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  1. Peeps at Many LandsJapan by JohnFinnemore, 2010-10-03
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  3. Knights and Castles Things to Make and Do (Usborne Activities) by Leonie Pratt, 2006-12

61. Jousting Horse: Super Knights: Legendary Figures Gallery: Mego Museum
The jousting Horse was shown in the 1975 Mego catalog (with the Castle Playset that would be produced as the Witch s Castle Exclusive for Wizard of Oz),
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The Jousting Horse was shown in the 1975 Mego catalog (with the Castle Playset that would be produced as the Witch's Castle Exclusive for Wizard of Oz ), but never produced in the U.S. It has since been discovered in Europe, where Knights were understandbly more popular, as advertised in the '75 Baravelli catlog. Mike J's Jousting Horse is a Mego collectors dream find.
Below Kate provides us with further proof that the horse blanket was indeed released, though er photo shows the horse's blanket on a non-mego Horse. (The Jousting Horse appears to have been the stock Mego Action Stallion)
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62. Jousting With Jesters::Home
jousting with Jesters is a children s ABC book based on the story of Dennis the Dragon. Dennis goes on a quest to find his flame.
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63. Jousting - Mahalo
jousting is a sport in which two mounted knights, using a variety of weapons, compete against each other. Fast Facts Tilting with a lance, blows with the
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  • Tilting with a lance, blows with the battle axe, and strokes with the dagger or sword are apart of a tournament In combat, mounted knights would charge at their enemies with weapons to try to kill or disable them First recorded tournament took place in 1066
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    66. Liber LV - The Chymical Jousting Of BROTHER PERARDUA
    LIBER LV The Chymical jousting of BROTHER PERARDUA. With the Seven Lances That He Brake (A.A. publication in class C). He slayeth Sir Argon le Paresseux

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    He slayeth Sir Argon le Paresseux Now Brother Perardua, though he was but a Zelator of our ancient Order, had determined in himself to perform the Magnum Opus, and to procure for himself one Tincture of Double Efficacy. Not fully did he yet comprehend the Mysterium of our Art, therefore imposed he upon himself the painful sevenfold regimen. For without the Bell of Electrum Magicum of Paracelsus how should, the adept even give warning to the Powers of the Work of his entry thereunto. Yet our brother, being of stout heart- for he had been a soldier in many distant lands- began right cheerfully. His head that was hoary with eld he crowned with five petals of white lotus, as if to signify the purity of his body, and went forth into that place where is no field, nor any furrow therein; and there he sowed a scroll that had two and twenty seeds diverse. He slayeth Sir Abjad the Saracen Nor for all his care and labour could he gather therefrom more than seven planets, that shone in the blackness; and each plant beareth a single blossom that hath seven petals© one would have thought them stars; for though they were not of a verity in themselves brilliant and flashing, yet so black was that wherein they grew that they seemed brighter than suns. And these were placed one above the other in a single line and straight, even according unto seven centers of his intention that he bare about him in the hollow tube that hath thirty and two joints.

    67. VL Of Sport - Jousting
    jousting involved single mounted combat between two armoured knights , initially in preparation for war. For more details see The IJA
    home Sport Jousting Jousting involved single mounted combat between two armoured knights , initially in preparation for war. For more details see The IJA Although its origins might have dated from antiquity, the medieval tournament did not actually appear in written records until around the middle of the 10th century AD. The first recorded reference of such an organized event is dated in the year 1066, and makes mention of a certain Godfrey de Preuilly, who is described as having invented the medieval tournament. In fact, according to contemporary chronicles, he is reported to have been accidentally killed while taking part in his own invention. ( From The IJA .. read on). See also History of Jousting Origins of Jousting Several organisations are providing shows or tournaments to present re-enactment of the sport. The International Jousting Association is the governing body for the modern hard hitting extreme Pro Sport of Jousting. It promote the sport of jousting throughout the world, emphasising high standards of both horse welfare and historical accuracy. It also offers certification in

    68. Medieval Knights-Jousting
    Medieval Knights, jousting and Tournaments, rules, pageantry, and kings.
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    As the sport of the Medieval Knights, jousting had no rival throughout the Middle Ages, and even down to the end of the 16th Century, he who "justed beste of all" was the finest sportsman. The rules and ceremonies of tournaments were defined by the same rigor as the chivalry itself. They were arranged by heralds according to the strictest ritual, and differed little if at all in different countries. Jousting Scene-15th Century. The Barrier Which Parted The Lists Is Clearly Shown
    Beside their armorial bearings, the combatants used many devices in honor of their ladies, or for disguise. To honor a lady, a combatant might wear for example "a red sleeve broidered with pearls", or he might choose to remain unknown and wear arms all of one color as the Black Knight in Ivanhoe. The arms and armor were those used in battle: swords, lances, battle-axes. The earliest tourneys were fought with blunted weapons, but soon, however, the knights found this insufficient, thirsting for a more stringent test of courage, more worthy of the honor of the Medieval Knights. Jousting, and especially the tournaments became very real imitations of war, in which sharp swords and lances were used. If the horse did not swerve, and the lances did not break, and either knight aimed true and held his lance firm, mortal wounds were often given. If both knights were unhurt and kept their seats, they wheeled their horses and charged again with fresh lances, till one or both were unhorsed. Then the victor also dismounted, and the combat was continued on foot with swords.

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    70. Royal Armouries Museum - The Home Of World Jousting
    Join in the celebrations with a spectacular fourday international jousting tournament over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. Cheer on our Royal Armouries
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    72. R/C Jousting Knights | Evil Genius Chronicles
    I got an email from Think Geek about these Radio Controlled jousting Knights and for a second, I had that I ve got to have this feeling. I don t need them,
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    73. Knight Life #4: The Joust
    When we think of the knight in shining armor, we almost automatically think of the grand joust. It s hard not to imagine the thunderous hoofbeats and the
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    When we think of the knight in shining armor, we almost automatically think of the grand joust. It's hard not to imagine the thunderous hoofbeats and the roar of the crowd as two knights race towards each other in a test of skill and nerve. The joust grew from the chaotic melee of the tournament . As restrictions were put on this dangerous form of combat practice, an event designed to test the horsemanship and weapons skill of the individual knight evolved, and eventually became the focus of the merry spectacle of the tourney. In the joust the knight used the lance, a weapon specifically designed for mounted combat. At first jousters would simply spur their horses towards one another, weapons ready, each attempting to push the other off his horse. Once on the ground, his battle was as good as lost, for the mounted warrior could run him down, trample him, or spear him with his lanceall while out of reach of the land-bound fighter. When the joust came to represent the horsemanship of the fighter, safeguards evolved. The lance was fitted with a three-pronged tip, a

    74. Jousts And Tournaments
    The joust was a type of medieval sport which consisted of two horses charging at each other from opposite directions with a rider holding a sharp lance.
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    Hoofbeats thunder on the hard dirt. The big heavy armor clacks as one knight fights another. The king watches with interest as two lances smash together at full force. One man falls to the hard dirt ground. That's what happens at the scene of a joust. Tournaments started in France in the 11th century. They were public contests of courage and skill. Usually they were held to entertain royalty. They fought on an enclosed field. Many knights died. Many peasants were also killed when the horses went out of control. The armor was hot and stuffy. It weighed about 50 pounds. Some gloves were molded together and could not move. The horses the knights used were stallions. They are strong and nimble. The horses had to wear armor too. The ladies would give her favorite knight something like a scarf or a glove to show that he was their "special" knight. There was another kind of tournament called the melee. The melee consists of two teams with flags on their backs using clubs and blunt swords. The object was to knock the flags off. One of the less popular tournaments was on water. Where one knight had a lance and tried to knock his opponent off his boat while other people rowed forward. They also had martial arts and kickboxing. Lots of knights made money from tournaments. Tournaments were the highlight of castle life. A herald or knight issue a challenge. People made wooden stands decorated with pennants for the royalty. Small tents were made for the peasants. People were hired to keep track of the winners. Anyone was allowed to enter if they had a suit of armor, a horse , and a sword and shield.

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    76. Joust™
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    It’s a terrific combination of medieval jousting and Jurassic dangers that was a great game when it debuted in arcades, and it's just as fun and addictive today. Still striking are the game's sound effects, which will immediately evoke the Golden Age of Gaming as soon as you hear them. Don't miss this one. Thy winged steed awaits, Sire!
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    77. AMD Offering Blueprint For $185 PC | CNET
    AMD offering blueprint for $185 PC Personal Internet Communicator is geared toward families in socalled emerging markets, such as China and India.
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    Published: October 22, 2004, 12:15 PM PDT TalkBack E-mail Print Digg this update Advanced Micro Devices plans to unfurl next week a blueprint for building a low-price computer aimed at providing Internet access to people in so-called emerging markets. Dubbed the Personal Internet Communicator, the machine is geared toward families who make the equivalent of between $1,000 and $6,000 annually. Three companies in India and Latin America will be among the first to market versions of the machine, an AMD representative said. The Personal Internet Communicator, or PIC as AMD calls it, will cost about $185 without a display. To reach that price, AMD selected several standard PC components, including one of its own Geode x86 processors, 128MB of Samsung RAM and a 10GB Seagate hard drive. The company also specifies a version of Microsoft's Windows CE operating system, fitted with Windows XP-extensions, allowing it to provide consumers with a graphical interface, e-mail, Web browsing, instant messaging and word processing. The PIC machines will also be able to play multimedia files and show PDF and PowerPoint files, AMD said.

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    79. Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk : On Juggling, Unicycles, And Jousting
    Yet I have to admit, I’ve never actually seen programmers juggle, ride unicycles, or even joust. I have seen my share of golf in the hallways,
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    BusinessWeek has an article this week about the hiring binge at some companies in the bay area are doing (ok, Yahoo! and Google). The article raises a number of the standard “new high-tech hiring” clich©s that are worth talking about because they seem to repeat themselves. Programmers At Work , for me this article represented the best coverage of the programming culture I had seen to date (Steven Levy’s book Hackers later captured the spirit brilliantly).

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