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which of the following describes the rights and legal standing of a european villein?

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1.White slavery

enslaved. On the European continent under feudalism, there were various forms of status applying to people (such as serf, bordar, villein, vagabond and slave)

2.Yeoman

re-organized the House of Commons into counties and boroughs, with voting rights granted to all freeholders. The Act of 1430 restricted voting rights to those

3.Gentry

between the ecclesiastical hierarchy, nobles i.e. the tenants in chivalry (counts, barons, knights, esquires, franklins) and the ignobles, the villeins, citizens

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