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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Pope The Noble The Knight The Peasant The Social Classes During The Middle Ages He held the highest position in the social classes, including the king. Hewas very powerful in the church. The king was the most powerful when it cam to every other subject besides religion. Hedecided what punishment someone got if they disobeyed the laws. The King A noble would attend to business mattersthat involved his land.His daily job wasbased on an exchange of landfor military service. Theyfought to protect the churchand lower class people Knights were usually born into a family of knights. Boys who were born into these familieshad a goal of knighthood in their mind. This class is combined with freemen and villeins.The daily life of a peasant was usually hard work that was done on a lord's land. Female peasants worked in the castleof the king. double click to change this title text! ReferencesChurches in the Middle Ages. (1991, January 1). Retrieved December 15, 2014, from Life of a Knight in the Middle Ages. (n.d.). Retrieved December 15, 2014, from as a Noble. (n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2014, from Peasant. (n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2014, from, J. (n.d.). Power Struggles of the Holy Roman Empire: Popes vs. Emperors.Trueman, C. (n.d.). The Lifestyle of Medieval Peasants. Retrieved November 8, 2014, from, L. (2001, January 1). THE NOBLES OF THE MIDDLE AGES. Retrieved November 8, 2014, from The Social Classes of the Middle Ages!
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