Courtship (4/5)

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A popular tradition throughout the Medieval world and beyond, courtship was the process of instigating a romance between two people of upper class status, who may or may not already be betrothed in which the man would attempt to win over the woman through deeds of chivalry. Often, however, this could involve bizarre rituals. Men would often sneak into their lady’s bedchambers to leave letters of poetry, and would embark on dangerous journeys in order to prove themselves a worthy groom.

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