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In mediæval England and Anglo-Norman Ireland, a knight's fee. also sometimes called scutage, was the amount of money and/or military service a fief was required to pay to support one knight. Under the feudal system, land was exchanged for military service, thus knight's fees were used to describe the value of land. A fief could provide either the service of a knight, or an equivalent amount of money to allow a lord to hire a knight. More information...
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