What did knights often do on behalf of lords?
In return, the knights promised to fight on the king's behalf.
lords payed knights to protect them in their castle. In return the lord gave knights protection and land. Knights in class wise were lower than lords. lords are nothing close to being knights. Lords Had more land than knights.
the lords give the knights power
The knights and the lords were related because the lords rented lands to their hired knights in exchange for protection.
Yes, they often did and had families. Many knights were sons of lords and expected to produce an heir. Some knights took vows of chastity, but this was not common.
The lords provided knights with food & land.
What are the differences in the daily lives and responsibilities of lords ladies knights and peasants?
Lords had to watch over the peasants, ladies had to cook and clean, knights had to protect the lords and peasants had to work for the lords.
Knights got their equipment from their lords.
knights got their equipment from their lords.
The knights promised to fight for the land.
Lords surely did benefit from feudal system, as for knights they had to prove themselves worthy to earn land and thus become lords.
That who recruited them, often kings or lords, sometimes as mercenaries some times as full time elite soldier.
its king lords knights peasants and serfs
1. People got protection from knights 2. Lords got protection from knights in exchange for money 3. Knights got money from lords in exchange for protection
to protect the lords they served and to fight for the serfs that served the lords
It's hard to pinpoint a narrow anthropological definition of the feudalism system, so for the purpose of this question I'm going to assume you mean the classic definition of the feudalism system, which was in effect in Europe during the Middle Ages. In my opinion, the knights did depend on the lords, but the lords also depended on the knights; it was a mutually beneficial relationship. The knights were given the task of fighting for… Read More
well for what i know the lords respected the knights but they were above them in the heirarchy. Knights were respected by all even the king and queen because they were the ones who went to fight for them. hope this helps
the king gave the lords more land as the lords added more knights to the kings army
Knights often worked for lords of castles, but sometimes they had their own castles. A knight would go out to bloody wars where if he was not killed, probably one of his comrades was. They earned about two shillings a day. Some knights had their own mini-armies called mercenaries, and lords could pay them to fight for the lord.
Knights were the most important part of the kings army. Lords also had knights.
A knight was very valuable to a lord because knights had to follow a set of rules called chivalry which said that knights had to support their lords in battle no matter what and had to obey their lords. In return, the lords gave knights land where peasants farmed and they had to pay the knight that owned the land. But at the same time, knights also had to pay their lord.
Knights usually slept in nice beds in the lords manor or estate
The Samurai of the East (Orient) were the same as the Knights of the West (Occident). Both Knights and Samurai were armored fighting men that fought for their Kings/Lords. Whatever disputes those Kings or Lords had within their kingdoms, their Knights/Samurai did their fighting for them.
Kings, Lords, mercenary leaders.
They were asked to protect them. <3....
What role did monarchs and lords and ladies and knights and peasants play in the Feudal system and what did they do to contribute to the system?
They were to keep an eye out for the king. The lords and ladies hired knights and gave money to the king when needed.
Sons of lords or knights, trained from young age to become elite soldiers.
knights answered to the lords and faught in battle for them and the king. they also were given land.
Most knights were lords of manors. The manorial system was designed to provide for knights without having to pay them money. They got manors from the king, and owed the king support in return. As lords of manors, they often spent time managing or improving their holdings. They had professional support from stewards and reeves to do this, but some knights were quite personally involved in their manors. Since they had manors, they were able… Read More
the serfs (or peasents) provided food for the lords. the lords, got their protection and land from the knights and kings. the knights, got food from the lords, and in return they protected them. they also protected the king, who is in charge of everything. hope that helped! your welcome
monarchs then lords then knights then peasents Added Detail: As far as I can recall from the sleepy days of history class, the above answer is correct but for more detail: The Monarchs own large stretches of land. They then lease(?) this land off to lords. The lords own the castles. Then under them are the knights and peasants. The peasants are the ones that slave away in the field to produce food etc. The… Read More
no its the house of lords
Lords = masters, rulers, aristocrats, peerage, knights, leaders, monarchs, potentates, princes, sovereigns, or superiors.
Knights were retainers who swore fealty to their lords. The lords took care of their material needs, and were expected to come to the Lord's defense. As nationalism began to supersede feudalism, knights became self-employed freelances. Some formed mercenary companies.
The king would give the lords more land while the lords added more knights to the kings army.
their all from medieval times
Knights were sons of their lords whose life-time duty eventually was to serve and fight for them in whatever circumstance.
The lord gave the knights a little peice of land and a serf to run it. Camra 12years
A lesser lord is bound in service to not only the King but also to the greater lords. The lesser lords are serve by the knights who are their subordinates.
Short Answer: Lords. Long Answer: Kings would give lords land in exchange for something (usually military assistance). The lords would then give some of this land to knights, who would provide the lord with military service. If the knight had enough land, he could give land to other knights in exchange for military service, and thereby the first knight would own his own fief.
Knights could hire mercenaries to replace them or pay their lord to do so, according to custom. So could other members of the nobility, although underage lords were generally exempt. Knights who were too old or infirm were very often exempt from warfare and did not have to hire a replacement. Of course, a lot depended on local laws.
Knights served the feudal lords and dukes and eventually the king.
the monarch is at the top then its the lords the knights then the serfs or peasants
The knights lived in castles with their lords (kings).
They were usually lords, nobles, or knights
Peasants worked for knights, who worked for lords.
king, nobles/lords, knights, peasants, serf
They played as protection towards the lords
The code of knights is called Chivalry. Chivalry is defined as being noble, truthful- and trustworthy on your behalf. If Knights backed down from their word, they'll be dishonored. The Knights of the round table followed this code.