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Knights code of chivalry dating back to the dark ages

Geoffrey Chaucer exhibited Medieval Courtly Love for the beautiful Blanche, the wife of John of Gaunt.

The romance of Medieval Courtly Love practised during the Medieval times of the Middle Ages was combined with the Code of Chivalry and the art of Chivalry.

There were strict rules of courtly love and the art of Medieval Courtly Love was practised by the members of the courts across Europe during the Medieval times and era.

It takes its name from chevalier, the French word for knight.

Chivalry included the values of honor, valor, courtesy, and purity, as well as loyalty to a lord, a cause, or a noblewoman.

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The culture of chivalry remained popular in the late Middle Ages and well into the Renaissance.