“I don’t believe in paradise, I’ve lived in this hell, but if you represent paradise, take me there.” King Arthur
The medieval knight generally fit well into this system of feudal obligations. His figure came from the heavy cavalry that formerly accompanied sovereigns such as Charlemagne. In the 11th century, knights represented a distinguished caste of professional warriors. Their status was consolidated thanks to the use of symbols and public ceremonies in which the lord gave them his help and approval, which consisted of posing the sword or hand on the shoulder of the knight.
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