Results for: Chivalry

What is Chivalry?

Chivalry is a code (religious, moral and ethical) that knights inthe medieval times had to follow. Knights had to risk their livesand make sacrifices to help other people. In (MORE)

What was the code of chivalry?

The CODE OF CHIVALRY is the code that all knights live by. Aknight was expected to obey his lord, to be brave, to show respectto women of noble birth, to honor the church, a (MORE)

Why was chivalry started?

  Chivalry originated in two parallel developments: 1. horse-mounted cavalry which evolved to combat threats from invaders and 2. feudalism, the system of political and mi (MORE)

Facts about chivalry?

Chivalry is a system of ethical ideals and a set of guidelines for  proper knightly conduct. The main chivalric virtues included honor,  courtesy, piety, loyalty, chastity, (MORE)

Is chivalry dead?

One Answer: I would certainly say so, and most would, but perchance somewhere there is a valiant man- AHEM, I mean person- on planet Earth. Alternate answer: No. Chivalry is (MORE)
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What is saving chivalry?

    WWW.Myspace.com/SavingChivalryMusic       Saving Chivalry is an Acoustic based band from Shelton/Goshen Connecticut Formed in Late 2006. The Band incl (MORE)

What are the rules for chivalry?

For the knights of Europe, the concept of chivalry included the ideas of believing the Church and defending its teachings, defending the weak and innocent, loving your country (MORE)

What ended chivalry?

No one thing ended 'Chivalry'. Chivalry is the act of following the Knightly code or being a distinguished gentleman. This conduct slowly eroded over time with a lack of upbri (MORE)

Why do the knights have chivalry?

it was an age long past back when all men had balls. it was when a individual had the ability to take a lif but u needed to be taught that just because u had the ability did n (MORE)

What is a code of Chivalry?

A Code of Chivalry are rules of behaviour which a man was supposed to follow when he was made a knight. The idea of a knight as an epitome of virtue became very popular during (MORE)