In Japan, merchants were not as well regarded, peasant farmers were more highly regarded and women were exacted to be stronger.
what is feudalism
Land was exchanged for military service and obligations.
well politacaly it was the higher nobles gave land to leeser nobles for loyalty and protection. social charateristics are the pyramid with freeman or pesants at the bottom nex…t up is knights then lord then kings (note: lords sometimes have more power than kings!)
The both had a decentralized government.
The medieval period is Europe was characterised by a form of social organisation known as "feudalism." This was a complex system of rights and obligations, under which land wa…s held in return for service to the landowner. Under feudalism, medieval society formed a pyramid, with the King at the top. The King theoretically owned all the land in the country, parcelling it out to the lords, in exchange for (mainly military) support. As well as the land, the lord obtained rights to control its use and enforce the law within its boundaries. In turn, the lords delegated land to their subordinates, in exchange for the subordinates' promised service to the lord, and so on, until the level of the peasants, who actually worked the land. Typically, the peasant tenant's rent obligations involved working on the lord's demesne and/or giving part of their crop to the lord, with further obligation to fight for the lord when required. After the drastic fall in population due to the Black Death, money rents came to replace work on the lord's demesne. The Norman conquest he 1066 invasion was the most significant factor in shaping the development of British feudalism. However, even in those areas where Norman power was strongest - the agriculturally productive South and East - the distinctions between royalty and barons and knights were not very sharp until the end of the 16th century. In the North and West, older patterns of social relations tended to persist to some degree until the 16th century. In these areas, the basis of power was not rooted not so much in power over the distribution of land but in control of a kin goup.1 Lords Feudal lordship was hereditary, with feudal rights and duties passing automatically to the eldest son on the lord's death. A lord was tied to his subordinates, and vice versa, through ties that might extend across several generations. A lord must be closely involved with his people. He lived in the territory which he held or risked losing it. An essential feature of the feudal system was that political and economic
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Well basically there is only one that I know of right now..... If you don't trust me to bad for you! I am in a honors social studies class and i am the smartest out of everyon…e ANSWER: A characteristic of European Feudalism was land in exchange for military services
FEUDALISM; POWERFUL NOBLES GRANTED LAND TO LESSER NOBLES IN EXCHANGE FOR LOYALTY AND MILITARY SERVICE. MANORIALISM; A LORD AND SEVERAL FAMILIES SHARED THE LAND OF THE M…ANOR, PEASANTS FARMED 2/3 OF THE LAND, PROVIDED SERVICES AND PAID TAXES
European feudalism emerged when the Roman empire fell during the 5th century. During the 10th century, it was in France and Germany that the first elements of feudalism ap…peared.
Both were almost exactly the same. You must understand that Feudalism is really just a lord giving land to his nobles for military aid and loyalty. Both nations used the same …system. Also both had small petty kingdoms that experienced constant warfare, as each noble ran his fief, or land, as a small nation. Also, Feudalism was also present in several other countries, including China. Today, some countries still use feudalism.
European feudalism is a peasant or a serf that becomes a slave for a noble to get protection from them. Answer 2 Feudalism is a convergent social mechanism, where the owners…hip of land or production becomes concentrated in few hands. In the long run, you have a few folk living the good life, with the many providing it, and themselves living poorly. These conditions still prevail in many countries today. In one of the worst forms, the debts fo a Father have to be repaid by his sons/grandsons, accumulating interest all the time. The wealthier folk tend to protect their patch, and choose a king, whose word is THE LAW. In England, the Barons considered that King John was taking too much of their share, and staged a rebellion, and the Magna Carta was the result. Which addressed the 'problems' of the Barons, but in fact didn't give a lot to the folk at the bottom. Eventually, wiser heads prevailed, and the concept of universal rights arose. New Zealand even took this so far as to allow women full voting rights, and allowed similar privelege to the native peoples as well. This 'white-anting' is now widespread. 3rd Answer Feudalism is a rather poorly defined term that means different things to different people. It is applied to economic and political systems of reciprocal obligation, in which power is distributed in exchange for support. Narrowly defined, it is an economic system used in the 9th through 15th centuries in Europe, by larger countries with weak central governments, as a way of distributing power through successive levels of authority in exchange for support. Its advantage was that it meant small, sudden problems, such as Viking raids, could be dealt with without having to mobilize a national military. They way it operated was that a monarch provided land and power to great lords who gave him support in return; the higher lords gave land and power to lesser lords, who in turn supported them. The support was primarily military. Broadly defined, feudalism is nearly equated with manorialism, in which a landlord gave homes, land to farm, and protection to peasants who worked the land, but on a scale that had implications at the national level. Some countries that operated this way had strong central governments and so were not strictly feudal according to the above narrow definition. England of the 14th century is one example, the small kingdoms in Spain being others. The term feudalism is extended to include any system that is similar to either of the above, such as in Japan, and so on. There is a link below to an article on feudalism.
How did the collapse of central authority in the European world led to a new political system known as feudalism?
Feudalism emerged as a result of the decentralization of the European empire. This was a system for structuring society around relationships derived from the holding of land i…n exchange of service or labour.
What were the political characteristics that had to be considered in forming and maintaining the European Union?
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In Middle Ages
Feudalism was the main political system in the middle ages because when William the Conqueror of Normandy conquered England, he established feudalism, there, the idea spread.