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Ch 13 Sec 3 The Age of Chivalry
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code of conduct for Knights and Lords, similar to Bushido for Samurai, protected weak and poor. Knight devoted himself to earthly lord, heavenly lord, and chosen lady
Education in Middle Ages
devoted lives to war-no time for learning
Weapons and Equipment
leather saddles and stirrups kept soldiers from falling off, so they could carry heavier weapons. Wealth from fiefs meant knights could afford weapons, armor, and horses
tournaments-young knights, recreation w combat training, winners demanded ransoms from losers
Castle life of Knights
lived inside castle walls, lord demanded 40 days of combat per year. Past time was training for war by wrestling and hunting
duty to his lady as important as duty to lord. Code of Chivalry made knights seem more romantic than brutal.
traveling poet-musicians at castles and courts of Europe
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