What was England Like in The 1000's? Correct Version- Don't use the other one!

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  • What was England like in the 1000's?
    • Society
      • The population of England was between 1.7 and 2 million.
      • 90% of the people lived in the countryside
      • There was a three tiered social structure of Nobles, Freeman, and Srfs. All three classes, were subject to the kings authority.
    • Law
      • It was the duty of the King to take care of law and order.
      • The King held overall authority. He relied on advisors to help him Govern.
      • The punishment such as capital punishment increased.
    • Crime
      • The church was concerned with giving those who had committed crimes the oppertunityto save their souls.
        • Society
          • The population of England was between 1.7 and 2 million.
          • 90% of the people lived in the countryside
          • There was a three tiered social structure of Nobles, Freeman, and Srfs. All three classes, were subject to the kings authority.
      • Actions that threatened the social structure were closed as crimes- for example, a Serf starting a fight with a Noble or treason.

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