peasants

  • 1 peasants — peasants, peasantry The word ‘peasant’ is a typical example of the confusion of the common use of a word with its sociological definition. Probably the common use, in this case, is more correct. People always know whether or not a person is a… …

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  • 2 Peasants —    Throughout late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, society was divided into a number of legal and social classes. Society was ruled by kings and powerful landed nobles and was served by slaves; between the ranks of the great free and the… …

    Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe

  • 3 peasants — ➡ feudalism * * * …

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  • 4 Peasants —    See Farmers …

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  • 5 peasants — peas·ant || peznt n. farmer, agriculturalist; rustic, person who lives in a rural area; hillbilly, ignorant person …

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  • 6 PEASANTS — …

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  • 7 Peasants, Pigs & Astronauts — Studio album by Kula Shaker Released 8 March 1999 Genre …

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  • 8 Peasants, Pigs & Astronauts — Peasants, Pigs Astronauts …

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  • 9 Peasants' Party — or Peasant Party may refer to one of the following political parties:* Croatian Peasant Party (Bosnia and Herzegovina) * Peasant Party (Republic of China) * Croatian Peasant Party and Croatian Democratic Peasants Party * Polish Peasant Party… …

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  • 10 Peasants Front of Indonesia — ( id. Barisan Tani Indonesia) was a peasant mass organization connected to the Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI). BTI was founded November 25 1945. The previous peasant organization of PKI had been the Peasants Union ( Serikat Tani ) formed in… …

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  • 11 Peasants, War of the (1524-25) — • A revolt of the peasants of southern and central Germany Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 12 Peasants' Revolt — Peasants Re|volt, the a protest in 1381 involving large numbers of English ↑peasants, who were angry about unfair social and economic conditions and about high taxes. They formed an unoffical army, led by Wat Tyler, and marched to London, where… …

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  • 13 Peasants and Workers Party — ( el. Κόμμα Αγροτών και Εργαζομένων, KAE) was a political party in Greece. The party was allied with the Party of Democratic Socialism (KODISO), the party contested the 1981 parliamentary election on a joint ticket with KODISO [Clogg, Richard.… …

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  • 14 Peasants' Revolt — n. the first great popular rebellion in English history (1381), caused by the imposition of an unpopular poll tax: it lasted less than a month and failed as a social revolution * * * or Wat Tyler s Rebellion (1381) First great popular rebellion… …

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  • 15 Peasants' Revolt — n. the first great popular rebellion in English history (1381), caused by the imposition of an unpopular poll tax: it lasted less than a month and failed as a social revolution …

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  • 16 Peasants' Revolt — noun Wat Tyler s rising of 1381 • • • Main Entry: ↑peasant …

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  • 17 Peasants' War — noun A popular insurrection in Germany, in 1525 • • • Main Entry: ↑peasant …

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  • 18 Peasants' War — For other conflicts referred to as peasant wars or revolts, see peasant revolt (disambiguation). The Peasants War (in German, Deutscher Bauernkrieg , literally the German Peasants War) was a popular revolt in the Holy Roman Empire in the years… …

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  • 19 Peasants' Revolt — The Peasants Revolt, Tyler’s Rebellion, or the Great Rising of 1381 was one of a number of popular revolts in late medieval Europe and is a major event in the history of England. Tyler s Rebellion was not only the most extreme and widespread… …

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  • 20 Peasants' Party (Romania) — The Peasants Party (Romanian: Partidul Ţărănesc , PŢ ) was a political party in post World War I Romania that espoused a left wing ideology partly connected with Agrarianism and Populism, and aimed to represent the interests of the Romanian… …

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