life on a Manor
Due: Tuesday, March 11th, 2014
By: Maddie Felix, Matt Fasick, Alaira Kish, Laura Cole and Ashton Craycraft
What did it consist of?
The Building Itself
Our 3 Questions
Looked like castles
Only wealthy Lords and their servants/workers lived there
Extensive land or grounds
Had gardens and/or stables
Protected by a high wall and/or a moat
Usually the center of the community
1.Who lived in a manor?
2.What did the manor provide for the community?
3.What did the manors look like? What was included in the grounds and land of a manor?
Bonus:Who was the Reeve and what was their job?
Manorialism- a social system in which peasents worked on a lord's land and supplied him with food in exchange for his protection of them
The People Who Lived There
Reeve (Overseer of the manor)
Questions or Comments?
Hope you liked it!