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Of course with his head in the books and full of stories he dreams of the Arthurian ideal of the Knight. And strives to mimic their courage.

Prinzessin Kätherlin {Haus von Höhn-Stauffenshausen} of Swabienland, also Lady Kätherlin of Battiscombe (July 17, 1126-February 9, 1200). She could handle her own with a sword, joust, & horse. She spoke German, English, & Danish. Known in German as, "die Prinzessin Ritter"; married to Lord Georg & had 5 children but the marriage was unhappy.

Balaclava in the form of a Nemean lion from a all'antica ensemble with Buckler (A 693A) | Filippo Negroli | dated 1541

What Medieval Profession Would You Have?

Fashion model Natalia Vodianova transforms to a golden armor girl for the cover page of Harper’s Bazaar UK December 2010 issue. Lensed by Michelangelo di Battista, the Russian beauty stands strong and confident in the studio image.