Saturday, May 28, 2011
8. Charny asks: A knight sallies out all armed without any covering as above to tourney on a beautiful destrier. And when it comes time to ride out to the attack, this knight mounts a different horse. And an unarmed man mounts the horse he has got down from. And an unarmed man mounts the horse he has got down from. And during the tourney, while he is struggling against that knight, that horse that the knight rode on and dismounted follows into the middle of the field, completely beyond the stakes. So some others catch the horse and take it to their boundary of the field and knock down the unarmed man who was on it and they say that they have won it. The knight says no. How should it be according to the law of arms for tourneys?
Posted by Steve Muhlberger at 11:03 AM