Medieval History 1-13
Medieval History 1-13 3110
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By 395, Christianity is the official religion of the Roman Empire 476, Roman Empire splits, end up with Byzantine Empire in the east, and in the west new kingdoms spring up Many Muslims are in Spain and Portugal (AlAndalus) Caliphate of Cordoba, where a lot of academic work is being done Three Orders in Middle Ages First Order monk Monasticism o Monks and nuns Regular clergy vs. Secular clergy o Regular = monks, people who follow rule o Secular = clergy, out in the world St Benedict o Sets up rules for monks Oblation o Given up by your parents to be a monk Second Order knights (12% of society) Feudal tie o Between the elite and people who are more elite Lord and vassal Fief o Name of land that the vassal is given by lord Third Order peasants (95% of population) Peasant vs. Serf o Peasant person who lives on a small plot of land and farms o Serf legal concept, you are not a free peasant but you are not a slave Manorialism/ manor system How did they farm?
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