The Five Steps to Knighthood
Step 1 The right background
Step 2 Upbringing
Step 3 The Page
Step 4 The Squire
Step 5 The Knight
During the Middle Ages, economic life centered on the manor. Lords received manors from kings and other lords in return for military service. A manor consisted of the lord's house; cottages for his tenants; a church, mill, and workshops; and woodlands, fields, and pastures. Most of the tenants were serfs bound to the manor for life. Other tenants, called villeins, were legally free but subject to the authority of the lord.
Each villein had a contract with his lord spelling out his rights and duties. Eventually lords wrote these contracts down in account books so that everyone would know what the duties were.
The word "Chivalry" used when referring to the virtues, standards and values of Knights in the Middle ages. These laws upheld the men that followed them to a higher standard. They outlined the respect and loyalty expected of them towards The King, women, The Church, and other men of Chivalry.
the steps i have to take for my career goal:
1.get a scholarship on arts
2.go to the univercity of arts and graduate
3.get one of my work published.
1.i will clean my room when told.
2.i would clean after myself.
3.i would listen the first time.
4.i would ask before i grab/want something.
-i sarah agree to these rules
-im outgoing and like to try new things.
-i love to have fun.
-i like to have a good laugh with my friends.
-i had a a very horrible past but trying to forget about it.
-im very creative.
i had a bad life but try to make the best of it.i wanna be the first of my entire family to go to college.