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 generousness.
it probably comes from the "feudal system" which basically goes like this: the king serves god,barons serve the king,knights serve the barons,pheasants serve the knights ect ect ect
The knights granted land to the peasants and serve in the army. The knights get land from tenants in cheif, and the peasants make payments to the knights. Hope i helped :) KayKayBear!~
Knights were sons of their lords whose life-time duty eventually was to serve and fight for them in whatever circumstance.
neither man wanted to serve their country and they appeared when the king called the them
Knights served the feudal lords and dukes and eventually the king.
They weren't actually called knights... they were called Crusaders, but anyways, they simply went to Crusades to help serve their country and religious beliefs.
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 knights, 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.
Knights had a lot of duties, first was to uphold the knight's code and be an example for the people of Camelot. Another was to serve as soldiers/bodyguards for the royal family or to escort or protect visiting dignitaries. Knights, particularly the Knight's of the round table, also serve as the King's personal council. Advising him on the matters of the countries and such although the last decision was the king's alone.
During the middle ages, knights were expected to be chivalrous and truthful. they were to serve and protect the people, the monarch and the country.
A lesser lord is bound in service to not only the King but also to the greater lords. The lesser lords are serve by the knights who are their subordinates.
well, usually in the middle ages,cooks for knights or vassals were squires. a vassal is a knight that owned land from his lord. a squire is a knight in training.the job of a squire( age 12-16) is to serve his knight until he become one. they made meals for the knight, learned how to serve it, and also learned all the things that knights do.
Knight's were to defend the weak, be courteous to women, be loyal to their King, and serve God at all times. -Quote me
A banner of knights, or a rout of knights.
You need to get the Black Knights because they are the strongest knights.
the knights of the round table
a group of knights is called a bunch of knightsa group of knights is called a bunch of knights
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 knights of Columbus are catholic. The knights of Columbus are catholic.
The Holy Grail, believed to be the chalice that Jesus Christ used at the Last Supper and which he used to serve his disciples the first Communion.
If you mean the character and not the actual person, I doubt it, because in Suburban Knights, he says he wonders if they can get it so Chick-Fil-A doesn't serve Christians.
=well....becoming a knight was a great honor in deed but it was not a secret.....knights had to tell because that is the only way they could serve people....but mostly women...women were very important==well....becoming a knight was a great honor in deed but it was not a secret.....knights had to tell because that is the only way they could serve people....but mostly women...women were very important=
knights are in battle. :)
Medieval knights were mostly in Europe but knights were located everywhere