Tournament (medieval)

Tournament (medieval)

A tournament, or tourney (from Old French torneiement, tornei) is the name popularly given to chivalrous competitions or mock fights of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (12th to 16th centuries). It is one of various types of hastiludes.

Read more about Tournament (medieval):  Definition, Origins, Shape of The Tournament, Popularity and Prohibitions, Bohorts, Tirocinia and Urban Festivities, Jousting and The Tournament, Equipment, Tournaments As An Art Form, Later Days, Primary Sources

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Tournament (medieval) - Primary Sources
... There are a few surviving tournamentbooks describing the style, horsemanship and rules of the tournamentsof the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as accounts of tournaments. 1219 Sarrazin, Le Roman du Hem, poetic account of a tournamentof 1275 ... Book of Chivalry and Questions Concerning the Joust, Tournamentsand War by Geoffroi de Charny, 14th century Chronicles of Jean Froissart, 14th century Livro da ensinanca de bem cavalgar (1438) TraictiƩ de la forme ...