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  Fiefdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The fief was granted to the vassal, but remained in the ownership of the liege lord.
Fiefs that possessed cultivated arable land were divided into three large fields and farmed by the three-field system of agriculture.
Fief lands eventually gave way to the village concept towards the end of the medieval age.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fief   (361 words)

  
 Fiefdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Under the system of feudalism, a fiefdom, fief, feud or fee, consisted of heritable lands or revenue-producing property granted by a liege lord in return for a vassal knight's service— usually fealty, military service, or security.
Fiefs, typically 1000 to 2000+ acres (4 to 8 km²), consisted of housing structures, barns, and gardens.
The fief commonly had arable land, meadows, pastures (the commons), fishponds, and forests.
www.bonneylake.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Fiefs   (407 words)

  
 Fiefdom Information - TextSheet.com
Under the system of feudalism, a fiefdom, fief, feud or fee, was heritable lands or revenue-producing property granted by a liege lord in return for a vassal knight's service (usually fealty, military service, and security).
Fiefs, typically 1000 to 2000+ acres, consisted of housing structures, barns, and gardens.
Fief lands eventually gave way to the village concept toward the end mediveal age.
www.medbuster.com /encyclopedia/f/fi/fiefdom.html   (342 words)

  
 feudalism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The feudal method of holding land was by fief; the grantor of the fief was the suzerain, or overlord, and the recipient was the vassal.
The fief was formally acquired following the ceremony of homage, in which the vassal, kneeling before the overlord, put his hands in those of the lord and declared himself his man, and the overlord bound himself by kissing the vassal and raising him to his feet.
With the advent of hereditary succession and primogeniture, renewal of the fief by the heir of the deceased became customary, and little by little the fief became hereditary.
www.bartleby.com /65/fe/feudalis.html   (1511 words)

  
 Feudal System, An Overview of Feudalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Certain vassals who held their fiefs directly from the crown were tenants in chief and formed the most important feudal group, the barons.
A fief held by tenants of these tenants in chief was called an arriere-fief, and, when the king summoned the whole feudal host, he was said to summon the ban et arriere-ban.
The rules of inheritance tended to safeguard an undivided fief and preferred the eldest among the sons (primogeniture).
history-world.org /feudalism.htm   (1234 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ecclesiastical Tenure
Fiefs bestowed by the Church on vassals were called active fiefs; when churchmen themselves undertook obligations to a suzerain, the fiefs were called passive.
It was as passive fiefs that many bishoprics, abbacies, and prelacies, as to their temporalities, were held of kings in the medieval period, and the power thereby acquired by secular princes over elections to ecclesiastical dignities led to the bitter strife over investitures.
These passive fiefs were conferred by the suzerain investing the newly-elected churchman with crozier and ring at the time of his making homage, but the employment of these symbols of spiritual power gradually paved the way to exorbitant claims on the part of the secular overlords (see INVESTITURES, CONFLICT OF).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/14512c.htm   (625 words)

  
 ninemsn Encarta - Feudalism
These military relationships of the 8th and 9th centuries are sometimes described as Carolingian feudalism, but they lack some of the essential features of classical feudalism, which developed in and after the 10th century.
It was only towards the year 1000 that the term fief began to be used instead of benefice, and the change of term reflected a change in the institution.
Now the estate given a vassal was commonly understood to be hereditary, provided the vassal's heir was satisfactory to the lord, and provided he paid an inheritance tax called a relief.
au.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761568817/Feudalism.html   (563 words)

  
 fief --  Encyclopædia Britannica
It normally consisted of land to which a number of unfree peasants were attached; the land was supposed to be sufficient to support the vassal and to secure his knight service for the lord.
A fief held by tenants of these tenants in chief was called...
When the lords returned to their fiefs, they were required to leave their wives and families in Edo.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9034194?tocId=9034194   (719 words)

  
 Medieval DBA Campaign
Fiefs can either be drawn as territories on a map, or as nodes with interconnecting routes like in the standard DBA campaign.
A fief is only friendly if the player owning it is not at war with the leader of the army, and agrees to be friendly.
A detachment may besiege a fief if no enemy army or detachment is present, and the number of elements in the detachment is at least double the fortress strength of the fief.
www.armory.com /~fathom/dba/medieval.html   (4157 words)

  
 Feudal Lords rules
Fiefs adjacent to the ocean are considered coastal fiefs.
Permission to move through a fief is given if the fief is a vassal, subvassal, or overlord of the army's fief, or if they are both vassals of the same overlord, or if the fief owes a favor to the army's fief (which then uses the favor owed to permit movement).
Your movement ends in the last fief you move to, or the last legal fief (if you try to move to a non- adjacent fief), or in any fief on your route for which you don't have permission to move through.
www.flyingbuffalo.com /flrules.htm   (8431 words)

  
 RIGHT OF KINGS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A coastal fief is adjacent to the Sea Area(s) indicated by the borders.
On the year that the non-player fief unswears, the non-player fief's former overlord, the overlord of their former overlord, and their former fellow vassals may all move freely through that fief without using a favor.
Fiefs may not conduct trade of any sort, give favors, swear fealty or support each other on campaign.  This order may not be rescinded once given.
www.abgames.com /flrok/RoKRules.html   (12590 words)

  
 Recruit In Current Fief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
There is one way you can recruit in a fief you own that speaks a different language than you, but has a Loyalty value of 7 or greater, you can recruit in that fief.
You can recruit more than once in a season but after you recruit in one fief, there are no men left to hire, so you must move two fiefs in some direction before trying again (recruit, use 4 days, get 300 men, move 2 fiefs, recruit, get 250 men in another 6 days etc).
Someone else, even you if you move and come back, can recruit in a fief a second time in a season, but the second time someone recruits there the number of men obtained is lower and the time taken is longer, each time.
www.hyw.com /hywdocs/RECRUIT_.HTM   (601 words)

  
 The Ancient Fief of Winchester
If this is true, the fief seems to be generally cut off from the politics of the rest of the clan in Britain, although Dee is rumoured to visit the fief on rare occasions.
The Fief of Winchester is a major center of Thaumaturgical research for the Tremere and is one of the reasons they have fought Mithras and the Ventrue for control of Britian.
The first theory explored by the Tremere in the fief was that a 3rd or even 2nd generation Kindred was in torpor within the fief.
www.moglit.demon.co.uk /rpg/york/misc/winchest.htm   (1513 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Crusades
Each fief had a like tribunal composed of knights and citizens, and in the ports there were police and mercantile courts (see ASSIZES OF JERUSALEM).
Notwithstanding the truce concluded with Saladin, Renaud de Châtillon, a powerful feudatory and lord of the trans-Jordanic region, which included the fief of Montréal, the great castle of Karak, and Aïlet, a port on the Red Sea, sought to divert the enemy's attention by attacking the holy cities of the Mohammedans.
Oarless vessels were brought to Aïlet on the backs of camels in 1182, and a fleet of five galleys traversed the Red Sea for a whole year, ravaging the coasts as far as Aden; a body of knights even attempted to seize Medina.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04543c.htm   (11618 words)

  
 Fief: By Lisa J. Steele
Fief is a sourcebook that examines the Middle Ages from the viewpoint of the ordinary farmer, priest, and landholder — the inhabitants of a feudal manor.
Fief is 100 pages long, and includes details ranging from daily intake of calories to breeds of dogs and horses — all referenced with a huge 1,300+ entry index!
Fief is provided in Adobe's flexible Acrobat format, so it works just as well on Windows and Macintosh platforms.
www222.pair.com /sjohn/fief.htm   (616 words)

  
 "Fief Or Feud, F. De Bursa/De Camera/Francum/Ligium" Defined & Explained
FIEF or FEUD - In its origin, a fief was a district of country allotted to one of the chiefs who invaded the Roman empire as a stipend or reward; with a condition annexed that the possessor should do service faithfully both at home and in the wars, to him by whom it was given.
The law of fiefs supposed that originally all lands belonged to lords, who had had the generosity to abandon them to others, from whom the actual possessors derive their rights upon the sole reservation of certain services more or less onerous as a sign of superiority.
To this superiority was added that which gives the right of dispensing justice, a right which was originally attached to all fiefs and conferred upon those who possessed it, the most eminent part of public power.
www.lectlaw.com /def/f027.htm   (261 words)

  
 Enide
Enide fief is on the most northern of the Known Worlders fiefs.
The fief Llynder was originally a place where it was planned that new auxiliaries would be trained, but since bureaucracy and miles of red tape complicated things Llynder is no longer suitable for such an important task.
Now Ekron fief slowly have started to take the shape the Brotherhood wants, more and more of the auxiliaries already in service are being transfered there for training, and more orphan children have been taken in under the Brotherhoods protecting care.
www.geocities.com /samiloth/Annat/Enide.htm   (593 words)

  
 Caveat Lector » Fiefdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies was a fief, though it died when its lord left it.
And then I’d have to earn tenure—it’s dangerous for the non-tenured to put their whole hearts into a fief, because (have I said this before or something?) fief-building is not published research, and published research is what wins tenure.
Digital-library fiefs are sprouting up all over; there’s at least one here, and plenty more elsewhere.
cavlec.yarinareth.net /archives/2004/03/29/fiefdom   (735 words)

  
 The Chromosomally Encoded Cation Diffusion Facilitator Proteins DmeF and FieF from Wautersia metallidurans CH34 Are ...
Cultures grown in minimal medium for 48 h were diluted 1:100 in fresh medium and cultivated with shaking for 24 h at 30°C. The cultures were inoculated 1:50 into fresh minimal medium with several metal salt concentrations and cultivated for 18 h, after which the optical densities at 600 nm were determined.
Expression of dmeF and fieF is constitutive and is not induced by metals.
Therefore, the dmeF or fieF gene was disrupted in W.
jb.asm.org /cgi/content/full/186/23/8036   (5026 words)

  
 VAMPIRE: The Masquerade: France Geopolitics
As already mentionned, France is divided in Fiefs, territories where the Marquis have a Prince-like authority, under the tutelage of the Prince of Paris and France, François Villon.
This Fief is under the control of the Ventrue, who work hard to use the European Community to free themselves of the influence of Paris.
This Fief is the reunion in the 19th Century of two older Fiefs.
www.augias.org /pbn/geopol.htm   (515 words)

  
 The Fading Suns MUSH
Each farm based fief has a set number of acres, some of which is woods, some cropland and orchards, some pasture and some wasted.
The costs associated with running a non-noble farm fief are slightly different than a noble fief.
There is an associated cost for the faction leader or fief holder, and for the various priests, deacons, canons and novitiates tied to that sect.
fadingsuns.org /economics_frame.html   (1300 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - fief
In the early 11th century, a band of Normans arrived in southern Italy as mercenary soldiers fighting against Muslim Arabs at Salerno.
The first strong king of East Francia was Otto I. Elected in 936, Otto combined extraordinary forcefulness, dignity, and military prowess with great...
Fief : fiefs in Japan and Vietnam: Japan under the Tokugawa Shoguns
encarta.msn.com /fief.html   (114 words)

  
 Medieval Sourcebook: Fief Ceremonies 12th Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
I: Homage and Fealty to the Count of Flanders, AD 1127 [from Galbert de Bruges, Chronicle of the Death of Charles the Good, ed.
Through the whole remaining part of the day those who had been previously enfeoffed by the most pious count Charles, did homage to the count, taking up now again their fiefs and offices and whatever they had before rightfully and legitimately obtained.
Afterward, with a little rod which the count held in his hand, he gave investitures to all who by this agreement had given their security and homage and accompanying oath.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/source/feud-fief1.html   (363 words)

  
 The Council of the Fief of York
As can be seen from the text of the treaty, the original document gives very little power to the Council members, other than the right to an audience with the Prince and to present their advice without fear of retribution.
If any evil should come to pass within the fief as consequence of the Prince delaying a meeting with his Council, then the Council shall be held blameless in the matter.
If the Prince is prevented from attending the Council, and an urgent matter within the fief requires attention, the Council may act for the Prince, always considering his best interests, with the provision that the judgement may be set aside when the Prince returns.
www.moglit.demon.co.uk /rpg/york/misc/council.htm   (1107 words)

  
 Budaq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The fief of Budaq (originally Budacco) had been granted or sold numerous times in its interesting history as a fief.
The Barba family were granted this fief in 1397, following the Gatto family in 1398, Aulesa also in 1398, following the Inguanez in 1408, the Cilia family in 1644, the Fiteni’s in 1646, following the Passalaqua in 1646.
The Barony fief of Budaq (Budacco) was passed within the families of Barba, Gatto, Alesa and Inguanez.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/B/Budaq.htm   (3221 words)

  
 Articles - Feudalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This was done at a formal and symbolic ceremony called a commendation ceremony comprised of the two-part act of homage and oath of fealty.
The lord foremost was obligated to grant a fief or its revenues to the vassal; the fief is the primary reason the vassal chose to enter into the relationship.
The size of fiefs was described in irregular terms quite different from modern area terms; see medieval land terms.
www.gaple.com /articles/Feudalism?mySession=4b318f15b17e35a255552d381b17f431   (2371 words)

  
 Le Fief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Hoildaymakers choose to stay at the Fief because of its comfort and its exceptional water-playground.
Just a short walk to the beaches (400m) at the Fief you will be at home in the water.
The Fief is the ideal place for families, but also for couples and more than that, if the grandparents fancy going on holiday with your children because you may have to work, you can be completely reassured we know how to look after them.
www.franceok.com /mobile_homes/brittany/fief.htm   (123 words)

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