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In the feudal system during and after the Middle Ages, a "knight" was the level below the nobility, who were the level below the king. A "vassal" was granted the use of land in exchange for fealty to a noble or knight. The noblemen directly under the king were called the "barrens" (from which the title baronderives).

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A lord that is noble.

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