WEEK 5 TERMS--Feudalism_Manorialism

WEEK 5 TERMS--Feudalism_Manorialism - EUH 2001 Terms and...

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EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 5:: “Heaven forbid that we should betray our lord”: Feudalism I. Vassalage in Context Vassalage, benefice Comitatus II. Benefice ( beneficium ) A. Benefice + Vassalage = new warfare Knights Fief B. Ceremonial feudalism Auxilium Consilium Kiss of peace C. Feudalism expands subinfeudation III. Rise of the Lord-Kings A. Saxon— Otto I (936-976) B. Frankish— Hugh Capet (r. 987-996) Æ Capetians C. Anglo-Saxon— Alfred the Great (r. 871-899), king of Wessex D. How did these lords become kings? 1. Law Charter of Aethelred, 995 Hundred Courts, Shire Courts Shires, counties Shire-reeve Chancery, writs Streamline inheritance Juvenes 2. Economy Tribal hidage, hide Scutage, “shield money” Farm 3. Military / Security Construction Bridges, burghs Castles Toponymics Motte-and-bailey IV. Castle Society Æ Basis of Power Æ Wm of Normandy (d. 1087) A. Story of Conquest Edward the Confessor Harold Godwinson
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Harold Hardrada Wm of Normandy A-S / Norman Conflict
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