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What is a system of trading loyalties for protection in the middle ages called?

i think it is called a grant


What is subinfeudation?

The feudal system was based on permanent heritable land grants in exchange for services. At its origin these services were military services, so the crown (the ultimate landowner) granted large tracts of land to nobles and in exchange the nobles pledged to provide so many knights or footsoldiers in case of war. Those great nobles could grant part of that land to lesser nobles in exchange for a promise of lesser military support, and these in turn made smaller grants until at some point there was a grant to a person (called the freeholder) who actually farmed or lived on the land, and had to provide simple services such as a certain number of days' labour or a certain quantity of grain. These lesser relationships between one who granted land and one who provided services, nested within each other like Russian dolls, were called subinfeudation.


What responsibilities did lords have in the feudal system?

It was the lord's responsibility to manage and defend his land and the people who worked it. :DThe nobility had a responsibility to their king and to make sure that the money or crops from their manor/estate reached the king. They also owed the king time as a knight and were required to attend training a certain number of days each month. If there was a war they were required to fight. As individual estate owners they had the responsibility to see that the estate ran well and that any problems that arose were taken care of by them. They were to oversee the growing to the crops, harvest, and rents. To grant permission to marry to the tenants on their estates.


How did feudalism work in Europe?

The feudal system was meant to help organize things for people (to help people). How it worked: What happened was that the king was at the top, and then the nobles were given land that was split up so they couldn't start a rebellion and the nobles gave their land to lots of knights which gave thier land to lots of peasants which farmed the land and paid taxes. The knights fought, and the king gave the noble more land so that he was richer. More land=richer you are! This kind of system was based on kept promises. If some promises were not kept, the entire system fails. For example, if a king gives 12 lords land to have in return for service, the lord promises to give the king knights to protect him. But if only 6 lords keep the promise, then the king isn't as well-protected and therefore has a chance to die.


Did vassal grant land by lord?

Lords owned land, which they did not grant to their vassals, but they did grant the right to live and work on that land as tenants.

Related questions

In the feudal system who did nobles grant the use of farmland to?

Vassals


In the feudal system the person who made a grant of land to another person?

lord


In feudal system The person who made a grant of land to another person?

a lord


What is a system of trading loyalties for protection in the middle ages called?

i think it is called a grant


Who did the spanish monarch grant haciendas?

The Spanish king or queen granted haciendas to the viceroys they placed in control of various parts of their empire that they had during their span of power in the New World (1521-1898). They also granted haciendas to other nobles of the quasi-feudal system that existed such as grandees, hidalgos, and other small classes that existed within the Spanish feudal system, which was very unique to the French/English one and very similar to the Portuguese one.


Political system that grants nobels use of land?

During the Middle Ages , it was common for Nobles to grant use of land in exchange for goods. Feudalism is the name for this political system.


What is subinfeudation?

The feudal system was based on permanent heritable land grants in exchange for services. At its origin these services were military services, so the crown (the ultimate landowner) granted large tracts of land to nobles and in exchange the nobles pledged to provide so many knights or footsoldiers in case of war. Those great nobles could grant part of that land to lesser nobles in exchange for a promise of lesser military support, and these in turn made smaller grants until at some point there was a grant to a person (called the freeholder) who actually farmed or lived on the land, and had to provide simple services such as a certain number of days' labour or a certain quantity of grain. These lesser relationships between one who granted land and one who provided services, nested within each other like Russian dolls, were called subinfeudation.


How did kings from the medieval time get knights?

Kings in the medieval period typically obtained knights through a feudal system. They would grant land to nobles, known as vassals, who in turn would provide military service and knights to the king. Knights were often born into noble families and trained from a young age to become skilled warriors.


What is a small feudal community called?

The feudal term for a small community, a grant of land, was a fief or fiefdom, ruled by a vassal.Related words from the same Latin root (fidelitas) are "fee" (a payment) and "fealty" (loyalty to a ruler).


Who set up the colony of South Carolina?

it was set up by eight english nobles who received a grant from the king for the land- audrey:)


Describe the development of the prazo system in the zambezi valley in the 16th and17th centuries?

The Prazo system, which began in the early 1500's, was a semi-feudal Portuguese land grant system which was designed to force Portuguese colonists to settle on African lands. The Prazos operated as a fusion of Portuguese and African traditions to create estates which were tied to the Portuguese crown.


Can I receive a grant to replace air condition and heating system ?

can I recieve a grant to replace air consitioner and heating system ?