Vespers Tourney


Vespers Tourney
A tourney held on the eve of a larger event, where the younger knights bachelor and squires have an opportunity to demonstrate their prowess before the other knights and assembled gallery. Often fought as a bйhourd, using blunted, ash or whalebone weapons and modified armour.

Medieval glossary. 2014.

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