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Medieval Knights on AboutBritain.com
Doers of good, protectors of the innocent, defenders of the church, rescuers of damsels in distress, participants in tournaments - these all come to mind when Medieval knights are mentioned. And these same knights are usually pictured wearing shiny armour and riding a magnificent steed. How true is this depiction?
Urlich von Jungingen - Wielki Mistrz Zakonu Najświętszej Maryi Panny Domu Niemieckiego w Jerozolimie. Bitwa pod Grunwaldem, 1410r. /Into battle. Photo by Maciej Markowski
309) “The greatest honor bestowed upon me was not the ceremony itself. It was nice to meet the king and have him place a sword on my shoulders. I enjoyed reciting the oath. But the best thing that happened was putting on the armor that my father had fitted just for me.” Grimton brushed a tear from his eye, “Aye, I know that feeling.”
For Freedom: The Declaration of Arbroath and Scotland in 2014
The Declaration of Arbroath is a declaration of Scottish independence in the form of a letter submitted to Pope John XXII, dated 6 April 1320, intended to confirm Scotland's status as an independent, sovereign state and defending Scotland's right to use military action when unjustly attacked. Generally believed to have been written in the Arbroath Abbey by Bernard of Kilwinning, then Chancellor of Scotland and Abbot of Arbroath, with the help of King Robert, the letter was one of three…