The Chivalric Code of Knights, the Reason the Coat of Arms Was Created, the Bubonic Plague Creating the Merchant Class in England, the Use of Coat of Arms to Prove Familial Status, the Original Intent of the Bowler Hat, and the Reason Chivalry Demanded Men Open Doors For Women Throughout Antiquity

The Chivalric Code held great importance during the 14th century as it was considered a contract between the English and French. The Chivalric Code stated that if a knight was pinned and saw no chance of winning, the knight could surrender to eachother, be exchanged for a ransom, and live to fight another day. Peasant fighters had no such contract and were at the mercy of the battle field itself. The Chivalric Code was abandoned after the invention of the long bow as battles could now be done fr...

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