Feudalism: Establishing order

Feudalism: Establishing order

Feudalism: Establishing order Todays Learning Target: I am able to define and explain the purpose of the political and economic system called feudalism. Rome Fell Reasons: Social problems: pay heavy taxes Succession of power (when a emperor died no system in place to pick a new leader)

Territory too large Spirit of citizenship (people didnt take pride in calling themselves Roman) Weak Frontiers As Rome fell, Middle Ages began! As Rome fell life became dangerous in Europe: Attacks from

barbarians Wikipedia.org A picture of Feudalism: http://www.sbceo.k12.ca.us/~vms/carlton/Medieval/medievaltext4.html Hierarchy: Lord: Ruler/ Powerful land owner

Knights: Armed warriors (pledged loyalty for protection) Peasants/ lords land Serfs: (not free to leave) worked the Charlemagnes Empire Just (listen) Rome

fell People felt unsafe Strong Group call the Franks took over lead by Charlemagne! Christianity Education Scholarship What were Charlemagnes greatest accomplishments: (2.2 Right Side ?) Charlie

unified Christian Lands into one Empire Pope Leo III blessed him and gave him the title: Holy Roman Emperor 800 C.E. Why was there a need for order after the death of Charlemagne in 814? (2.2 second Question) New

leaders didnt protect the empire Europe was threatened by: Muslims Magyars Vikings Monarchs During Feudal times: 2.4

Front: Monarchs kept order and supplied protection to their vassals. Back: William the Conqueror: After his victory at the battle of Hastings in 1066, William brought the ideal of feudalism to England. (for Franklin: Harold (England) control eye) Willie won! Chaos aaha, feudalism

Lords and Ladies/ What were their responsibilities? 2.5 Front: Lords managed and defended their manors (like judges) 2.5 Front: Fought for their own lords in times of war appointed officials Back:

Women: raised children oversaw the house hold! Knights/ Responsibilities: Front 2.6: Knights mounted soldiers, were supposed to Loyal Protect (helpless)

Fair Back: Chivalry rules expected to live by: Ride Sing Fight a horse

Peasants During Feudal Times: 2.7 Front: Most peasants worked at raising crops/ livestock Peasants paid taxes to the lords. Back: Peasants worked in the fields, care for families, and homes On to the castles.

This is the an idea of what you and your groups castle should look like! Castle Rubric:

A report detailing your castle, the purpose of feudalism, and examples of hierarchy (minimum 1 page) 3 Towers (minimum) Arrow slits (video clip) Moat Draw Bridge Place for serfs to live Define these terms somewhere in your castle:

Barbarian Fief Manor Divine right of kings Noble Duke Chivalry Cited Sources http://www.sbceo.k12.ca.us/~vms/carlton/

Medieval/medievaltext4.html http://www.wikipedia.org All images are cited above (collected for educational resources only!)

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