Feudalism

Byzantine Empire

Structure Of Feudalism

Feudalism was a social system. It existed in Europe. People worked and fought for nobles who gave them protection and land in return. Feudalism developed in the 8th century. It contained a small feudal aristocracy that involved bishops an abbots. They had different classes. All classes of people strongly believed in loyalty.

Manor System

This was the smallest unit government of Feudalism. The medieval version of a relation ship is life on a manor. This occurs between landlords and peasants. Peasent families are required to support knight families. It would take about 30 peasant family just to support one knight family. The relationship just described is the Manorial System.

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How is Feudalism and The Manor System Related?

The Frankish empire is the source of both, Feudalism and the Manorial System.