Political and state structure of the countries of the European Middle Ages in the V-XII centuries

Political and state structure of the countries of the European Middle Ages in the V-XII centuries. (central, local and judicial authorities, army and church)

Supreme, central authority Kings, emperors, dynastic power is inherited
Local authority Dukes, Earls, Princes
Judicial branch Top and local leaders with community participation
Military establishment Rulers’ squads, militias and mercenaries
Church Christian church led by the pope

 

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