DBQ Essay Bryan Orozco 9-11-14 4th period There are plenty types of warriors but for now I’m only going to write about samurais and knights. They both are sworn to oaths to the lord to protect their city. Loyalty towards the feudal lord in Japan was hereditary. The samurai’s life didn’t belong to himself but to the lord. At all times must they follow the kings and lords commands and If not followed then there are greatly dishonored.
The kleros supported the Spartiates and their families and also provided the food that was then contributed by the Spartiates to their syssition. All Spartiates were required to become full-time soldiers who then owed their total obedience to the State. They had to conform to strict social behaviour, had to be brave in battle, obey the laws of their superiors and the State and all sacrificed their individuality to the state. The Spartiates therefore lived by a code of honour involving courage, loyalty, endurance and obedience. Those who disobeyed the laws of the State and their superiors lost their citizenship and were considered as part of the Inferiors.
It’s as if it were written in order to gain pride in their country and its warriors amongst the rest. The author simply wrote to express pride in his hero Beowulf and to display the warriors of his time. The only lessons that were learned were the mere fact that it was widely accepted and encouraged to fight for one’s self or for one’s country, or die fighting. The moral was that to always be a warrior.
A Knight’s loyalty to his leader was generally based on a legal contract rather than moral obligation, like a Samurai has. Document E shows that a Samurai devotes his entire life to his duty, while a Knight does not. If a Samurai should break their code, they will be punished or killed, while breaking the code of honor for a Knight will have them disgraced and rarely killed (unless it’s a
What is an Armorbearer? Traditionally, an armorbearer is one who saw to the safety of his officer. In battle, he would carry the officer’s shield, and many times, would lay down his own life to protect that officer. The armorbearer understood the role he had been put in as a protector, one designed to see to the needs of another before his own. In fact, the needs of others superseded his own needs.
This has caused many to make up a false persona of who Genghis Khan was. He was a great ruler who was respected by loyal subjects and followers, and who does not deserve disapproval from ignorant people. There are some notable personal and political events in the Great Khan’s life, which impacted his decision to unify the Mongol people. He grew up in tribal violence, murder, abandonment and fear, which helped shape his character and also gave him a strong survival instinct. “Hunting, trading, herding, and fighting formed a seamless web of subsistence activities in the lives of the early Mongols” (17).
People obey laws and orders set by their government because they are subjected to do so under the Social Contract in order to protect themselves. In turn, the laws and orders the government pass should help to protect the people within the society. In this novel, the farmers face the cruel reality of losing their homes and jobs, forcing them to seek ways for them and their family to survive. In this case, the government has the very least responsibility of providing the citizens with basic needs of survival such as shelter. The government created camps in attempt to provide this basic support.
How –to –book On the Perfect knight By: De ’Angelo Coleman 11/27/12, World history Mrs. Washington The knight’s role and responsibilities * It was the duty of a Knight to learn how to fight and so serve their Lord according to the code of chivalry. * The Code of chivalry dictated that a Knight should be brave and fearless in battle but would also exhibit cultured Knightly qualities showing themselves to be devout courteous and generous. * A Knight would be expected to guard the Castle and support his liege lord in medieval warfare. * A knight in medieval times often would be given land and people to tend and while a castle sometimes came with the deal the seriousness of defending the
This shows us the determination that they possessed inside of them therefore allowing them to personal fears behind them and fight to make a name and a life for themselves. The buffalo soldiers were not in these wars to protect their nation, they were in these wars to