What role did the royal power, monasteries and bishops, noble feudal lords play in the development of the city?

At the very beginning, the clergy and nobility were interested in the appearance of urban settlements on their lands, since they brought them great profit. The lords also supported the flight of the peasants to the cities, granting them freedom. However, over time, the cities wanted to get rid of the power of the lords. The ally in such a struggle for the cities was royal power, which, of course, sought to weaken the influence of the feudal lords. Thus, the kings gave the cities charters and other liberties. Ultimately, most of the cities were freed from the influence of the feudal lords.

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