Medieval Knights

Medieval Knights

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Tom Paulus

March 07, 2016
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  1. SUBTITLE TEXT GABE SANVICTORES & TOM PAULUS MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS Viktor

    M. Vasnetsov [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
  2. Video: Dex Shirts [Standard License], via YouTube Image: jonsatticuk [CC

    BY-NC-SA 2.0], via Flickr
  3. SUBTITLE TEXT WHO WHERE THEY? Luigi Giarrè and Vincenzo Stanghi

    [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
  4. SUBTITLE TEXT Luigi Giarrè and Vincenzo Stanghi [Public domain], via

    Wikimedia Commons Defined by both their Economic Status and their Military Skill Devoted to their King and God in all aspects, especially in battle.
  5. SUBTITLE TEXT Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Charles Pugin [Public domain],

    via Wikimedia Commons THEIR PRESTIGIOUS CODE OF HONOR A.K.A. CHIVALRY
  6. SUBTITLE TEXT Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Charles Pugin [Public domain],

    via Wikimedia Commons The Church reformed the warrior class with Chivalry to reduce the barbarity of earlier times. It was not a formal set of guidelines, but instead a set of moral system.
  7. SUBTITLE TEXT By Todor Bozhinov / Тодор Божинов (Own work)

    [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons CHURCH INVOLVEMENT
  8. SUBTITLE TEXT By Todor Bozhinov / Тодор Божинов (Own work)

    [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons The Church had a Significant Influence on Society Pilgrimages and Crusades were common for common men/women to show their dedication.
  9. SUBTITLE TEXT David Teniers the Younger [Public domain], via Wikimedia

    Commons DAILY LIFE
  10. SUBTITLE TEXT David Teniers the Younger [Public domain], via Wikimedia

    Commons Centered around Castles and Manors They fought for their Lord (or King) in times of war Expected to understand and apply the rules of Chivalry
  11. KNIGHTS ARE AWESOME! Codex Wallerstein [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

  12. Codex Wallerstein [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Thanks!

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