What Chivalry meant
The idea of Chivalry arose from medieval Europe and it was the Code of Conduct for the "Knighthood." It was based on honor religion, and bravery but also was grounded on individual training and service to others, and protection of women and the weak. To the general public of Europe the word demonstrated high social and moral values.
What were chivalrys rules
The rules knight had to follow were specific and strict. And we're called the Ten Commandments of chivalry. They instructed knight how to lead an honorable religious life.
Steps to becoming a knight
Step 1 The right connections : it was almost impossible for a peasant to be a knight because weapons were expensive, so knight were almost always from noble family's.
Step 2 Upbringing: at the age of seven boys were expected to know basic good manners, and roles of knights and chivarly
Step 3 The Page : a young boys will wait tables clean clothes and perform other duties. Then they will learn basic fighting skills and some horsemanship
Step 4 The Squire : arguably the most step to becoming a knight. A squire graduated from simple duties and started learning more advanced skills, like sword fighting , archery and jousting. And other cultural things like etiquette, music,and dancing. They aided knights in battle putting on armor and tending to horses. Many of them died adding there masters and never became knights.
Step 5 The Knight : the final step at the age 21 the squires transition into knights at a special.
The Five Steps to Knighthood : the journey from a little child to a skilled, and respected young man.