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In the feudal system, a vassal was one who owed homage to a superior, whether a king, a lord or simply someone higher than him or her self.
It follows that the description of a vassal differs depending on where the describer sits: to a king all his subjects are vassals (and he may have sub-kings under him, who are also his vassals).

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