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    Chivalry was introduced, knights were seen as barbaric warriors. When brought by the Normans, knights learned to use Chivalry to protect their people. This lead to people viewing knights as their protectors. Chivalry changed emotions of the knights and the people, by creating a set of rules that knights followed, displaying a look of romance rather than brutality, and establishing a sense of safety within towns. Before becoming a knight, boys would learn how to be knights at the age of seven. Next, they would be sent to the castle to start their training. At the age of fourteen, boys would become squires or the servants of knights . When they turned twenty-one, one would be sent to church dressed their best and would be blessed by the priest in order to fight. A massive feast would be served next, to celebrate their blessing. Knights pledged their loyalty and service to their lords. This relationship…

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    Chivalry Batman and Superman are our classic examples of good citizens. When we look at them we think, “Wow they are such honorable people.” We don't see these two men beating people up or cheating on their girlfriends. The medieval chivalry code is a list of moral rules that knights in medieval time followed. In modern times, the medieval chivalry code should still be used to help guide people. Three specific rules to follow are, be faithful to one lady, honor truth by word and deed, and one…

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    In medieval times, when knights fought for honor and maidens were simple spectators of matters that were deemed too demanding for them, there existed an extolled code of chivalry that men were expected to live by. Knights were supposed to be brave, loyal, honest, generous, and kind. They were expected to defend the weak, be fair to their opponents, and respect women. However, it has been a long time since the 1100s and society has changed a lot since then. And while chivalry has clung to life…

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    Chivalry is the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, especially courage, honor, courtesy, justice, and a readiness to help the weak. Basically a male being a gentleman to a female and i feel as if today chivalry is both dead and alive. Im guessing it has to do with generation wise. I witness chivalry being alive from the actions of my grandfather. The way he treats my grandmother, is very chivalrous. He helps her when needed, he never disrespect her nor her name. He would stay…

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    Lanvalry: The Green Knight

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    Lanval seemed to be below their notice unless he had something that they wanted or did something they did not like. Lanval is transported to a world where he meets a beautiful woman and he can be hers so long as that he follows her instructions, which are not to tell anyone who she is. Lanval is put in a difficult position since he has kept a promise which he must honor in order to be chivalrous towards the Lady, but Queen Guinevere attempts to begin an affair with Lanval. Lanval does respond at…

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    Our parents are always giving us rules: don’t talk to strangers, don’t play in the streets, do eat your vegetables, and pick up your toys when you are done with them. We have to follow these rules or else we get in trouble. Back in the 1100s knights had to follow what was called The Medieval Chivalry Code or they got in trouble. The Medieval Chivalry Code are rules the knights had to follow that emphasized bravery, loyalty to women, following lords rules, fighting to uphold christianity, seeking…

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    common people turn to their knights to fight the enemy and win. Sometimes, even the knights are terrified of the enemy as well. For example, in Morte D’Arthur the common evil, Mordred, has seized King Arthur’s throne while he has been away. Arthur rallies his army and fights Mordred in courageous fashion. King Arthur knew that when he fought Mordred, Arthur himself would surely die, but since Arthur wanted to restore peace to his kingdom he reluctantly fought Mordred. Arthur courageously…

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    Chivalry is the methods of training and standards of behavior for knights in the middle ages. Before you could become a knight, you had to have great combat skills and who adhered to the code of chivalry. It was almost possible for any man to become a knight. Although trying to prepare them to become a knight was quite expensive. During the knight's childhood, around the age of 7. He was expected to have great manners and to know the expectations that are required in order to be a knight. Such…

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    Chivalry is defined as the moral code for knights. It states that courage and courtesy are the expected qualities of the ideal knight. Nowadays, our culture does not have knights running around but Emily Esfahani Smith believes it is still relevant. Furthermore, I disagree with her and believe that we have evolved as a society for a reason. Chivalrous acts include a man pulling out the chair for a woman, putting his coat over a puddle, and opening the door. These are the qualities of a true…

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    Chivalric love was mostly common in medieval times. It is the conception of love that was based around nobility and chivalry and is often referred to as any courageous behavior especially in a form of battle. From what I have learned from “A Knight’s Tale” chivalric love is a knight doing a noble deed to prove himself to his lady and is often a sign of respect. Examples of chivalry between William and Jocelyn are when he loses one of his battles to prove his love for her. After he loses she…

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