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Medieval horse

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_MG_6325 | berber.maarsingh@yahoo.nl | Flickr

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This is a simple image of a King. I used this to describe the passing over of the Kingdom of Denmark to Young Fortinbras. At the end of the novel, Hamlet gives him the kingdom. I believe this photo represents that because it shows a young King kind of "walking away" with the power they now have.

Todo sea por el honor del Páramo, la tierra de las sombras y los gigantes dormidos. La tierra donde el viento frío cala los huesos, la tierra donde los ombúes consumen demonios, donde una mística bruja se sienta a la derecha del Señor y Guardián. Donde una pequeña niña puede murmurar ordenes a las criaturas más poderosas de la tierra. Primera parte de una saga. Obra Publicada.

Knights were the wealthiest and best trained warriors in the entire medieval world. Description from randomrocker.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Doers of good, protectors of the innocent, defenders of the church, rescuers of damsels in distress, participants in tournaments - these all come to mind when Medieval knights are mentioned. And these same knights are usually pictured wearing shiny armour and riding a magnificent steed. How true is this depiction?