in medieval times, the king, or also known as the monarch, was always at the top of the feudal society. The peasant and serfs were at the bottom. The middle was filled with nobles.
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In the feudal system the most powerful person was the monarch.
The most important person in the everyday life of the peasants would probably have been the reeve, who supervised their daily work and reported to the manor lord.
the lord held absolute power over the feifs and manors
Depending on time and place, the most important person in the Middle Ages was the pope, the patriarch of Constantinople, or a monarch such as a king or emperor.
Some people may think its the King but.... its not. its actually the Pope.
Within each region the Lord of the Manor would be the primary leader. They too however is beholden to those of higher rank, not to mention the Monarchy (King, Queen) of the country.
The reigning Monarch.
Feudalism started in the 9th century, during the Medieval Era. It was very popular, but most nations now are not using a feudal system.
The fresh water source that is important to people depends on the nation. In the United States the most important freshwater source is the Great Lakes system.
The UK does not have a President. Constitutionally the head of state is the monarch who is a hereditary member of the Royal Family. However, the monarch has very few formal powers & stays above party politics.So, in practice, the most important person in the British political system is the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is for the most part synonymous w/ the President
INDRA was the most important god of Aryans
In the feudal system the most powerful person was the monarch. The most important person in the everyday life of the peasants would probably have been the reeve, who supervised their daily work and reported to the manor lord.
the feudal system was sustained by the rights and privileges given to the upper classes and in most cases enacted by laws
because he got stuff from people giving him more power
No. The king was the most important figure in the feudal system. He owned all the land in england and infeudated (rent in return for certain things such as military service) to his barons who infeudated it to knights and so on and so forth until the peasants. Therefore the priests and the church actually did not own any land at all making them less powerful if anything than prior to the Battle of Hastings. However King William had vowed to reform the church of England (hence gaining the papal banner to invade england with). Regardless of wether they gained or lost power, the church and priests were definitely not the most powerful people in the feudal system.
During the middle ages most societies operated under some form of feudal system.
Yes, Bishops were in charge of the church. Since most people went to church in Feudal times, you could consider a bishop important.
The feudal system gave the most power to the monarch or king. They were at the top of the feudal hierarchy and had control over vast amounts of land, resources, and people. The king granted land and privileges to the nobles in exchange for their loyalty and military service.
The feudal system is a political system that was prevalent in Europe in between the eighth and fourteenth centuries. Most of the agricultural society was largely supported by the feudal system social hierarchy. In the feudal system, most of the rights and privileges were given to the Upper classes. In this hierarchical structure, the kings occupied the topmost position, followed by barons, bishops, knights and villains or peasants.
They all served the same KING!
the circulatory system can be affected by something happening to something important in it such as the heart.that is one of the most important things in the circulatory system.