Order of the Garter

Order of the Garter - Christie Paige The Order of the...

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Christie Paige The Order of the Garter In England a small group of men devoted loyalty to one another in 1344 within the founding of a college named St George, where soldier Edward III began a group known as The Most Noble Order of the Garter. Edward III was known for his revive of King Arthur’s kingly and knightly virtue, bringing back the Round Table, and brotherhood of knights. Showing respect and loyalty in 1344 not only came by action but also by wearing an article of clothing. The group began with twenty-five men whom were boarded in a stall within the chapel. Close living conditions were to help with bonding and protection. The higher the rank, the richer, or the longer a knight had been a member he is allotted the chance to move to a fancier part of the chapel unlike those whom were poor knights. The poor knights were privileged with having a place to stay as well as the camaraderie. With following the values of King Arthur, Edward III being the king started using the
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Boise State.

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