Viking Sword.

From various books, literary works and textbooks on world history, we are already somewhat familiar with these two concepts. First of all, these two classes of medieval society are associated in our minds with such concepts as nobility, courage, honor, duty, and other moral ideals.

And although the era of knights and samurai has passed, the knightly ethics and code of honor of the samurai have not lost their relevance in our age, the age of modern technology and progressive thinking. For us, until now, the behavior of knights and samurai, their ideals and worldview remain the standard for assessing the correctness and incorrectness of actions. From various books, literary works and textbooks on world history, we are already somewhat familiar with these two concepts. First of all, these two classes of medieval society are associated in our minds with such concepts as nobility, courage, honor, duty, and other moral ideals.

And although the era of knights and samurai has passed, the knightly ethics and code of honor of the samurai have not lost their relevance in our age, the age of modern technology and progressive thinking. For us, until now, the behavior of knights and samurai, their ideals and worldview remain the standard for assessing the correctness and incorrectness of actions. From various books, literary works and textbooks on world history, we are already somewhat familiar with these two concepts. First of all, these two classes of medieval society are associated in our minds with such concepts as nobility, courage, honor, duty, and other moral ideals.

And although the era of knights and samurai has passed, the knightly ethics and code of honor of the samurai have not lost their relevance in our age, the age of modern technology and progressive thinking. For us, until now, the behavior of knights and samurai, their ideals and worldview remain the standard for assessing the correctness and incorrectness of actions.