All of the following represent innovations in land use in the Middle Ages except
the shared property of monastic communities
the open fields of manorial villages
the three-field system
the ownership by individuals of small farms
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D. during the Middle Ages almost all of the land was owned by the king and individuals worked his land and received a small pay and fraction of the harvest.
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Which of the following describes the rights and legal standing of a European villein?
They could farm a plot of land for a landlord, but they didn't own it.
They were forced to give up all of their labor, but they received food from the landlord.
They could buy land from a landlord, but they had to provide the lord with military service.
They were forced to sell all of their land to the landlord, but their house was provided for them.
Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
Which of the following individuals would likely have had the LEAST power in the medieval hierarchy?
the daughter of a nobleman
the wife of a villein
the second son of a vassal
the priest of a small manor
Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
Which best describes the relationship between the Church and feudal states?
The Church and the states worked together well with little conflict.
The Church and the states constantly struggled for supreme power.
The states had sole control over the people and the Church's power was ceremonial.
The states had little power and made no decisions without the Church's input.
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5) wife of a villein
6) The states had little power and made no decisions without the Church's input.
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