What is the difference between knight and cavalier?
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A knight is a kind of soldier under the feudal system. Knights were given grants of land by a lord in return for a promise to fight for him when called on. Working on the Kni…ghts land were peasants who the Knight could call upon the fight with him. Knights were noble and are usually thought of as heavily armed and armored. The Roman Cavalry was also made up of low ranking nobles, called Equites, and this is sometimes translated as Knight since they were on the same rung of society.
The Papal Knighthood ( there are or were various grades of nobility) was purely honorary and not a real title of nobility. One should not confuse the idea of a Papal Knight wi…th the on occasion armored Swiss Guards, who are members of the Swiss Army and in fact a special unit. there are plainclothes men also and they do carry issue SIG * Swiss Industry association, roughly) Automatic pistols- and know how to use them. No US citizen can receive a Title of Nobility though this has been waived for some Presidents ( Sir Ronald Reagan ) and ore recently Edward Kennedy.
A samurai was a male born into the Japanese warrior caste, and trained in, among other things, the martial arts of Japan (including weapons) and bushido, the Shinto-based Code… of Honor of Japan at the time. Legitimate samurai reported to a daimyo (local king) or other nobility in the Japanese feudal hierarchy. Samurai particularly skilled in stealth and night-work (like today's Special Forces) were ninja; samurai unattached to a feudal overlord were ronin; neither had a good reputation in Japanese society (vs. the admiration of modern fantasy game role-players). A knight was a male, born (usually) into European nobility, who trained in, among other things, the martial arts of the time and place (primarily weaponry) and Chivalry, the Christianity-based Code of Honor of Europe, but did not achieve the rank (i.e., Sir) until/unless promoted to it by a feudal overlord, which in some instances was the king or emperor, but usually someone a bit further down on the feudal food chain. Generally, both knights (usually) and samurai (often) had responsibility for their own pieces of land (portions of their overlord's land), and had to pay their overlord in both (agricultural) goods and (military) service.
Roundheads were Parliamentary/Puritan soldiers who wore tight fitting un-orimented metal helmets, while Cavaliers were kings men who wore large hats with feathers as their uni…form headdress. Some differences between the round-heads and the cavaliers are that the cavaliers supported the King and the round-heads supported Parliament. The cavaliers had allot of expensive clothing and cared what they looked like while they fought and the round-heads cared more about fighting and winning. The round-heads were extremely strong puritans and set up a religious, protestant commonwealth after executing King Charles I, headed by Oliver Cromwell who appointed himself Lord Protector. In slang terms the words can also be used to mean if a man has a circumcised or uncircumcised penis.
ok the differences between them is nothing !!
Is this a rethorical question? Probably not.
Samurai were geographically located in Japan where knights were in Europe. Often times Samurai would follow a religion such as Daoism, Confucianism, or Buddhism. Knights had a… tendency to be Christian and were sent on "holy" missions. Samurai often waged war with the philosophy of "honor".
A knight was nobility and the President is elected by the people of the country.
Nothing. They were the same person. To be a knight you had to be a noble. But not all nobles went in battle.
A Z24 is normally luxury parts with a bigger 2.4L engine. Normally running around 150HP and 155lb torque. with normal cavaliers running to 130-140HP. Basically the Z24 is the …sportier model of the cavaliers.
Ninjas are better. they are also much sneakier.
A knight is...well a knight but a knave is a male servant. Two totally different things.
In The Difference Between
Charles I and Oliver Cromwell went against eachother. During this war, they both had supporters. Supporters of King Charles I and roundheads were the supporters of Oliver Crom…well and parliment.
In Medieval Warfare
The medieval meaning of the word squire was simply a ' knight in training '... it was the stage after being a page on the way to becoming a knight. They served an existing kni…ght as an attendant or shield carrier.
Knights are nobles because they are sons of knights wich are nobles.
In Middle Ages
Nothing. A knight could be a vassal to his liege lord. When a squire is knighted, the new knight must swear alligence to his lord. When a liege lord calls on his vassals in ti…mes of war, the vassal knights must come to fight for him.
Knight: A knight is a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a monarchy or other political leader for service to the monarch or country, especially in a militar…y capacity. Night: Night or nighttime is the period of time between the sunset and the sunrise when the sun is below the horizon.