chivalry notes - Chivalry Paul The generic term for the Bro...

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Chivalry - Paul - The generic term for the “Bro Code” or “Knight Code” of the Middle Age time period. Chivalry were the generic rules that one should live by to be honorable. Knight training JAMES - All knights belonged to a noble class and were a part of a military. - Not all soldiers could become knights. - Those who could not afford the equipment, status, or had the wealth would not be able to become a knight. - Only a select few of poor class soldiers could prove themselves worthy on the battlefield in order to become a knight - The first phase of becoming a knight was serving as a page in a lord’s castle. Usually the age for a new page was 7 and were usually the son of a nobleman or another knight. The page would work around the castle while learning horsemanship, archery, and swordsmanship. - The second phase was serving a knight as their squire. Most of the time squires would begin working with knights around the age of 14, but they could have started as early as 10.
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Unformatted text preview: Squire training consisted of strength, fitness, and skill training with various techniques and weapons. The squire would take care of the knight’s horse, clean the stables, polish the knight’s armor, and maintain weaponry. Squires would also learn the rules and regulations a knight must follow and learned to love many classic tales of other noble knight is. - The third phase was the dubbing ceremony, where the squire would be inducted into knighthood. The ceremony consisted of a brief, open-handed blow to the neck followed by a swearing in which the new knight would promise to uphold courage, bravery, skill, and loyalty.-Crusades belong to the most vicious class of warfare. -Brought on advances in Medical Science.-War fought for religion, started by the church<--ironic Many died on this crusade- thirst, hunger, disease the first crusade was successful in th e west -8 crusades were fought. JAMES...
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  • Fall '12
  • Crawford
  • Ode, Middle Ages, First Crusade, Nobility, Knight Code, Knight training

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