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Lupita Perez

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Feudalism

Feudalism Presentation


A King is a male ruler of a country who usually inherits his position and rules for life!
The kings live in the keep,the safest place in the castle
The kings gives the land to the Lords.

That concludes our presentation thank you for watching our presentation!
Feudalism meansd: A political and economic system of Europe from the 9Th to about the 15Th century!
Def. of Feudalism:
Lords a man of high rank in a feudal society or in one that retains feudal forms and institutions.
Would watch land feed knights give food to king.
Gives food to knights and kings orders knights and kings to do there duties and protect the land.

The Structure of Feudalism:
began with peasants and town people.
Then it goes into the knights,lesser lords.Then the Nobles,and the lords and the last one the king and the Prinses!

Feudalism Presentation
Made by: Erendira Sanchez
& Lupita Perez

Serfs required to render services to a lord, commonly attached to the lord's land and transferred with it from one owner to another a slave.
Would make food for the kings, lords, and knights!


Knights Deffenition:
Knights: A type of man who served his sovereign or lord as a man in heavy armore!

were one of the first men of three who fought during the Middle Eval times! The other two were the
Foot Soilders and the Archers!
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