First you were trained as a page. the page would serve his lord as a sort of assistant and he would also train in fighting, Wrestling, hunting and horseback. at age 14 the page would become a squire. a squire would learn chivalry, heraldry and using the weapons he would use as a knight. the next step would be when the squire finished all his training and would go through the knight ceremony. he would be dubbed by a local knight or a nobleman or even a king.
Anna knight lived in the dungion for most of her life
well, to start off, I'm pretty sure you should know how to spell "united states" correctly
Nixon was elected president and he had to follow the boundaries within the constitution. He did not have a coup to become president as your question assumes.
Another knight The Knight that the Squire is trained by, as well as, an Hereditary Knight/Baronet a Baron or Baroness a Count or Countess a Marquis or Marquise a Duke or Duchess a Royal Duke or Duchess a King/Emperor or Queen/Empress Becoming a knight was not a widely attainable goal in the medieval era. Sons of knights were eligible for the ranks of knighthood. While other young men could become knights, in theory, it was nearly impossible for them to achieve that goal, especially for those from the lowest class. Those who were destined to become knights were singled out: in boyhood, these future warriors were sent off to a castle as pages, later becoming squires. Commonly around the age of 20, knights would be admitted to their rank in a ceremony called either "dubbing" (from the French adoubement), or the "Accolade". Although these strong young men had proved their eligibility, their social status would be permanently controlled. They were expected to obey the code of chivalry at all times, though the details of what constituted chivalrous behaviour varied both regionally and over time.
the steps of become a knight were you had to be strong and you had to go through a lot of training when you were 10
first boyhood then page then squire then knight
No, Geoffrey Chaucer did not become a knight.
A boy had to be son of a knight to become a knight.
They have to become a page or a squire before they become a knight
the page - When 7the squire - when 14the knight - when 21
They didn't. A young noble boy started at 7-8 years old and got his spurs at 21 when he finished.
The only why to become a knight is if your father was a knight or you did something very very good and the lord will make you into a knight
It took 11 to 15 years to become a knight
You have to be knighted.
A knight is chosen when a squire wants to become one.