Villenage

Vil'len·age noun [ See Villanage .] (Feudal Law) Villanage. Blackstone.
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Villenage

• (n.) Villanage.
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villenage

(from the article `Europe, history of`) These forms tended to merge so that over much of western Europe by 1000 the characteristic villager (villein) held a substantial plot in the village ... The main type of unfree tenancy was villenage, initially a modified form of servitude. Whereas the mark of free tenants was that their services ...
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