A page was akin to a houseboy who was trained to dress the Knight and care for his personal items as well as being trained in religion, hawking, manners, and learned combat with toy weapons. A squire was akin to a travel/war camp boy who was trained in dressing the Knight for battle and caring for the Knights weaponry as well as being trained to fight with real weapons. A page trained to become a squire. Then a squire trained to become a knight.
The Winter Knights has 384 pages.
What was the knights job Canterbury tales
A knights most important job was to protect the serfs of the village.
no pages were their apprentices that ranked up to become a squire then a knight
At first they were pages and then squires.
They did the odd jobs for knights and were in training to become knights. They were the son's of nobles who showed promise of knighthood.
An Unsuitable Job for a Woman has 287 pages.
Job - novel - has 299 pages.
the knights job was to fight, watch the village, and watch over the king.
a peasants job is to look after and provide food for the knights
Inside Job - novella - has 99 pages.
Pages were young boys, aged 7 or 8 to 14 or so, apprenticed to knights. They were supposed to help the knight with chores in exchange for training to become a knight.
Baby-Sitting Is a Dangerous Job has 161 pages.
to protect itsSuperiorsfor land
a squire is basically a knight in training, knights start as paiges (pages not certain) who were basically servants to the knights, later they became squires; usually helping knights with their gear (armor, weapons, assissting in battle), and eventually became knights
Pages acted as personal servants to knights and barons.
A squire is a job that the knights in medeivl times had to do befor becoming a knight
Pages usually began their training at about age seven or eight. They served as pages for seven years, typically. After that they spent seven years or so as squires, and then they became knights.
Yes they did get paid because its a risky and dangurous job.
he was in job for a cowboy. also knights of the abyss
The number of pages depends on the size of type, so it varies. In a regular type Thompson's Chain Reference Bible (King James) it spans 28 pages; in a Nelson "giant print" Bible Job is 48 pages long.
A knights duty was to protect their city. The job if you want to put in more current view, they were kind of like the military of the middle ages.
A knights job was too protect his lord, people, and the castle. they practiced their swordplay in a tournament. they were payed with food and land by the lords.