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Originating in France and referred to by others as “French combat” (confictus Gallicus), tournaments started without rules or lists as an agreed-upon clash of opposing units.  Though justified as training exercises, the impulse was the love of fighting.  Becoming more regulated and mannered, they took two forms:  Jousts by individuals, and melees by groups of up to forty on a side, either a plaisance with blunted weapons of a outrance with no restraints, in which case participants might be severely wounded and infrequently killed.  Tournaments proliferated as the noble’s primary occupation dwindled.  Under the extended rule of monarchy, he had less need to protect his own fief, while a class of professional ministers was gradually taking his place around the crown. The less he had to do, the more energy he spent in tournaments artificially re-enacting his role.

A tournament might last as long as a week and on great occasions two. Opening day was spent matching and seeding the players, followed by days set apart for jousts, for melees, for a rest day before the final tourney, all interspersed with feasting and parties. These occasions were the great sporting events of the time, attracting crowds of bourgeois spectators from rich merchants to common artisans, mountebanks, food vendors, prostitutes, and pickpockets.  About a hundred knights usually participated, each accompanied by two mounted squires, an armorer, and six servants in livery.  The knight had of course equip himself with painted and gilded armor and crested helmet costing from 25 to 50 livres, with a war-horse costing from 25 to 100 livres in addition to his traveling palfrey, and with banners and trappings and fine clothes. Though the expense could easily bankrupt him, he might also come away richer, for the loser in combat had to pay a ransom and the winner was awarded his opponent’s horse and armor, which he could sell back to him or to anyone.  Gain was not recognized by chivalry, but it was present at tournaments.[234]

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The New York Times: Medieval Scholars Joust With White Nationalists. And One Another..
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/05/arts/the-battle-for-medieval-studies-white-supremacy.html

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