What Did Medieval Kings Do?

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Medieval kings ran the government, formulating policy, which was executed by ministers and other government officials. The kings had power over their subjects and could pardon crimes or promote hierarchy in the church. Medieval kings centralized their power by building military forces instead of relying on noblemen to supply soldiers.
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