After the lord on the social ladder came the knight. The path to
knighthood began at the age of seven, when a vassal sent his son to the
lord's house to become a page.
For seven years a page was cared for by the
women of the house, who instructed him in comportment, courtesy,
cleanliness, and religion. At 14 the page became a squire, a personal
attendant to a knight. From the knight he learned riding and all the skills
of war, as well as hunting, hawking, and other sports.
See also list of Medieval knights
List Of Knights
Sir Lancelot Templar
Guardians Da Vinci