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Who was the first knight in the Middle Ages?

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AnswerThis is an unanswerable question. Even if it could be recorded, the question implies that there was a singular first knight instead of a cultural movement towards the use of what we now call knights. AnswerThere was no first knight in the Middle Ages. Knights predated the Middle Ages.

Knights were important in the society of Republican Rome. They were heavy cavalry, and were always around in greater or smaller numbers. When the Middle Ages began, the Germanic groups that founded the nations of Western Europe already had knights, as did the Byzantines.

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