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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.
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