26 December, 00:29
How did feudalism work? Select all that apply
26 December, 02:26
You didn't add any options here but I'll define feudalism for you. Feudalism is a military hierarchy where the ruler offers troops land in exchange for military service. The individual who accepts this offer is called a vassal. The ruler who offered the land is known as the vassal's lord.
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