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Squire

Discover the fascinating world of squires and learn about their important role throughout history. From medieval times to modern day, explore the duties and responsibilities of squires and find inspiration from famous examples.
https://flic.kr/p/gwvkA | The Squire, Kentwell Hall 1578 | A squire in training at <a href="http://www.kentwell.co.uk">Kentwell Hall</a>.  The  <a href="http://www.kentwell.co.uk/Re-Creations/index.html">Great Annual Tudor Re-Creation"</a> features 300+ dedicated re-enactors in costume and in character around the Elizabethan house, farm and grounds. This year was 1578.  View this location in <a href="http://www.robogeo.com/Flickr2Map/?type=map&view=hybrid" target="_blank">Google ... Tudor Fashion, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Fair, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Clothing, 16th Century Mens Fashion, 17th Century Clothing, Servant Clothes, Cinderella Play

A squire in training at Kentwell Hall. The Great Annual Tudor Re-Creation" features 300+ dedicated re-enactors in costume and in character around the Elizabethan house, farm and grounds. This year was 1578. View this location in Google Maps | Google Earth (Download Google Earth)

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What does "Esquire" mean? http://lawschooli.com/what-does-esquire-mean/ Medieval Fair, Medieval Knight, Medieval History, Feudal System, Clips, Dragon Knight, Knighthood, Knight In Shining Armor, Charlemagne

The title Esquire (often abbreviated as “Esq.) is a term typically used in the United States to designate a person who may practice law. The title Esquire, which may apply to a man or a woman, goes after the person’s name. So I could say: “Hello, this is Joshua Craven, Esquire.” This modern meaning employed

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