Who did the knights serve?
The knights served their King.
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There were at least 50 Knights of the Round Table. The best known are:. Sir Kay, Sir Bedivere, Sir Galahad, Sir Gawain, Sir Lancelot, Sir Percival
Knights served the feudal lords and dukes and eventually the king.
The way a person becomes knighted is by honor and choice of theQueen. She then goes through ceremonial knighting by having theperson kneel and tapping them on the shoulder wit…h a sword beforegiving them an insignia.
According to the code of Chivalry, knights in the middle ages would learn to fight and serve their leige lord. Knights should be brave and show qualities of loyalty and genero…usness.
There were many hastiludes to train knights. Mock battles between large groups were called melees. There were also tournaments, jousts, pas d'armes, quintains, and other war g…ames.
The king and the queen.
He was a young noble boy in service to the knight and in training to become a knight. This started around age 7 or 8 and continued until full knighthood at 21.
Yes according to the vows he made when he was dubbed a knight had to serve is liege and the peasants as well. he would more respectful to his king of course. This doesn't re…late to this question but a ton of the medieval food quetsions are really of the mark. They didn't eat what they had for breakfast for dinner. it was mostly the same but it had something else as well. Eg apeasant had coarse (thats spelt right) black bread and ale to drink for breakfast and for dinner pottage, coarse black bread with ale to drink. Wikianswers should really get some history books out and check the answers
Common in literature, but not in real life, a knight who was not in service to a lord was called a knight-errant.
The Knights Templar had squires to serve them. Their squires differed from those of other knights, because they were not in an apprenticeship and did not normally become knigh…ts, but were just servants. Also associated with the Knights Templar were sergeants, who were members of lower social classes who served as light cavalry. They rendered military service. The Knights Templar had their own clergy as well.
neither man wanted to serve their country and they appeared when the king called the them