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23 February, 15:54

Which list represents the sequence of social positions in the feudal hierarchy (starting from the uppermost tier) ?

a. knight, lord, clergy, serf

b. king, lord, clergy, knight, serf

c. king, clergy, knight, lord

d. lord, serf, knight, king, clergy

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  1. 23 February, 16:40
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    The sequence of the feudal hierarchy that starts from the uppermost tier are the king / monarch, knights/vassals, barons/nobles, and villagers/peasants/serfs. The king would rule the whole kingdom, the barons or nobles would lease the lands from the king. The barons were the second most wealthiest in the kingdom. The knights were the ones who received the leased lands for their service to the crown. The villeins/serfs were given land by the knights in return for growing crops and supplying food to the and services, such as cleaning and working, to their superiors. They were the poorest in the land. So, from the answer choices given, the correct answer is B, king, lord, clergy, knight, and serf.
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