Socio-economic processes in Europe in the Middle Ages (IX century)

End of the Early Middle Ages (IX century):
• Feudalism is a social – economic formation in which the landowner, the feudal lord, exploits dependent peasants.
• Feud – land ownership awarded for service, consisting of:
1) domain – the land of the master,
2) peasant allotments, for the use of which the peasants performed corvee – work on the master’s land and paid quitrent – products or money.
• Feudal lord in his possession:
1) managed, appointed the elder;
2) collected taxes for the benefit of the treasury;
3) carried out by the court.

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