When Knights Were Bold
Long regarded as an authoritative source on medieval life and customs for young people, this covers such topics as: the training of knights; jousts and tournaments; monks and monasteries; merchant and craft guilds; arts and science; commerce; education; and life in castle, manor, and town.
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PAGE SQUIRE AND KNIGHT
THE KNIGHTS ARMS AND ARMOR
JOUSTS AND TOURNAMENTS
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