Knighthood

Knighthood, a distinction granted to commoners, ranking next to baronet, now bestowed by the crown; formerly knighthood was a military order, any member of which might create new knights; it was originally the highest rank of Chivalry (q.v.); it was an order of many subdivisions developed during the crusades, and in full flower before the Norman conquest of England.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Knight, Charles * Knights of Labour
Klaus, Peter
Klausthal
Kléber, Jean Baptiste
Kleist, Heinrich von
Klondike
Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb
Knaresborough
Kneller, Sir Godfrey
Knickerbocker
Knight, Charles
Knighthood
Knights of Labour
Knights of the Round Table
Knights of the Shire
Knowles, Sheridan
Know-nothings
Knox, John
Kobdo
Koch, Robert
Kock, Charles Paul de
Koheleth

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