How did the parliament in England and the states general in France sit?

The English parliament was fully formed in the 13th century. Thus, England was turned into an estate monarchy. The parliament itself consisted of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. At the same time, the States General were created in 1302 at the initiative of the king and are intended to deal with crisis situations, that is, they were called up temporarily. The states-general had a three-chamber structure, consisting of different estates. However, they did not become a permanent government body and were disbanded in 1789.

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