Baron is a title of honour, often hereditary. The female equivalent is Baroness.
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In Medieval times, a baron was a member of the English nobility. The kings of the
era leased land to barons, and in exchange, the barons had to serve on the ...
Aug 14, 2014 ... The men who leased land from the King were known as Barons, they were
wealthy, powerful and had complete control of the land they leased ...
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Once the baron was granted a fief from the King he became a vassal to the king.
baron's court”), medieval English manorial court, or halimoot, that any lord could
hold for and among his tenants. By the 13th century the steward of the manor, ...
The nobility could be broken down further into the ordinary knights and the
barons. It was the barons in whose hands lay the land, wealth and power of
The Baron Limited Edition Medieval War Sword (Oakeshott Type XIIa). When
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second conflict we call the Barons' War broke out in 1264 and ended in 1267.