A Matter Of Chivalry Quiz
A brief look at Chivalry through the ages. 10 Questions.
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Chivalry, or the 'Chivalric code', is the traditional code of conduct associated with which medieval institution?
The word 'Chivalry' is derived from the French term for which military discipline?
Originally a behavioural code of conduct promoting honour, bravery, restraint etc., with what is 'Chivalry' more associated today?
Which latter day song illustrates the medieval concept of battlefield courage, loyalty, gallantry, and the forfeit of cowardice?
"Tie a Yellow Ribbon"
"Give Peace a Chance"
"Two Little Boys"
In which of Shakespeare's plays does Lysander show 'chivalry' in his readiness to undertake great deeds to prove he has a courageous heart and noble spirit?
"Romeo and Juliet"
"A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Which 'chivalrous' English King married Catherine of Braganza, the daughter of the King of Portugal, but would not divorce her even though she bore him no children?
Who is reputed to have placed his cloak over a puddle in order to prevent Queen Elizabeth I from muddying her shoes?
Sir Francis Drake
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Sir Francis Walsingham
Sir Walter Raleigh
What "Song" of around 778 AD describes the 'Knights Code of Chivalry'?
"The Song of Roland"
"The Song of Henry"
"The Song of Solomon"
"The Song of Arthur"
Which of the following is not Included in the Duke of Burgundy's description of the 'Knight's Code of Chivalry'?
Which of the following is considered a 'Chivalrous' act toward a lady in the modern day?
Paying half the cost in a restaurant
Letting her sit in the front seat of the car
Giving her your seat
Treating her as if she were an equal
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