Samurai And Knights Similarities

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Between the samurai and knights. I think that the similarities are greater than their differences because the similarities are bigger than the differences and there are more differences. The time period of the samurai and the knights was from 1000 to 1600 CE. The warriors of Japan were called Samurai. The warriors of Europe were called Knights. Both of them ruled their country from their name and their power. On the other side of the world, Japanese Emperors and the Imperial court was challenged by the rise of Clans. They both played a very important role in the times they were in. Both groups had a type of system that was used in order for them to be able to do something which is called Feudalism. The two groups had completely different type…show more content…
The samurai and knights would respect and follow anyone they could. If they wanted ad knelt to there lord and pledged for loyalty and military support. They started training or doing different things at different ages. In Japan it meant to give from father to son which is called Herocletary. The main similarities was that they both had physical training and weapon training. The main difference was the comparison of the age difference. The samurai actually became warriors at the age of fourteen with the genupku. The knights didn’t become knights in tell the age of twenty one. At age four or five they would learn to ride a pony. The samurai woman would not fight on the battlefield they were taught to defend their homes by invaders. A knight at seven or eight would serve as the fathers overload or be more powerfully relative. The samurai warriors wouldn't have to accompany their master by feeding him, going on the battlefield with him, dress him, care for his horses, then they would be deemed worthy to become a…show more content…
There are a lot of important similarities throughout the documents like they had great manners and great education. They had a lot of important differences like they were from two different countries Europe and Japan. Both there codes meant different things loyalty and to be respectful to the king. Both the samurai and the knights had really important roles. They had different types of lifestyles and they used different weapons. They would become knights and samurai at different ages and start training for things at different ages. They were both great warriors and lived in different countries which doesn’t mean they both are great. There were a huge difference message between life and death because you should spend your time
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