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Medieval Europe: Feudalism

Feudalism was a kind of socio-political organisation which arose in medieval Europe and was based on land tenure given by the Lord to the Vassels, who served their masters in varous ways. In other words, feudalism was a part of the feudal society where the subordinate subjects showed loyalty to their Lords and obtained from them a piece of land there by serving their master, in various ways seeking protection from them for their life and property. Read more...

Feudal system

Organisation - extended

Organisation

25 Reasons You’ll Be Glad You Don’t Live In Medieval Times

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