Knights in Medieval Europe: morals and symbolism of knights, social classes, training, equipment, expectations, duties.
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Knights in Medieval Europe
Knights were the most advanced fighting unit of the Middle Ages. Developed mainly by Charles Martel, they were horsemen, armored and carrying swords. By definition, a Knight was a mounted warrior in the service of his liege-lord (Snell, "Defining the Knight", Knight Life, Internet). He they would generally receive a fief in exchange for their services. But Knights also became important as a symbol of honor, nobility (in the moral sense of the word), and loyalty towards the sovereign.
Who could become a Knight? They were often sons of nobles, but could also…
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