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Feudalism and Manorialism
Invaders Attack western Europe
How did geography play a role in ending Viking attacks in Europe?
The warming trend in Europe's climate made farming and settlement easier in scandinavia
This would mean fewer scandinavias adopted the sea-faring (Traveling by sea) life of warriors
The Magyars took captives rather than settling land. What advantages did this approach have?
They took captive slaves rather then settling
This allowed them to keep their nomadic lifestyle
Also mens they had less territory they had to defend during their invasions
What happened as Viking invasions declined?
Europe became the target of assaults
What did the viking travel on during their invasions?
They would travel on long ships
Some of. the ships may have had a animal head on it such as a dragon or a snake
They held 300 warriors who would then take turns rowing the ships 72 oras
The ship may weigh up to 20 tans when fully loaded
When did the invasions happen?
They lasted from 793 AD and lasted to 1066
The invasions would destroy the Carolingian empire
The vikings were also traders, farmers and explores
What did they trade?
They bought goods and materials such as Sliver, silk, spices, wine, and pottery
In return they sold items like, honey, tin, wheat, wool, wood, iron, fur, leather, fish
Manors: The Economic Side of Feudalism
Was the distinction between serfs and slaves important?
Serfs were provided with housing, farmland, and protection from bandits. Serfs weren't free people.
In return they worked for the lord, such as tending the land, farming the animals, and other tasks to maintain the estate.
Slaves just worked for the landowner and got food from him. Slaves were also sold and bought.
The distinction between serfs and slaves was somewhat important. The main difference between the two was that serfs were more independent than slaves.
They both weren't free and had to put in hard work to make a living.
How did religion support the feudal system?
They believed that God determined a person's place in society.
Serfs accepted their lot in life as a part of the Church's teachings.
Who or what were peasants?
Peasants were the poorest people in this era and lived in the country or small villages.
Serfs were part of this group but were the poorest of the peasant class.
The serfs and peasants raised or produced nearly everything that they and the lord needed for daily life. This includes, crops, milk and cheese, fuel, cloth, leather goods, and lumber.
They worked on a manor, which was the lord's estate. There was a system called the manor system and had a set of rights.
What was the Manor System?
The manor system was the basic economic arrangement.
A system of landholding in which a feudal lord lived in and operated a country home(manor). The purpose of this system was to organize society and to create agricultural goods.
New Social Order Feudalism
In what way might a lord alse be a vassal
In exchange for protection and other services. A lord or a landowner granted land which is called a fief.
The person receiving a Fief was called a vassal.
A lord would be called a vassal because they would need protection and other things so they would grant people land in exchange which would make them a vassal.
How did Feudalism compare to the Aryan caste system
Both the Feudalism and the Aryan caste system had the same number of social classe.
Feudalism social class were Kings, Lords, Knights and Peasents.
The Aryan caste system social classed were Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishya and Shudras.
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What they looked like
Some of the jewelry they would bring back