The Archetype:• Warrior –The Definition • A noble champion, he acts with honor. This man is the reluctant rescuer or the knight in shining armor. He’s noble, tenacious, relentless, and he always sticks up for the underdog. If you need a protector, he’s your guy. He doesn’t buckle under to rules, and he doesn’t go along just to get along.
Culture 3: Northern Europe- Pre- Middle Ages• In Celtic and Norse cultures, warriors appear to be distinguished from the soldiers by the heroic, chivalrous, and flamboyant nature of their actions and strategies in battle. An example is Cassivellaunus who was the defender of Britain in the first century against Caeser. He nobly fought against all of the Romans forces to defend his kingdom and his people, but was defeated.
Culture 4: Native American• Geronimo was a great warrior in the American Indian wars. He fought for the freedom of his people and for the rest of the tribes in America. He urged other tribes to stand up to the “white people” and stand up for the land they had lived on for centuries.
Culture 5: The South-US Revolution• Robert E. Lee was considered one of the greatest warriors of his time. He fought for the south in the U.S. Revolutionary War. He fought until he had to surrender and he did everything with respect and honor.
Culture 6: Dark Ages- Europe• Joan Of Arc was a female warrior in history, proving that not all great warriors are men. She, at first, was not allowed to fight with the men. She disguised herself as a man, and proved herself as a warrior. She led the French into several battles victoriously and gained the respect of her country.
Culture 7: Ancient Times- B.C.• David from David and Goliath might be one of the greatest underdog warrior stories. David was just a small child, while Goliath was a huge man. David went and fought him with no fear and only trust in God. He came out victorious.