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- Chivalry??. . . . . . . . . Today?? Chivalry is usually known as a moral system or an honor code. It originated in the 12th century when kings ruled the country, as a code to make peace. Now there is no king or queen monarchy, now there’s that wonderful thing that we call the Government.
- When I first think of chivalry, I think of knights and dragons and damsels in distress. It’s not really something that I associate with the society that we live in today. You’ve heard it before, chivalry is dead. But I don’t really believe that. It’s too final, it doesn’t leave any room for us to be better people again.
- Chivalry, as defined by Encyclopedia Americana is a system of values and ideals of conduct held by knights in medieval Europe. In its institutional form, chivalry was an informal, international order to which many, but not all, of the ruling class (nobility) belonged.
- Chivalry, order of knighthood and, especially, code of knightly behavior that was a feature of the High and later Middle ages in western Europe (Encarta). Having developed out of the lofty and pious ideals of the Crusades, chivalry encouraged high personal values and well-manicured behavior.
- Skill at arms is more often attained as an exercise, rather than a useful tool, and strength of body, while glamorized, is degraded by large numbers of “men of the mind.” Chivalry is a lot like ethics; it is a governing principle concerning fair play as far as medieval combat among your peers was concerned.
- Most of all, he was loyal to God, as all Christian knights were. A Christian knight had virtues of fidelity, piety, loyalty and devotion to God. However, some knights did not live this ideal lifestyle. (Duby) A young boy in training to be a knight spent the first few years of his life in care of the women in his family.
- During medieval times knighthood was a class culture, cherished and jealousy guarded by the knightly caste. Knight had the honor of defending the king as well as their country. On the bloody fields of battle a code of chivalry evolved that tempered anger and fury with mercy.
- Also incorporated in the ideal was courtly love, romantic devotion for a sexually unattainable woman, usually another man’s wife. Veneration for the Virgin Mary played a part in this concept. Chivalric ideals influenced the founding of religious military orders during the period of the Crusades, among them the Templars and the Hospitalers, the Teutonic Knights, and the Spanish orders of Alcantara, Calatrava, and Santiago.
- Pride is one of the characteristics of chivalry. The knights are proud of their kingdoms. The knights are proud of their names. They re proud of everything, but pride is a terrible weakness in people. People in our times are proud enough as it is, if chivalry were to come back, imagine what kind of ego s they would have then.
- Throughout my semester of studies on knighthood, I have noticed two major swings in its goal. At first the knight existed only as a vassal, a mounted warrior for fighting. Then as the first crusade came around in 1095 it turned the knights attentions to their new quest in Jerusalem.
- Arthurian Legend is a group of stories of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The legends originated as a collection of folk tales passed down by oral tradition. As the stories spread through Europe different scenes as well as different versions appear in different countries.
- In Chaucer s Canterbury Tales there are twenty-nine plus one characters. Out of the twenty-nine plus one characters two will be compared and contrasted. The Friar and the Miller have some similarities and at the same time some differences. The Friar and the Miller show a few similarities in Canterbury Tales.
- On his journey Gawain stays at Bercilak s castle where he meets Bercilak s lady. She starts to have a liking for Gawain and there for introduces the code of courtly love.
- The Anglo-Saxons were the members of the Germanic peoples who invaded England. They were people of their own time, language and culture. In the Anglo-Saxon adventure filled tale of Beowulf, the heron Beowulf was, at the time, considered the modern day superman.
- Courtly Love, code of behavior that defined the relationship between aristocratic lovers in Western Europe during the Middle Ages. The Idea of courtly love developed among the higher classes of Europe during the late-1100s. The idea of courtly love was that a man passionately devoted himself to a lady who was married or engaged to another man.
- Humans are set apart from all other animals for one reason. We have the power of imagination and thus power to interpret what we read. Therefore, we can argue that the written word is the most meaningful of all types of communication. It is valid to say that if ten people read a book and were asked to retell the book in their own words that we d hear ten different versions of the same book.
- Chivalry is usually known as a moral system or an honor code. It originated in the 12th century when kings ruled the country, as a code to make peace. Now there is no king or queen monarchy, now there?s that wonderful thing that we call the Government.
- Throughout 476 A.D. to 1350 A.D. the Middle Ages reigned. Life was about that one code. The Code of Chivalry. Chivalry, the order of knighthood and especially the code of knightly behavior, was a feature of the High and later Middle Ages in western Europe.
- The nobility of Sir Gawain from ” Sir Gawain and the Green Knight ” and Sir Lancelot from “Morte Darthur” diminishes once their treasonous behavior contradicts their chivalric oath to their lord due to conflicts between the ethics of courtly love and thethics of their knightly code.
- The legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table is a story mixed with historical truths and exaggerated fiction The legend of King Arthur, known as the Arthurian Legend, comes from the Middle Ages and is both fact and fiction There really was a King Arthur who was king of the Britons He was a type of military leader who fought Germanic invaders Many of the Tudor monarchs claimed lineage to King Arthur to justify and prove their right to the throne Most of the knowledge of Arthur is legend There is no doubt, though, that stories about him have influenced literature, society, music,