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"Squire: A fighter who has been accepted as a student by a member of the Chivalry. The relationship varies a great deal depending on the personalities involved and on the customs of the Kingdom. Since it results from a purely personal arrangement, the word 'squire' is not a title or rank. Some squires wear red belts in token of the association - a custom which is prevalent in some Kingdoms and relatively rare in others."
- The SCA Known World Handbook.

"Esquire (noun):  In medieval times, a candidate for knighthood who served a knight as an attendant and shield bearer. [Middle English 'esquire', from Old French 'escuier', from Late Latin 'scutarius', Shield Bearer, from Latin 'scutum', shield."
- American Heriatge Dictionary.

"Vassal (noun):
1. (in the feudal system) a person granted the use of land, in return for rendering homage, fealty, and usually military service or its equivalent to a lord or other superior; feudal tenant.
2. a person holding some similar relation to a superior; a subject, subordinate, follower, or retainer.
3. a servant or slave.
- American Heritage Dictionary

This website has been put together to help build a sense of brotherhood among the servants of the Order of the Chivalry of the Middle Kingdom, in the furtherance of their duties as vassals.

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