More Website Templates at TemplateMonster/!

z o oz o o人与猪

  • levies,● t300 Gb
  • hat is, of men who3000 Gb
  • served a▓s t25
  • he personal 1000
  • retainers of s1
ome baro▓n

z o oz o o人与猪

  • or overlord,500 Gb
  • and who fought th5000 Gb
  • erefore n▓o l50
  • onger as fre2500
  • emen, fighting2
freely in ?/span>

z o oz o o人与猪

  • 駎heir count800 Gb
  • ry’s wars.Militar8000 Gb
  • y▓ service lo70
  • ng remained 3000
  • personal rath?/span>3
坋r than nat

z o oz o o人与猪

  • ional. CHAPUnlimited
  • TER II THE ARMY ●Unlimited
  • OF THE NOBLES?/span>Unlimited
  • 猅O 1500 WiUnlimited
  • th the● rise Unlimited
of feudalism

z o oz o o人与猪

z o oz o o人与猪

  • arose a f●urther expansion of the princi
  • ple of subdi●vision of command, though in i
  • ts earliest da●ys it degraded fighting
  • to the ▓mere personal prowess of the i▓n
  • dividual, and tactics as an art ▓of war con
  • sequently made little, if any progress▓.Arm
  • ies were built up much as▓ before, and were
  • still in many respects a spe▓cies of milit
  • ia.The knightly tenure was one ▓of personal s
  • ervice for variable periods,—gener▓ally

z o oz o o人与猪

ing at a fixed rate of▓ pay, which was often higher than that of a ●day labourer at home, with the pros●pect of adventure and booty.There seems to have▓ been little difficulty in thus r●aising recruits.The money for this, wh▓ich was paid in advance, was raised f

rom the● royal revenues, crown funds, fines, or parliam●entary grants.These armies we▓re disbanded, therefore, directly the war ▓ceased. It is calculated that this sy▓stem produced a levy of abou▓t 60,000 knights and men-at-a●rms, and the country was15 divided into areas▓ or “knights’ fees,” each of whic●h p

pay, and beyond