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Social Studies test

Chapter 13 test

QuestionAnswer
What age were you for the first step of knighthood? 7
What age were you for the second step of knighthood? 14
What age were you for the last step of knighthood? 21
What was the first step of knighthood called? page
What was the second step of knighthood called? squire
What was the third step of knighthood called? Knight
What does a page do? At the age of 7 a noble boy is sent to a castle to learn all of the rules of a knight.
What does a squire do? at the age of 14 a noble boy is the servant of a knight
What is a knight? a man, usually of noble birth, who after an apprenticeship as page and squire was raised to honorable military rank and bound to chivalrous conduct.
Which set of values did Chivalry follow? bravery, honesty, loyalty and courteous.
Songs and poems were written about...? Knights loyalty to the woman he loved.
What did knights mainly trade military services for? land.
What did knights devote most of their time to improving? their fighting skills.
What was the code of conduct for knights? chivalry.
knights got punished for? brutality of the weak.
These women were in the majority during the early Middle Ages.They held no power, worked in the fields, took care of their families, and struggled to survive. peasant women.
a woman who could sometimes rule the land when their husbands were away from home, could not inherit land,but who's main role was to take care of their home and children. noble woman.
What did knights often use their new wealth for. weapons,armor,saddles,stirrups,and horses
had very little power,were taught they were inferior to men by the Church,and were limited to activities in the home What was a woman's role in mid evil society.
Long poems and stories about the king were. epics
Created by: 19jlucey