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Thailand in the 15th-18th cent

.... The peasant could use this land freely as long as he was cultivating it. .... Although they failed in making Malacca a vassal state, Ayutthaya continued to control ....

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European Feudalism

.... you had a lord, usually the landowner, with tenants working his land and relieving .... system was a strong bond between the feudal lord and feudal vassal, a bond ....

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feudalism

.... The problem of break down the land weakens the strength of the territory and reduces effectiveness. The vassal being the selected soldiers in which the lords ....

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Changing economies

.... of superiority, there was only one way to maintain land and that was to hire out serfs who were peasants that farmed the land and protected their noble vassal. ....

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Feudal Europe

.... fighters was expensive, the lord could not create his armed force without the obligation of the vassal to supply armed men, or without granting land to knights ....

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Feudalism

.... A fief not only helped the vassal by giving him land and protection, but it also helped the lord by all the loyalties he received and it also gave him ....

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Feudalism

.... Although Charlemagne believed the only way to control his land is by throwing his .... The lowest serf paid homage to his vassal, who paid allegiance to his Lord ....

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The Black Death

.... The land was granted by an overlord when the vassal, the person receiving the land would have to take an oath of fealty promising to forever be loyal to the ....

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Feudalism

.... A lord would grant land to another noble in exchange for protection and military services. .... Within the fief, the vassal was the highest authority. ....

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Beowulf2

.... In reward for the vassal's honor, his lord would grant him his protection and land. This land is stated in our text to be a "benefice" (222). ....

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Knights

.... The land that the knight receives from his lord and the military service and homage .... A vassal is someone who receives the feudal lands from a lord, which are ....

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Assyrian Empire

.... had been like raids; undertaken to obtain booty, settle disputes over land and water .... the main Assyrian provinces, the King often appointed a vassal ruler from ....

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Samurai vs Knight

.... complete loyalty to their Daimyo (feudal landowners) they received land and position in .... However, in Europe the relationship between lord and vassal was a legal ....

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Tracing Chivalry Through Knighthood

.... The few rich land owners became magnets for young men looking to make something of .... This lord- vassal relationship is the basis to the idea of loyalty which is ....

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Afghanistan: Conquerable but Uncontainable

.... To others, Afghanistan was a land with people of a farming nature in hostile .... In 329 BC, however, Afghanistan"tms time as a Persian vassal state was concluded ....

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hitler

.... A lord would grant land to another noble in exchange for protection and military services. .... Within the fief, the vassal was the highest authority. ....

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Feudalism began between the 8th and 9th centuries. It was first ...

.... A lord would grant land to another noble in exchange for protection and military services. .... Within the fief, the vassal was the highest authority. ....

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feudalism

.... Majesty would grant land to another noble in exchange for protection and military services. .... Within the fief, the vassal was the highest authority. ....

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Feudalism

.... The lord provided the vassal land while the vassal would in return give loyalty and service. .... The vassal would control his lord's land simply. ....

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Castles

.... A castle helped the king or vassal defend the land where the castle stood. It also provided a home for the monarch or noble's family and servants. ....

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Feudalism: Europe vs. Japan

.... This system kept on going down as the vassal gave up some his land to a lower vassal and so on. .... In return for the land, the vassal had to do many things. ....

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William The Conqueror

.... swore allegiance to William, thus establishing the example that a vassal's loyalty to the .... by exacting oaths of allegiance from all tenants on the land, as well ....

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feudilism

.... The land that a vassal was given was considered to be hereditary, provided that the vassal's conduct and heir were satisfactory. ....

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Epic Poem, Raoul of Cambrai

.... The vassal, in turn received a fief (is in the time feudal law, an estate in land granted by a lord to his vassal on condition of homage and service) and ....

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Enemy at the gates

.... by becoming a general in the army due to his discovery of Vassal. .... being those who owned the means of production, wealth, capital, land, factories, and machines ....

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The Romance of Tristan

.... The knight would have to trust that the lord would return him the land or food .... period in the story King Mark is pleased to hear that his vassal is respecting ....

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Ordinary Peasant in the Tokugawa Period Japan

.... meant that the peasants had a "subservience of vassal to lord, which all lands owned by the lord were in fief to the vassal working the land¢ (Thatcher pp.326 ....

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The First Stanza of The Song Of Roland

.... And this is developed in the rest of the poem as the concept of a good vassal. .... On the next line, the poet refers Spain as the "proud land¢, which is "as far ....

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Land and Feudalism in england

.... feudal relationships. Homage was the oath where the vassal became the man of the lord. Land could even be held without homage. Women ....

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Peasants

.... vassal and the peasants could have to survive on whatever food they had. Peasants were often called 'tenants'. A tenant is someone who works and lives on land, ....

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