Friday, May 27, 2011

W 23

23.  Charny asks:   And if by chance it was judged that the companion above was not at all nor should be at war for defending the house of his neighbor, since he was not armed except in the house.   What if he went out of his fortress to attack them at a distance with his lance or on horseback and yet he did not do any damage, and he retreated back in the fortified house.   Would he be able to say with reason that he was not at war?

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