The squire

Danielle,Kelsey,Freeyah,Andre.

Squire.

a man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an are

a young nobleman acting as an attendant to a knight before becoming a knight himself.

About squire.

High class kinda guy.

Lady's man.

May have a butler that takes care of everything.

He would be compared to a modern day rapper because of the high class society.

Dosnt explain his day to day life much.

role of a squire.

The role of the Medieval Squires during the Medieval times of the Middle Ages was an important step to achieving the status of a Knight. The Medieval Squire was a servant to a knight during the Medieval times and era. The Norman predecessor of what came to be known as squire were called Armigers. Medieval Squires had already served 7 years in the role of a page before moving to the role of a Squire at the age of 14 years old. As a page he was viewed as a boy, and looked after by the ladies of the court or castle. Medieval Squires were viewed as young men and had reached the age of puberty, their first step towards manhood.
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part two.

A squire's personality is described as a lover, cadet. he likes songs, poems, recite. He loved so "hotly".

  • lad of fire - hot.
  • moderate length- average height.
  • fresh- clean.
  • joust- fencing.
these are some word meanings from medieval times.

part three.

  • For the most part squire he has a positive attitude about himself!
  • he talks about how handsome he is and is a romantic and what he likes to do.
SQUIRE BECOMES A KNIGHT.

What was a Knight? A knight was a special warrior. Most knights were of noble birth.

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