How did the vassals in the Middle Ages?

Vassals were based on the results of a vassal oath or oath. Interestingly, the indirect vassal in Europe was not obliged to obey. For example, if the baron was the vassal of the duke, he was not obliged to obey the king. In Japan, the princes (Daima) were vassals of the village, and their vassals were samurai, who often did not have land, but received buckles from the owner, the city could also be vassals.

Vassal states appeared, the first case was registered, probably in 1115 – Lord Onfrua I de Toron became Vassal Prince Galilee.

For example, the Platagenets dynasty founded the Vassal of the French King – Heinrich II (Count Anjo region).

In Russia, from 1452 to 1681, there was a vassal Casimovskoye Khanate, his capital was Casimov’s city in the Ryazan region. At the Ottoman Empire from 1478 to 1774, Wassal was the Crimean Khanate.

Vassal could be in the results of the war, for example, the Russian principalities were vassals of the Golden Horde.

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