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Life in the Middle Ages
The Church Medieval Europe: Christianity important Christians show devotion by going to Jerusalem or Rome. Rome: Home of the Pope
Church Devotion Monks: young MEN who devoted their lives to Christianity Nuns: young WOMEN who devoted their lives to Christianity
Monks and Nuns Monastery: where monks lived Convents: where nuns lived
Things Monks and Nuns did…
Feudalism During the 800’s, system of: –Political –Social –Economic
Feudalism Hierarchy 1. Monarch: supreme ruler (king/queen)
Feudalism 2. Lords: Pledge loyalty to monarch and military support if needed -granted an estate -owned land, reived income -collected taxes -maintained order -enforced laws -protected serfs
Feudalism 3. Knights: warriors trained to fight on horseback **Chivalry: code of behavior: -deep faith -ready to die for church -gave to all -stand against injustices
Feudalism 4. Serfs: Farmers
Why a pyramid? Lords
Manor System Four Main Parts: 1.Manor House: Lord’s home and serfs village 2.Farm Land 3.Meadow Land 4.Waste Land
Other things included in the Manor System
Three Field Rotation Field #1: Rye/Wheat Field #2: Oats/Barley Field #3: Open **Rotate to keep soil fertile** After one year, the crops rotate fields.
Women Few Rights Unmarried Women: Had rights Get Married: Give up rights Married Women: No rights Father or Husband: controlled what lady would do in life
Europe After The Fall of Rome And Feudalism and The Manor System
Feudalism & Manor Life World History March12, 2014.
Do Now In your own words, define loyalty Can you think of a situation in which someone’s loyalty to you was very important or when you had to be loyal.
The Collapse of Rome The Western Roman Empire fell in 476 C.E. Eastern Roman Empire remained intact for another 1,000 years (capital = Constantinople).
UNIT 2 – THE MIDDLE AGES FEUDALISM Chapter 13 – European Middle Ages
Medieval Europe (500 – 1500) The Early Middle Ages.
Middle Ages. The Middle Ages: 500 – 1500 The Medieval Period Rise of the Middle Ages Decline of the Roman Empire.
Feudalism Medieval political system where land was grated from Lord to Vassal on the condition that each would fulfill obligations to the other.
Target: At the end of the introduction section to feudalism, I will be able to: Explain why feudalism began in Europe. Identify characteristics of feudalism.
Medieval Europe “The Middle Ages”
Medieval Society Feudalism: A Life of Obligation.
Life in the Middle Ages - Explain the role of serfs in feudalism. - List and describe the different levels of feudalism. - Explain the purpose of the craft.
Bell Work 12/3/2014 Make sure you have finished your vocabulary builder. Answer in 3 or more complete sentences: What was the relationship between Charles.
The Middle Ages. Feudalism and the Manor System: Chapter 14 Section 1 The Middle Ages are the years between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance.
Review Jeopardy Key Terms and Such Noble, Knight, or Serf The CrusadesThe Black DeathEverything Else
Standard and E.Q.: SSWH7 The student will analyze European medieval society with regard to culture, politics, society, and economics. a. Explain the manorial.
Feudalism Medieval Europe / Landowning / Loyalty/ knights In (800s) Shift from Kings to Nobles Landowning Nobles governed and Protect People In Return.
Life in the Middle Ages tayci.tripod.com. The Church Most people were Christian in medieval Europe Most people were Christian in medieval Europe Some.
The Medieval Period.
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