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A Medieval Knight - Primary Sources

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Alice Gibbins

on 10 September 2012

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Primary and Secondary Sources A Medieval Knight Geoffrey Chaucer A Knights Tale Guy, a Knight Letter from a Knight during the Crusades This image is an engraving that dates back to 1513. This piece is by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer and it is called Knight, Death and the Devil. This artefact is a French mirror case. It is carved from ivory and dates to the 14th century. Its called "the assault and surrender of the castle of love. It depicts the knights, the gateway to the castle and the allegorical (a hidden meaning) figure of love. The 19th century illustration depicts an armoured knight and his horse, dressed in a similar fashion to how a medieval knight would have been. He appears to be leading his horse home towards a castle after a long battle. This is a secondary source.
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