Middle Ages Manor
The peasants and serfs did the physical labor at the manor.
Like vassals, peasants also worked for protection
They had to farm to get food, and in exchange for the food, the vassals gave them a small piece of land and protection.
Buildings of the Manor
There was blacksmiths, churches, mills, and housing for the vassals, peasants, and lords.
The knights were given a fief from the lord in exchange for protection. Then they become vassals by giving peasants jobs and vacancy in their fief.
The nobles were second in charge, they were given a big piece of land and hired many soldiers for protection. The lord (they're the same thing) gave knights a job and land in exchange for protection.
Since the nobles were the richest in their land, they looked really different.
Their clothes, homes, and food intakes were luxury compared to the knights and peasants.
The Kings and Queens
Although the kings and queens were the richest in their whole kingdom, they had little to no power.
Medieval Europe: Feudalism