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 Übersetzung für 'feudal system' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a feudal system | feudal systems
SYNO feudalism | feudal system
hist.
feudal system
Lehnswesen {n}
hist.
feudal system
Lehnssystem {n}
hist.
feudal system
Feudalsystem {n}
hist.
feudal system
Lehenswesen {n} [Rsv.]
sociol.
feudal system
Feudalwesen {n}
4 Wörter
hist.
system of feudal tenure
Lehnswesen {n}
Teiltreffer
feudal {adj}feudal
48
feudal {adj}Feudal-
5
pol.
feudal absolutism
feudaler Absolutismus {m}
hist.sociol.
feudal times {pl}
Feudalzeit {f}
hist.
feudal lord
Lehnsherr {m}
hist.
feudal court
Lehenhof {m} [Lehengericht]
hist.law
feudal law
Lehnrecht {n}
hist.sociol.
late feudal {adj}
spätfeudal
hist.law
feudal property
Feudalbesitz {m}
hist.
feudal law
Lehnsrecht {n}
hist.law
feudal bond
Lehnsverband {m}
hist.
feudal suzerainty
Oberlehnshoheit {f}
law
feudal tenure
Lehensbesitz {m}
hist.law
feudal rights
Feudalrechte {pl}
hist.law
feudal property
Feudaleigentum {n}
hist.
feudal services
Hand- und Spanndienste {pl} [für den Feudalherren]
hist.
feudal pyramid
Lehnspyramide {f}
hist.
feudal order
Feudalordnung {f}
hist.pol.
feudal state
Feudalstaat {m}
hist.
feudal tenure
Lehen {n}
26 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Adam Serwer regarded "A Song of Ice and Fire" as "more a story of politics than one of heroism, a story about humanity wrestling with its baser obsessions than fulfilling its glorious potential", where the emergent power struggle stems from the feudal system's repression and not from the fight between good and evil.
  • This was most clearly seen in the feudal system, where a lord was expected to enter combat armored and on horseback and bring with him an entourage of lightly armed peasants on foot.
  • The Meiji Restoration of 1868 brought about the end of the feudal system, and with it the wealthy "daimyō" as sponsors.
  • In the 16th and 17th century, the feudal system began to break down, and more prosperous farmers began to enclose their own land and improve their yields to sell the surplus crops for a profit.
  • After the collapse of the Japanese feudal system in 1868 the founders of the modern disciplines borrowed from the theory and the practice of classical disciplines as they had studied or practiced.

  • Beginning in 1907, the feudal system, in which all land is held in fief, was gradually replaced with the issuance of individual deeds to land.
  • ... The same period was also marked by the migration and settlement of Christian Albanians to parts of Central Greece and the Peloponnese, a group that eventually become known as the Arvanites) managed to retain some privileges and Islamization was slow, mostly among the Albanians or the estate owners who were integrated into the Ottoman feudal system.
  • Under the Normans Southern Italy was united as one region and started a feudal system of land ownership in which the Normans were made lords of the land while peasants performed all the work on the land.
  • Under the feudal system, most land in England was cultivated in common fields, where peasants were allocated strips of arable land that were used to support the needs of the local village or manor.
  • The conquest of Sardinia by the Kingdom of Aragon meant the introduction of the feudal system throughout Sardinia.

  • Despite their wealth they had little power in the feudal system dominated by the rural land owners, and across Europe began to advocate for their own privileges and powers.
  • Assuming the office in 1770, he had a controversial career during which land title disputes and factional conflict slowed the initial attempts to populate and develop the island under a feudal system.
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