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  • 1. By alberto lopez Knights in medieval times
  • 2. knigths The knight was one of three types of fighting men during the middle ages: Knights, Foot Soldiers, and Archers.the medieval knight was equivalent to a tank now days becaouse they have many protections. In return to militar service they recibe a fief. When they captured a city, they were allowed to ransack it, stealing goods and valuables.
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  • 4. joustes The joust was a form of combat between two knights. A low wooden fence separated the knights. The two competing knights started on horseback, holding long sharp lances. A lance was a long pole with a sharpened end. The two knights rode towards each other, with their lances up and ready, each on their own side of the fence. The goal was to knock your opponent off his horse. This was pretty hard to do. Saddles had a back piece that rose up about a foot. This was designed to help a knight keep his seat in battle, and it served the same purpose at the joust.
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  • 6. Joust of war
    • Two knights figth with very shaped lances
    • 7. trying to kill each other.
  • 8. Joust of peace
    • In this other type of joust the knights uses
    • 9. a coronel or blunt tip for dont hearth each
    • 10. other
  • 11. feudalism
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