Why did feudalism develop after the fall of the Roman Empire People of Western

Why did feudalism develop after the fall of the roman

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Why did feudalism develop after the fall of the Roman Empire?People of Western Europe needed protection from invading threats with control. Therefore kings thought that if they invent a system that allows their citizens have what they want with a substantial servitude to whoever grants them with their possessions then they would be protected. This allowed cooperation and security from lower class in order to defend the upper class territory and maintain the work needed for national affairs. Feudalism also allowed for personal relationships to eliminate central authority, with authority measured by the deeds one must do to prove loyalty to their lord. Unit 10: Early Middle AgesWhy was the Magna Carta an important step in the political evolution of England in the Middle Ages?Magna Carta was an important step in the political evolution of England in the Middle Ages because it allowed for every man to have the civil rights they needed for protection. This alsoeliminated the king’s abuse of power and their idea of their superiority above the law. This benefited the citizens because it enforced that kings could not charge lump sum amounts of taxes, it allowed free men to be placed on trial before conviction ensuring that they have a fair attempt to prove their innocence, voided permission to arrest people without a warrant, and ensured that officials could not place underqualified people as representatives of the office. The Magna Carta was the foundation in which constitutions are built on, reating equal rights for all citizens regardless of economic status that is needed to ensure the happiness of everyone. What was Scholasticism?Scholasticism was an educational revolution which developed a method of critical thinking by teaching the academics of philosophy, theology, and the writings of the Church. This education
revolution was brought by Muslim learning gathered during crusaded as well as from monasteries. Unit 11: Medieval RussiaHow did the Mongols affect the development of Russia?Mongols affected Russia because they isolated Russia from Europe, forcing them to pay them taxes and pledge their allegiance to them. Russians did not take part of the Renaissance Era due to this isolation by the Mongols. By the 1400s Mongols were fighting amongst themselves giving Russia an opportunity to intervene and regain control of their state. The small cities began to work together to create Moscow eventually freeing themselves from the Mongol reign. How did Muscovite Russia compare with other European states of the period?Russia was a multiethnic empire larger than any other empire in the modern world. In addition they had a expansive amount of continuous land versus any other empire. However, unlike their European counterparts, they did not take place in the renaissance or reformation eras.

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