abolition of feudalism

50 examples (0.03 sec)
  • This was the abolition of feudalism, which we shall consider in the next chapter. Cited from The Constitutional Development of Japan 1863-1881, by Toyokichi Iyenaga
  • After the latter's fall, however, the Sanseverino were re-instated, holding the town until the abolition of feudalism.
  • The abolition of feudalism meant the loss of these inherent rights but the Family has continued to be renowned in intellectual, diplomatic and political fields.
  • In one night, the ever memorable 4th of August, it decreed the total abolition of feudalism. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume IX, by John Lord
  • With the abolition of feudalism in 1809 began a long series of mayors.
  • In 1812, the town became autonomous after the abolition of feudalism.
  • This practice ceased with the formal abolition of feudalism in the various principalities of early-19th century Italy, last of all in the Papal States.
  • The bishop's seigniory ended in 1797 with the abolition of feudalism.
  • With the abolition of feudalism in 1806, Gerace became district capital.
  • The French also controlled the region in 1806-15, resulting in the abolition of feudalism and the reformation of the justice system.
  • This article is a continuation of French Revolution from the abolition of feudalism to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy.
  • He was in favour of the abolition of feudalism in Sardinia.
  • With the abolition of feudalism in Sicily in 1812, some of these holdings became baronies.
  • Alife started to recover only after the abolition of feudalism in 1806; in 1861 it became part of the newly formed Kingdom of Italy.
  • Subsequently the town was held by the Carafa, whose possessions were also extended in Molise; they held it until the abolition of feudalism in 1806.
  • In the early 19th century the Serbian revolution re-established the country as a region's first constitutional monarchy, which subsequently expanded its territory and pioneered the abolition of feudalism in the Balkans.
  • The domain of the Bishopric ceased only with the abolition of feudalism (1771).
  • The following year the king sold it to the city of Capua, which held it until the abolition of feudalism in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in 1810.
  • In the early 19th century, the Serbian Revolution established the nation-state as the region's first constitutional monarchy, which subsequently expanded its territory and pioneered the abolition of feudalism in the Balkans.
  • Its territory was held by the Del Balzo and Capece Minutolo families until the abolition of feudalism in 1806.
  • Next »