What are peasants who lived and worked on a lord's land?
They lived in small houses (cruck houses) they rented from landlords and worked in fields close to a manor home or castle
A noble or a lord.
They were called slaves and peasents ( rustici for Peasent and Serf for Slave in latin )
They didn't need anything. They were free men.
By the 16th century this had begun to change and some peasants did still work the land, but there were more people doing other things and who owned businesses.
Working was the repayment; they had to give a certain amount of their annual produce, called a tithe, to their lord. Many were also required to give military service where nec…essary for the defense of the land (including defense against invasion of the country as a whole) or as part of that lord's tithe to his own lord.
they got a part of the land to live on
it is because they might try to run away and they might build their own bigger armies and they can protest against the government and they might try to run away because they d…on't want their job and they don't want to be slaves and yahh that's it. hope i helped!
A peasant sometimes freeman.
The family of the noble, but everyone else was to work to support the estate.
A peasant was a poor farmer. Nearly all of them worked the land. There were names for kinds of peasants, including yeomen, franklins, serfs, cottars, bordars, villeins, and sl…aves. There is a link below to an article on serfdom.
A peasant, also known as a baron could be free from their Lord's manor by escaping from the manor and going wthout being seen or caught. But they had to be unseen or uncaught …for one year and one day, after that they were free to do whatever they wanted to. hope this helped!
What do you call a lord's hold in feudal times which includes his home and the homes and farms of his peasants on his land?