The Code Of ChivalryBy: Marisa Bass and Laura Anderson
What is the Code        of Chivalry?• Code of chivalry is a moral system that  introduced the concept of Chivalry.• It rep...
Regulations• To fear God and maintain His Church• To serve the liege lord in velour and  faith• To protect the weak and de...
More Regulations• To obey those placed in authority• To guard the honor of fellow knights• To eschew unfairness, meanness ...
Virtues• The chivalric virtues of the Knights Code of Chivalry were  described in the 14th Century by the Duke of Burgundy...
More information• The Codes of chivalry also  incorporated the notion of courtly  love.• The Code of Chivalry was the hono...
Work Cited• http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/knights-code-  of-chivalry.htm
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  1. 1. The Code Of ChivalryBy: Marisa Bass and Laura Anderson
  2. 2. What is the Code of Chivalry?• Code of chivalry is a moral system that introduced the concept of Chivalry.• It represents the qualities of idealized for knighthood.• A Code of Chivalry was documented in The Song of Roland in the Middle Ages Knights period of William the Conqueror who ruled England from 1066.
  3. 3. Regulations• To fear God and maintain His Church• To serve the liege lord in velour and faith• To protect the weak and defenseless• To give succor to widows and orphans• To refrain from the wanton giving of offence• To live by honor and for glory• To despise pecuniary reward• To fight for the welfare of all
  4. 4. More Regulations• To obey those placed in authority• To guard the honor of fellow knights• To eschew unfairness, meanness and deceit• To keep faith• At all times to speak the truth• To persevere to the end in any enterprise begun• To respect the honor of women• Never to refuse a challenge from an equal• Never to turn the back upon a foe
  5. 5. Virtues• The chivalric virtues of the Knights Code of Chivalry were described in the 14th Century by the Duke of Burgundy.• Faith• Charity• Justice• Sagacity• Prudence• Temperance• Resolution• Truth• Liberality• Diligence• Hope• Valor
  6. 6. More information• The Codes of chivalry also incorporated the notion of courtly love.• The Code of Chivalry was the honor code of the knight.• The Code of Chivalry was an important part of the society and lives of people who lived during the Medieval times and was understood by all.
  7. 7. Work Cited• http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/knights-code- of-chivalry.htm

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