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participation and membership is the Squire. Direct Single Pay Contribution with Single Participation for one time donation. Starting in the Middle Ages, a squire was the shield- or armor-bearer of a knight. At times, a squire acted as a knight's errand runner. 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.

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Medieval Squire

A Medieval squire was the final rank before a boy became a knight. He  first served as Page for a medieval Lord from the age of 7. He served in this role for 7 years and when he reached the age of 14, he was  promoted to the rank of a squire.

A Squire served on his lord, learned fighting skills and court  etiquette, chivalry and warfare. When the squire reached the age of 21,  he was then assessed by the Lord for a possible promotion to knighthood  which was dependent on his performance.
 

Medieval Squire Definition

In the medieval period, a squire was someone who accompanied a knight as  his shield and armor-bearer. Typically, a squire was a teenager and  earned the title of Squire at the age of 14. He would then accompany the knight onto the battlefield, to prove his mettle and to show his  loyalty to the lord. Before battles, squire was also required to perform different tasks as his lord may require, such as readying the horse and weapons.

The early life of a squire typically started as a page boy. Services as a page boy were offered to the lord at a very young age, as early as the  7th year. In the position of a page, the boy was typically assigned to  the ladies of the court who put him to different tasks as they saw fit.

 

Until the age of 14 or 15, the boy was required to continue serving as a page and if he proved loyal and his performance satisfactory, the lord would then promote him to the title and position of a squire.

Medieval squires were required to undergo different forms of education which  played a role in their esteem as a squire and their chance of being  promoted to a knight one day.

They had to learn the code of chivalry, horsemanship, swordsmanship and  marksmanship, the rules of heraldry as well as a number of athletic  skills to help them on the battlefield. Moreover, the squire was  expected to be well-acquainted with music, dance, jousting as well as  various elements of court etiquette.
 

Medieval Squire Training to Fight

A Medieval squire was trained in many different disciplines in order to  accomplish him as a fighter. To that end, he excelled at swordsmanship,  was especially trained in horsemanship of different horses and the  ability to handle them well.

He also learned the art of defending a castle and siege warfare. The  squire was trained diligently at wielding the lance and complementing it with the apt use of the shield. Rigorous training and tournaments  provided squires with an opportunity to show off these acquired fighting skills.

 

 

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