But in most versions they are not connected with England as at least some of the authors of the Arthurian tales knew that Arthur was supposed to have reigned over Britain before the invading English conquered a large portion of it and named it England.
Sir Thomas Malory in his Le Morte d'Arthur is unusual in using the name England a great deal.
the knights followed a code of conduct called a chivalry
They followed the Knights Code of Chivalry.
the England knights
England is where most knights were. some were in china
the knights lived in the medieval times and in that time about everyone was Christian so knights were probably Christians
Robert Knights was born in 1942, in England, UK.
A doctrine is a basic creed and/or advocation of specific beliefs relating to such things as government and religion. The Medieval Code Of Chivalry was formulated with specific beliefs regarding military duty, love and religion. Hence, the Code Of Chivalry was a doctrine.
That depends on what Knights you are talking about. Are you talking about the medieval Knights in each Kingdom, the Knights of Malta, the Knights Templar? You are going to have to be a little more specific to get a meaningful answer.
The European knights followed the Code of Chivalry, which was a moral and honor code.
knights did OK got it.
The knights came from France, England and Germany.
It depends on the period of time and the location of the person who became a knight. Before King Henry VIII instituted the Anglican Church, the majority of the knights were Catholic. Afterwards, when Catholicism was banned in England, British knights were Anglican. French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian knights remained Catholic. Today, I don't know if they require persons to be any particular religion in order to be knighted.
roman- catholic christianity. It was made an offical religion of all of rome by Constatine then Rome fell apart and the regions kept the culture and religon
they were christians! they went to church reluctantly
sterling knight is a christian!!
The code of knights is called Chivalry. Chivalry is defined as being noble, truthful- and trustworthy on your behalf. If Knights backed down from their word, they'll be dishonored. The Knights of the round table followed this code.
Secret History of Religion Knights Templar - 2006 TV was released on: USA: 2006
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