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    Squires Research Paper

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    - In 11th and 12th century squire were servants of lower social class but in the later years sons of noble families would become squires. -Boys of noble birth would were eligible to become a knight -If their parents want them to become a knight they would be sent to a nobleman’s household to be a page. -Here they learn how to behave and learn how to ride a horse -When they turn 14 they become an apprentice to a knight who they serve as a squire. -Here they are taught how to handle weapons and sometimes go into battle with the knight to assist them. -Trained constantly on exercising muscles as well as fighting with weapons- swords, javelin, quarterstaff, wrestling and acrobatics. -Practised on pep which was a wooden pole, they would carry weapons twice their weight to increase their…

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    How Is The Squire Alike

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    The Squire: The Squire is an interesting character in the Canterbury Tales because his uniqueness adds a lot of dimension to the tales. The Squire is the Knight’s son who’s main job is to assist his father. The Squire has served multiple times in Cavalry raids in Flanders, Picardy and Artois in northern Europe. Physically, he is a very strong and physically fit boy with very curly hair. He wears a very colourful long shirt with wide sleeves that resembles a field of white and red flowers which…

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    three main traits from medieval knights in the stories Green Knight, Morte D’Arthur, and Excalibur include; being good fighters, honor, and courage. To begin, Green Knight, Morte D’Arthur, and Excalibur all say that medieval knights had to be great fighters. During the medieval times, there were many wars, much bloodshed, and lots of corruption. During this time of war, kingdoms would either announce their own squires from their kingdom, or buy other knights to become knights for that…

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    swords to battle other pages. At the end of each lesson Ebrill would always have a new cut or bruise. That goes to show how hard it is to ride a horse, with no hands, while carrying a lance. After seven years of chores and combat skills, Ebrill was moved up to a squire. Ebrill was 14 years old when she became a squire. She received a completely new set of task. She would have to care for Sir Liam’s horses, clean the stables, and help her knight in battle. Ebrill and the others became friends…

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    Jousting Tournament

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    As a Squire you served in this role for seven years and became a Knight at the age of twenty-one. Sometimes knighthood was given to a squire at an earlier age as the reward for bravery on the battlefield. In time of war Squires would be with their assigned Knight on the battlefield, the role as a squire then was to tend to the horses and dressing them in that horses Armor. Sadly when under fire from arrows many squires were killed doing their duty. Those that survived were waiting for their turn…

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    CONNECTIONS REPORT My connection, not giving up, is shown through these four texts: A Knight’s Tale (directed by Brian Helgeland), Gladiator (directed by Ridley Scott), The Help (directed by Tate Taylor) and 127 Hours (directed by Danny Boyle). A Knight’s Tale shows the connection not giving up when the main character, (William, a young squire with a gift for jousting) forges genealogy documents in order to enter a jousting competition. Despite not being a knight, he gains popularity and wins…

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    Henry Augustus Squires, a merchant in Salt Lake City, had a complicated departure from the Church. In the spring of 1866, Henry returned to England. Sarah soon followed with their younger children. His plural wife, Emma Caroline Slade Squires, refused to go and stayed in Salt Lake City with their three sons. Emma gave birth to a daughter six months after Henry left. According to one of Henry’s granddaughters, Brigham Young advised the move because of Henry’s health problems. Other accounts…

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    The Squire: Beyond The Appearance “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” (Aristotle) Although The Canterbury Tales is not the distinct type of art that Aristotle was referring to, his words still apply to the story, particularly when it comes to the Squire. (Chaucer, 199) Chaucer describes the Squire as “embroidered like a meadow bright, and full of freshest flowers, red and white” also pointing out that his hair had “locks as curly…

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    “Robin Hood and the Three Squires” is a poem written by an anonymous author, where Robin Hood once again uses deception to right a wrong he comes across. In “Robin Hood and the Three Squires”, explores the themes of trickery and bravery through the use of repetition, conflict, and character. “Robin Hood and the Three Squires” uses repetition to emphasize points. The author attempts to give the reader a sense of what is going on by using the repetition to show Robin Hood begging for information.…

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    “Robin Hood and the Three Squires” by Anonymous Summary In the poem “Robin Hood and the Three Squires” (n.d.) narrates the rescue mission of Robin Hood to the three squires who was held by the King because they killed the King’s deer. Robin Hood disguises himself as a beggar, tricks the sheriff with the help of his followers and he saves the three men from the death penalty in Nottingham. Argument “Robin Hood and Three Squires” (n.d.) portrays Robin Hood as an intelligent person. Analysis When…

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