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Code of chivalry

Integritas - trustworthy
Fidelitas - Loyal
Succerrere - helpful
Benevolus - friendly
Urbanus - courteous
Benignus - kind
Referre - obedient
Hilaris - cheerful
Frugalis - thrifty
Fortitudo - brave
Abulere - clean
Sanctus - reverent

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Chivalry

Standard of virtuous behavior
Ideal code for ethical behavior
Quality of the ideal man
Honorable conduct

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Roland

Chivalrous knight

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Effects of chivalry

Families
Respect for women
Morals woven into daily life
Churches
Revival of discipline
Civic duties undergirded by Scripture
Kingdoms
Regional distinctives
Education
Discernment-based vs. skill based
Literature
Heroic action epics

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Fidelitas

When loyalty is difficult the Christian doesn't waver from his calling

On the battlefield or in relationships a believer can be counted on

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Succerrere

We don't think of ourselves first, but we think of others.
Because we are accountable, we should look it for our relationships first.
Think of the larger picture

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Benevolus

Extending goodness to others
Look for others and bestow goodness on the where we see they need it.
It's not about us

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Urbanus

Courtesy is putting our helpfulness in a form helpful to others
Respects boundaries
Acknowledging others

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Beinignus

Finding hurts in others that can be met with kindness.
We find ways to reach other's hurts

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778

Rearguard of Roland's Frankish army was ambushed

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What idea did the Song of Roland establish about chivalry?

That chivalry is the ideal code for ethical behavior

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Chansons de gestes

Songs of deeds

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Odacer

Heruli commander
Deposed roman emperor Romulus in 476