The Making of a knight

below is the outline and the paper needs to be based on the outline when you google google Making of A Knight Middle ages
Making of a Knight

I. In this paper I will be talking about the making of a knight.
1. There were two ways that a man could become a knight during the Middle Ages
2. The first was earning the right on the battlefield.
3. The second way to become an apprentice to a knight and earn the title through hard work and training.
4. The first requirement of a knight, but only few could afford to become knights.
5. Wealthy knights could have several pages and squires to help them.
6. “The word “squire” comes from French word meaning” shield-bearer”.
7. They had to be in healthy shape.
II. Have you ever thought of being a knight?
1. “In fact the very term medieval knight is a pretty generic one, and their roles across the realms and fiefs of Europe.”
2. “The most part, knight in feudal Europe were expected to swear their loyalty and their sword to a lord or king and become their vassal.”
3. I return the Lord or king would give the knight several hundred acres of land.
4. During heyday of knights, ware fare was a lot different than it is how.

5. “The route to becoming a knight, was like a cheap fishing rod, rigid and unyielding.”
III. Making a Knight.
1. When he was about seven a boy of noble birth who was going to become a knight was usually sent away to a nobleman household.
2. He was taught how to shoot a bow and carve meat for food.
3. Successful squires were knighted when they were around 21 years old.
4. About 14 he was apprenticed to a knight whom he served as squire.
5. By the 15th century knights were protecting themselves with full suite of armor.
6. People often think that plate armor is clumsy and stiff.
7. The rules of chivalry dictated that knights should show courtesy to defeated
enemies.

15 Mar 2018 14:44

I have the outline done but needs so work Making of a Knight

I. In this paper I will be talking about the making of a knight.
1. There were two ways that a man could become a knight during the Middle Ages
2. The first was earning the right on the battlefield.
3. The second way to become an apprentice to a knight and earn the title through hard work and training.
4. The first requirement of a knight, but only few could afford to become knights.
5. Wealthy knights could have several pages and squires to help them.
6. “The word “squire” comes from French word meaning” shield-bearer”.
7. They had to be in healthy shape.
II. Have you ever thought of being a knight?
1. “In fact the very term medieval knight is a pretty generic one, and their roles across the realms and fiefs of Europe.”
2. “The most part, knight in feudal Europe were expected to swear their loyalty and their sword to a lord or king and become their vassal.”
3. I return the Lord or king would give the knight several hundred acres of land.
4. During heyday of knights, ware fare was a lot different than it is how.

5. “The route to becoming a knight, was like a cheap fishing rod, rigid and unyielding.”
III. Making a Knight.
1. When he was about seven a boy of noble birth who was going to become a knight was usually sent away to a nobleman household.
2. He was taught how to shoot a bow and carve meat for food.
3. Successful squires were knighted when they were around 21 years old.
4. About 14 he was apprenticed to a knight whom he served as squire.
5. By the 15th century knights were protecting themselves with full suite of armor.
6. People often think that plate armor is clumsy and stiff.
7. The rules of chivalry dictated that knights should show courtesy to defeated
enemies.

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