Explore Medieval Europe
By Matthew Hinsberger
Role of Feudalism
He owes the lord Military service, ransom money, housing, and food for the lord and knights when they visit. Homage was a vassal's oath of loyalty to the lord in exchange for the land. Then came the Knights which pledge loyalty to a lord in exchange for land. and At the bottom of everyone was a Serf, who was bound to a land, cannot leave and worked on farms with barely enough money to survive.
Role of the Knight
Technology and strategy of feudal warfare
First discovered the longbow which helped a lot in being able to penetrate armor. Had a great impact, and much easier to kill people on horses and on the ground.
Much easier way to be accurate, and a lot faster than a regular bow where you have to pull back and hold it until you get your aim perfect.
A few weapons for close battle
these weapons all had a advantages and disadvantages, with the balls you couldn't stop or you had a good chance of hitting yourself or an alliance soldier, others were good from close but not far.
Catholic churches were a big part in Medieval europe
Problems in Catholic churches
Causes and Effects of Crusades
Limited Constitutional Monarchy
100 Year's War
This little document was a major step in England History. Protecting the rights of people other than serfs. And limiting power that the king had.
During this time a disease called the plague was spreading around, killing about 1/3 of the population. Trade declined and prices rose. about 25 million European's died from this.
This is what a french would look like in this time, after they had done all of their training and were ready for battle.