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Popularity of knight-robbery in the 15th century in Germany, Poland and Silesia
I've found the term Raubritter (German), which is translated to Robber-knight, and I was wondering - was it a popular thing in the 15th century? Were there many such knights? If they were tolerated by ...
Feb 14 '13 at 13:18
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