In the late 1400s in Tudor England, knights were born and bred to face combat, both on the battlefield and the tournament ground. We explore the intriguing world of medieval tournaments, highlighting the role of knights as both warriors and symbols of heroism. We also delve into the Field of the Cloth of Gold, a lavish and opulent tournament hosted by Henry VII in 1520, which became a symbol of power and prestige in Europe. This event, with its extravagant pageantry, marked the zenith of medieval tournaments.
Credit Absolute History