Inshe was thrown from her horse during a battle and eventually turned over to church officials, who charged her with witchcraft, heresy and dressing as a man. A knight's code of conduct included: mercy, humility, honor, sacrifice, faithfulness, courage, utmost graciousness and courtesy toward women.
The young trainee was required to hit the center of the shield and when he did, the dummy would make a complete spin. Knights began fighting while riding large and powerful horses called warhorses. And the best way to acquire the highest level of combat skills was competing in tournaments, the favorite pastime of the knights.
There was even a fashion for three-dimensional figures mounted on the crest which represented anything from stag horns to dragons.
The first was earning the right on the battlefield. After the fall of Jerusalem they moved to the island of Rhodes and to Malta. Some portions of the armies of Germanic peoples who occupied Europe from the 3rd century AD onward had been mounted, and some armies, such as those of the Ostrogothswere mainly cavalry.
As there were local aristocratic ladies present, tournaments were also a chance to display some chivalry. The knights protected themselves with a shield and full armour which was often specialised for jousting so that the face and arms were better protected but mobility was compromised.
He would take care of the knight's horses, clean his armor and weapons, and accompany the knight to the battlefield.
Knights rendering Personal Service at Emperor's Table Education played an important role in the formation of the knights. Then the king would use that money to pay soldiers to fight. The knight was charged with the obligation of learning the art of war and adhering to the code of chivalry.