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Unformatted text preview: 2. Custom hampered lord. G. Chivalry (“cheval”) III. Manorialism-different from feudalism, manors existed before feudalism, manorialism a modern term A. Lord of the manor B. Exchange IV. England and France A. England controlled by Saxons in South, Celts in fringes, Danes in North B. William the Conqueror created the most unified kingdom in Europe C. Relationship to France V. France A. Starts out as small area around Paris B. Challenges English claims C. Weakened King John forced to accept Magna Carta from English barons 1. Doc. 8.6, p. 196 2. Barons have rights 3. Fount of English liberties? VI. Germany A. Otto the Great (936-73) holds eastern and middle kingdom B. Links to papacy...
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- Spring '08
- Feudalism, western European continent, Exchange D. Vassal, Magyars B. Better, Manorialism External threats