GANSHOF FEUDALISMO PDF

Es propio de los estados nacidos como consecuencia de las particiones del imperio carolingio. Los malogrados Joseph Calmette y Marc Bloch han preferido al termino feudalismo la expresin sociedad feudal. Esta distincin, si se generalizara, tendra la ventaja de poder limitar el uso de la palabra feudalismo a los casos en que deba admitirse la otra acepcin de la misma. De acuerdo con esta segunda acepcin, puede definirse el feudalismo como un conjunto de instituciones que crean y rigen obligaciones de obediencia y servicio, principalmente militar, por parte de un hombre libre, llamado vasallo, hacia un hombre libre llamado seor, y obligaciones de proteccin y sostenimiento por parte del seor respecto del vasallo, dndose el caso de que la obligacin de sostenimiento tuviera la mayora de las veces como efecto la concesin , por parte del seor al vasallo de un bien llamado feudo.

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Recommends it for: Fans of the Middle Ages Recommended to Elia Princess of Starfall by: UCD Shelves: flawless-history , good-not-great , history-textbook , kings-and-queens , medieval-france , mediaeval-spain , middle-ages , non-fiction , religion-is-messed-up , violence-and-gore We all know about the archaic and old-fashioned concept of medieval feudalism, am I right?

With its wealthy and controlling monarchs, belligerent and deceitful nobles and its many, many overworked, underpaid and desperately poor peasants? With its unbreakable code of obligation and servitude on behalf of the vassal; of protection and defence on behalf of the lord?

Where land, rank and titles were the be all and end all of medieval life and were how one climbed up the social ladder? Lets begin! We all know about the archaic and old-fashioned concept of medieval feudalism, am I right? Feudalism dominated the Middle Ages from around to and was the social and economic structure that knitted together the various factions of medieval life be they monarch, priest, merchant, noble or peasant.

Land was of fundamental importance to the Middle Ages; through it an individual could gain wealth, security, power, political influence and the ability to raise armed forces. Feudalism, at its most basic level, concerned the holding of land and the obligations that one undertook to defend and maintain it.

Land is power and power is everything especially in the violent and ruthless Middle Ages. At the top of the feudal pyramid sits the king and it is he owns all the land. However, in return for oaths of homage and military assistance, the king rewards his loyal followers with grants of land and titles. However, the king is still the true owner of the land or fief; the nobleman to whom he gave it to is now a tenant-in-chief.

If he were to rebel the king would declare him a traitor, seize his land and give it to a better nobleman. The nobleman, now tenant-in-chief, would further subdivide his land and bequeath it too his knights and followers, insuring their loyalty to him. On and on it would go until the peasantry themselves received small parcels of land from however was above them in rank.

This book goes into detail about the legal intricacies of the feudal order, while describing in detail how feudalism arose out of the chaos of the Carolingian Empire and permeated the social, political and economical structure of Europe. The author gives lengthy and intense monologues about fiefs and vassals, oaths of homage and military assistance, the hereditary titles that came and went with certain fiefs and how feudalism operated on different and contrasting scales in opposing countries.

The writing is dry and rather lifeless and the endless legal ramifications of feudalism would, I suspect, drive most individuals mad with boredom and despair.

This is heavy going stuff but the author knows what he is talking about and if you can wade through the drab, dull writing style and understand the various ins-and-outs of the feudal order then you may find this interesting.

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Recommends it for: Fans of the Middle Ages Recommended to Elia Princess of Starfall by: UCD Shelves: flawless-history , good-not-great , history-textbook , kings-and-queens , medieval-france , mediaeval-spain , middle-ages , non-fiction , religion-is-messed-up , violence-and-gore We all know about the archaic and old-fashioned concept of medieval feudalism, am I right? With its wealthy and controlling monarchs, belligerent and deceitful nobles and its many, many overworked, underpaid and desperately poor peasants? With its unbreakable code of obligation and servitude on behalf of the vassal; of protection and defence on behalf of the lord? Where land, rank and titles were the be all and end all of medieval life and were how one climbed up the social ladder? Lets begin! We all know about the archaic and old-fashioned concept of medieval feudalism, am I right? Feudalism dominated the Middle Ages from around to and was the social and economic structure that knitted together the various factions of medieval life be they monarch, priest, merchant, noble or peasant.

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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. This was done at a formal and symbolic ceremony called a commendation ceremonywhich was composed of the two-part act of homage and oath of fealty. Using whatever equipment the vassal could obtain by virtue of the revenues from the fief, the vassal was responsible to answer calls to military service on behalf of the lord. The idea of feudalism was unknown and the system it describes was not conceived of as a formal political system by the people living in the Medieval Period. There is no commonly accepted modern definition of feudalism, at least among ganwhof.

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