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chapter I|35 pages

Chivalry and its Place in History

ByF. J. C. Hearnshaw

chapter II|19 pages

The Beginnings of Medieval Chivalry

ByE. F. Jacob

chapter III|24 pages

The Chivalry of France

ByF. S. Shears, L. L. és, D. de l’Univ.

chapter 4|27 pages

The Chivalry of Germany

ByH. G. Atkins, M.A. D.Lit

chapter 5|32 pages

The Chivalry and Military Orders of Spain

ByA. R. Pastor, B. Litt, D. Phil

chapter 6|26 pages

The Chivalry of Portugal

ByEdgar Prestage

chapter VII|15 pages

Chivalry in Medieval English Poetry

ByIsrael Gollanez

chapter VIII|24 pages

Medieval Courtesy Books and the Prose Romances of Chivalry

ByA. T. Byles

chapter IX|22 pages

Chivalry and the Idea of a Gentleman

ByA. W. Reed