Explain the territorial division during the medieval peroid

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By and large, the medieval era or archaic time is isolated into three periods: the Early Middle Ages, the High Middle Ages, and the Late Middle Ages. They split their territory among Lords who ran singular houses. Their work was to keep a military that was at the ruler's administration. In the event that they didn't have a military, now and then they would pay the ruler a duty all things considered. The rulers claimed everything on their property including the workers, harvests, and town. 
The Middle Ages was the period between the fifth and fifteenth hundreds of years, beginning at the breakdown of the Roman Empire. This time can be parted into three principle areas: The Early Middle Ages, High Middle Ages, and Late Middle Ages.


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