Feuadlism By emily schmutte


Feudalism was the social system in the Middle Ages. It classified people on a pyramid called the Feudal pyramid.

This is the feudal pyramid.


A manor was the land that the people lived on. This group of people included, kings, queens, knights, lords, noblemen, and peasants.

Why are society groups interdependent?

Well, all of the society groups depend on each other. He king depends on the Lords to run his manor. The peasants depend on the nights for protection. The knights depend on the noblemen and lords to give them food. Everyone also depends on the peasants to gather food.

How does the feudal system affect polItics?

The feudal system affects politics because the monarchy has all power. Everything goes by what they say and laws are very flexible. If a noble and a servent did the same thing, they could be punished very differently. Politics in the Middle Ages were very different fro, how they are in modern times.

How does the feudal system affect social structure?

The feudal system plays a big part in social structure. This is because peasants wouldn't talk to nobles. Also, it would be strange for a king to marry a peasant. Finally, the feudal system affects social structure because poorer people are always stuck in their social classes. They rarely can change social classes.

How does the feudal system effect the economy?

Since everyone normally stayed in their society group for their life, economy did not change very often. Economy can only change when everything else changes. Sudden changes in economy could have been caused if there were droughts, famines, and if too many serfs became knights. This frustrated many people.

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