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Transcript of Medieval Knights
courtesy, generosity, valor, and cleverness in arms.
Also to be respectful to women. Chivalry arose from an idealized German custom. Warrior code in battle Moral system that stated: All nights should protect those who can't protect themselves. STEPS OF KNIGHTHOOD 1) The Right Connections i) Any free man
iii)Nobles or wealthy families 5) To fend off injustice from the poor. English-Chivalrie
These both mean horsemanship or knight 2) Upbringing i)Learning good manners
ii)Understanding the role of a knight
iii)To play games with wooden swords/shields 3)The Page i) 8 years old sent to a Nobles dwelling
ii)Learn from elders
iii)Religion,manners,riding,hunting,strategic games, etc
iv)Assisted the Lord and Ladies 4) The Squire i) Servant to a knight
ii) 14 years old
iii) Chivalry, learn about weapons, horsemanship and life in the castle
iv) Became a knight at 21 years old 5) The Knight i) "Knighted" by a local knight or if lucky a greater Noble or the King
ii) Then became a knight Videos Medieval Europe: Knights Sites Videos Texts Pictures 1) http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-knights/index.htm 1) abiblicalmarriage.com 2) http://www.mysticsaint.info/2009/11/path-of-spiritual-chivalry-way-of.html 3) lacsknights.pbworks.com Medieval Knights 2) dictionary.com 3) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chivalry 4)http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/middle-ages-knights.htm