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Samurai and Knights: Were the Similarities Greater Than the Differences?

When comparing two things you must really put into perspective the little things that they are made up of. Two things can seem similar but that will never mean that they are exactly the same. For example, some of the things that Knights and Samurai had in common were: they both must obeyed their code of honor and stayed loyal to their king, both got paid in land, both were willing to do anything for their ruler. But what about some of the differences? Knights mainly fought in groups with each others companion, some Samurais were not afraid to fight alone, Knights protected their kingdoms, while Samurais protected their Daimyos. To me the even some of their differences

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