#3 Thou shalt not knowingly strive to break up a correct love affair that someone else is engaged in.#4 Thou shalt not choose for thy love anyone whom a natural sense of shame forbids thee to marry. #6 Thou shalt not have many who know of thy love affair.#7 Being obedient in all things to the commands of ladies, thou shalt ever strive to ally thyself to the service of love. #11 Thou shalt be in all things polite and courteous.#8 In giving and receiving love’s solaces let modesty be ever present. #12 In practicing the solaces of love, thou shalt not exceed the desires of thy lover.A few other traits were courage, being humble, obedient and chaste.They lived to serve their king and country and to defend the crown.Andreas Capellanus, a twelfth century author and courtier wrote the twelve chief rules of chivalrous courtly love.[Read: How to find love] These days, it may seem out of its elements but if you’re a man who craves to know the real beginning of chivalry in love, here’s your answer.
#2 Thou shalt keep thyself chaste for the sake of her whom thou lovest.
[Read: How to propose to your girlfriend] And to this day, a lady craves for the same bearing that drew her to the medieval knights.
She just wants to be respected, loved and taken care of.
The knight without the horse To be quite frank, it’s not easy to follow most of the ancient rules of chivalry.
And those rules don’t really teach the knight to throw his cloak down for his lady to step on either.
As long as you can give your lady love, comfort and security, she would fall more in love with you and your chivalrous nature, even if she isn’t really into chivalry in the first place.