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The estate of most feudal lords was called a manor. The manor was a large agricultural property worked by peasants who lived on it, usually in a hamlet or village. It might have had a number of features, including a manor house, for the lord and his family, workshops, barns, woodland, pasture, fields, and often a church.

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Q: What is a feudal lord's estate?
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