Feudalism

Feudalism, or the Feudal system, that system which prevailed in Europe during the Middle Ages and in England from the Norman Conquest, by which vassals held their lands from the lord-superior on condition of military service when required, for “the extreme unction day” of which see Carlyle's “French Revolution,” vol. i. Bk. 4.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fetichism * Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
Ferrari, Paolo
Ferrier, David
Ferrier, James Frederick
Ferrier, Susan Edmonston
Ferrol
Ferry, Jules François Camille
Fesch, Joseph
Festus
Festus, Sextus Pompeius
Fetichism
Feudalism
Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
Feuerbach, Paul Johann Anselm von
Feuillans
Féuillet, Octave
Fez
Fezzan
Fiars
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb
Fichtelgebirge
Ficino, Marsilio