the economic and political system of medieval Europe in which people exchanged loyalty and labor for a lords protection.
Monarchs maintain control of their kingdoms, and few had enough wealth to keep their own armies. They had to rely on their vassals, especially nobles, to provide enough king hats and soldiers.
The jobs that the lords and ladies do in feudal society is, ran their estates, sat as judges in manor courts, and sent their knights to serve in war.
During the first stage of training, a page sent most of their time with the ladies of the castle and was expected to help them in every way possible. After about seven years of being a page, a young boy became a squire. During this part of training, he spent most of his time with the knight who was his lord. They got knighted and it was a very religious moment.
The daily life of serfs revolved around work. Most of them raised crops and tended livestock. They worked in the fields when needed, they also took care of their children, their homes, and livestock.