What was the job of a Medieval knight?

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A medieval knight was a person who belonged to the warrior class in the UK during the middle ages. The duties of a medieval knight included serving and protecting the kings and the nobility for which they would get fiefs. It was their duty to ensure that the nobility were safe even if it called for putting their lives on the line.
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Keep the king away in dangerous of fight.
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Medieval knights ate bread, cheese , vegetables, and honey. They drank ale and milk. Meat was not eaten often unless you were wealthy then it was some sort of game.
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Clothing was an important part of the knight's overall suit, given that the armor would heat up in the sun and burn the knight without the insulation provided by the clothing. The
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I think it would be running the local estate for his lord. Lord ment god but also like a local governor. Keeping local order and if the knight is high enough in rank, he would have
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A medieval knight's job was to serve the king as long as he lived, protect the people in a kingdom and also fought for the king. The knights were also law keepers in medieval times. Medieval knights were guided by a code of law called chivalry which meant training and service to others.
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