Definition of Manorial. Meaning of Manorial. Synonyms of Manorial

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Definition of Manorial

Manorial
Manorial Ma*no"ri*al, a. Of or pertaining to a manor. `` Manorial claims.' --Paley.

Meaning of Manorial from wikipedia

- Manorialism or seignorialism was an organising principle of rural economies which vested legal and economic power in a lord of the manor. If the core...
- The manorial courts were the lowest courts of law in England during the feudal period. They had a civil jurisdiction limited both in subject matter and...
- England, referred to the landholder of a rural estate. The lord enjo**** manorial rights (the rights to establish and occupy a manor on part of the estate)...
- Manorial waste refers to manorial land under English land law which was neither let to tenants nor did it form part of demesne lands. Typically, this...
- system; within its great hall were held the lord's manorial courts, communal meals with manorial tenants and great banquets. The term is today loosely...
- A manorial roll or court roll is the roll or record kept of the activities of a manorial court, in particular containing entries relating to the rents...
- the clergy, and the peasantry, all of whom were bound by a system of manorialism; this is sometimes referred to as a "feudal society". Since the publication...
- The Manorial Society of Great Britain Limited is a private limited company (by Guarantee) and incorporated on 30 December 1996. It has a membership of...
- both "cattle" and "money". European feudalism had its roots in the Roman manorial system (in which workers were compensated with protection while living...
- derives from Old English bere (barley) and ton (enclosure). The system of manorial land tenure, broadly termed feudalism, was conceived in France, but was...
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