A knights tale - Harolda hero to the surviving english(pg 249 o Lost his crown and his live at hastings but in part because his army was exhausted

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Harold—a hero to the surviving english (pg. 249) o Lost his crown and his live at hastings, but in part because his army was exhausted. William the conqueror—his invading Battle of Hastings Bayeux tapestry Serfs—not slaves in a legal sense, their degraded status, their limited or nonexistent access to public courts of law, and their enormous dependency on their lords left them in a situation similar to that of those Carolingian slaves who settled on individual farmsteads in the ninth century. Serfdom—each year, peasants had to hand over to their lords certain fixed portions to their meager harvests Demesne—reserve of the lord, the produce of which went directly to him for his use or sale Eavesdrop—roofs were often so low that village gossips would lift up an eave to listen in on their neighbors Three-field system Knight Chivalry Feudalism—the main social and political structure of the Middle ages… rigid class distinctions o
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course HIST 208 taught by Professor Wamagatta during the Spring '08 term at Biola University.

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A knights tale - Harolda hero to the surviving english(pg 249 o Lost his crown and his live at hastings but in part because his army was exhausted

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