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Knights

Parent Category: Middle Ages
From the Court of Arthur and the Round Table to Ivanhoe, from fire-breathing Dragons to Damsels in distress, No, not really, The life and times of a Knight during the Middle Ages. It's not so romantic as you have been lead to believe.

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They followed the Knights Code of Chivalry.
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An armorer made armor shields silverware and were sometimes blacksmiths
A knights job is to protects it's peopleANSWER:A knight's job was to protect the interests of the Lord or Ruler he worked for, by any means necessary. Many knights used their power over the serfs and vassals to their own benefit, and many were very cruel and power-hungry. Things eventually got so...
Renaissance nobility was much better educated than medieval nobility. I had this question for homework too! :)
The king and the queen.
Well squires, if they had the money, generally became knights at the age of 21 or older. Being a knight was very expensive, so it depended on how rich his family was.
Well, they both followed strict codes, bushido and chivalry. They both protected themselves with body armor. Samurai and Knights both used lances and swords in the early medieval times. Both their jobs were to protect and serve the lord. -Hope that helped:)
So that they are protected?
Knights started as Pages who learned to ride horses and they did things like clean armor and washed horses for the knights. They also learned manners and how to act polite to people. They started at age 7 and lived with the knight's family. The second step was a squire; they learned how to joust and...
Knights usually pledged themselves or swore fealty to a higher ranking "lord". This placed them at the disposal of that lord. A lord, on the other hand, had to pledge a certain number of knights to the king as a sort of tax. So the matter was left up to the lord. Very few knights were landowners. If...
A medieval knight wore armour to protect them in battle so they didn't get hurt, though chain mail can be pierced so the came up with armour plating to protect the knight further. Thought with all these men in the same looking armour it was hard to tell friend from foe so the began to engrave the...
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Knights fought whoever was a threat to their lord, whether it be rival knights or raging peasants.
it was because they had to let the knights be in battle to kill each other and let them die, because they need to.
The code of conduct fo l l owed by medieval knights. C h i va l ry described the qualities that a knight should have, like respecting the Church, being brave and acting with courtesy. To those had violated the code, death was his punishment.
Training began at the age of six or seven. The boy served as a "Page" for seven years followed by seven years of training as a "Squire" around the age of sixteen, as the boy is starting to develop the body, mentality, strength and abilities of manhood to be put through rigorous training for that...
Yes they did!   The only reason why they did have land is because of the feudal  system. This is where the lord gives land to the barons who give it  to the knights, who then give it to the peasant's in return the  peasent's give food, tax and solders to the knights, then they give  it to the...
1. Early Boyhood2. Page3. Squire4. Knight
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The knight was one of three types of fighting men during the middle ages: Knights, Foot Soldiers, and Archers. The medieval knight was the equivalent of the modern tank. He was covered in multiple layers of armor, and could plow through foot soldiers standing in his way. No single foot soldier or...
well, that depends, considering no one followed it to the letter in the age of chivalry its unlikely people would today. also, to follow the code exactly the person would have to be christian. theoretically, it would be great. realistically, it wouldn't happen
Yes, they often did and had families. Many knights were sons of lords and expected to produce an heir. Some knights took vows of chastity, but this was not common.
Alfred Lord Tennyson was knighted in the year 1840.
They ate beef, mutton, pork and venison. They also ate a great variety of birds, swans, herons, ducks, blackbirds, pigeons and greenfinches. However the church decreed that Wednesday, Friday and Saturday were fast days when people were not allowed to eat meat. Hope this helps :)
In the fall, they would live in the presence of the King
you know normal jousting is done on horse back and people knock each other off with long poles, it is the same but your in pool on rocks and the first guy to fall in the water loses.
They didn't. A young noble boy started at 7-8 years old and got his spurs at 21 when he finished.
A banner... It would often bear his coat-of-arms or heraldry so that friend and foe could identify him in battle
Knights armor was about 50 or 60 pounds. Plus the sword and shield which the sword was, depending on the size, 23 pounds and the shield were about the same amount of weight.
The Knight Templar are the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and of  the Temple of Solomon. The shields of the Knight Templar depict the  symbols of the group.
The nights that are the guarders for the kings caltas
Knights carried spices because they believe that spices are like the medicines today
The roles would be The Royal Family, Knights, Nobles or lords
When Pope Clement V and King Philip of France affected the successful dissolution of the Templars on 13th October 1307ce, many knights escaped and some managed to take refuge in the highlands of Scotland. The Scots were currently embroiled in a struggle for sovereignty and against their neighbours,...
theyll have a feast and the enxt day theyll battle
probably a sword and shield just uncase. he would have armor for him and his horse. he would also have a knife and some more awesome stuff
The leggings of maille armour were usually called "chausses", and  were indeed an armour reserved for wealthier knights initially, but  were considered a lower quality of armour as coats of plates,  brigandine and full plate harnesses gradually came out (with  similar style parts covering the...
You talk to automan in Francis and do all his quests and you have the choice between Warrior And knight
no they were made of straw or down (duck feathers) =)
The rules and customs of medieval knighthood.
""The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon commonly known as the Knights Templar`s. The Knights Templar were the elite fighting force of their day. F.M.O.K.T- Friends and Members of The Order of The Knight Templar´s The Friends and members of the Knight Templars is a...
the Barons gave land to the knights. and the knights gave land to serfs
Well, technically they were. Their Lords paid them with land as long as they were loyal and they continued to protect their lord's land and the people on the land. But money wise, no.
The most numerous, and living the hardest live of all the Medieval peasants, were the villeins. The land they were living on belonged to the feudal lord, they had to pay taxes both to their master and to the Church, and they could not move freely from one domain to another.
Etheridge (Bushie) Knight Sr. and Belzora M. Cozart Knight
Heraldry. They show a Noble's (whether it be knight, lord, Prince or King) family lineage through picture representations of deeds, homeland, profession etc.
If your conviction is before joining its OK. If your a KofC member and your convicted for over one year there is a possibility of suspension. SUSPENSION-FELONY CONVICTION Section 168.6 of the Order's Laws stipulates forfeiture of membership for felony conviction. A felony is generally one where...
A knight represents chivalry by following the chivalry code, and simply taking on the responsibility of being a knight
Knights were under their lords, they went to war for the lords, and in return they were rewarded land, so that they could earn money for their armor and weapons... The knights were religious, and would pay monks to do all their praying for them, which made the church very wealthy, not only...
You would have to ask someone who was there for a definitive answer or ask him yourself but going by christian teaching Jesus treated women with respect and dignity just like he would a man.       == Answer ==      surely jesus was current with social wisdom. at the time,...
Jousting is a game that is played with two knights that are 100yd away from each other, both knights hole a lance ( the pole they are using) and try to knock their opponent off their horse without breaking their tip of their lance. If both lances break and neither knight falls off then their page...
The great hall was usually partitioned to make cubicles used for offices, bedrooms, sitting rooms, and so on. The lord of the castle could use a bedroom in the great hall to sleep in. In some castles, there was a separate apartment for the lord and his family, and they slept in bed chambers there...
Over the centuries knighthood eventually declined to the state they are in now as strictly a title of honor with no real power. The thing that brought about the demise of the knight was technology and this moved in stages. The first stage of decline was the invention of the crossbow and later the...
The first use of horses in warfare occurred over 5000 years ago. In the Middle Ages, horses differed in size, build and breed from the modern horse, and were, on average, smaller. Horses in the Middle Ages were rarely differentiated by breed, but rather by use. This led them to be described, for...
knights in the middle ages did a lot in their leisure time. They would go jousting, attend banquets and practice fighting.
Knights lived in the manor house
There is no real answer to this question as the attire varied in names based on what you wore. Chain mail, leather armor, plate mail, scale mail etc. The best reference that I can come up with is renaissance clothing.
There is no date for when armour was invented, as there was no individual point where it came into existence. Armour predates written history, in the form of padded garments, leathers and similar equipment for protection. Armour of plates of metal existed in ancient greece and mycenae, mail of iron...
nothing, you want what DID medieval knights do stupid
i think its just called a knighting ceremony
You will meet him as a ghost and will then start collecting his armor, which you will be able to keep and wear. So basically you are this knight after the quests.
I wish , that they fall in love with each other :)
Boys who were the sons of noblemen were sent off to their lord's castle when they were seven years old. For seven years they served as a page, who ran messages for their various masters, ran errands, served at tables, and even played fighting games with other boys, such as wooden swordfights and...
The Saracen knights were the Arabian knights who were living at the north of arabian peninsula and north of Sinai ,, after that during the crusades this term was used as the name of any Muslim knight
Write about their armory that should be pretty cool put it in a sketchbook but use pictures and writing and glue it in!!
  Knights of old were either virtuous and honest men who lived according to a code of chivalry, or a bunch of marauding looters who were lucky to get a good write up in the history books.   Whatever the reality, are there some values associated with chivalry which could be applied today? We...
Complete suits of plate armour were comparatively rare and often kept as "parade armour" or tournament armour for the most senior nobles. Some complete suits of plate appeared around 1350, but most date to the 15th century, almost at the end of the medieval period. Not having a full suit of plate...
The formal combat between two mounted knights armed with lances is  called a joust.
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it was used to protect theirselves in battle or show pride in their families.
Becoming a Knight: There were only a few ways in which a person could become a knight. The first way was the normal course of action for the son of a noble:When a boy was eight years old, he was sent to the neighboring castle where he was trained as a page. The boy was usually the son of a knight or...
When wearing full armor and helmets, it was almost impossible for knights to tell apart friend from foe when in battle. As a way to tell who was who, knights would wear cloth tunics over their armor showing the colors and heraldry that represented who they were fighting for. They would often paint...
Today, riders traditionally mount (get on) their horses from the left side, this is because the sword was carried on the right side therefore it was necessary to mount on the left side to keep their weaponry out of the way.
They are a form of armored gloves to protect the hands
Alough appearing heavy, the armour a knight wore was often very light; a full set of equipment would only weigh 50 pounds, if that. A man with enough skill and fitness could easily run, and even swim in it (if modern replica testing is anything to go by).Well... The armor that the vast majority of...
Some (most) knights did abuse their power but the code of chivalry  was supposed to stop them doing this.
A knight's job involves protecting the kingdom castle the towns people the lord and lady and the king and queen.