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Transvestite Knights in the Thirteenth Century March 7, 2011

Author: Beach Combing | in : Medieval
Transvestite Knights in the Thirteenth Century

Ulrich von Liechtenstein (obit 1278) was a standard thirteenth-century knight. He had castles (three of them). He fought – above all, in Eastern Germany. And he also dressed up as a woman and rode from Maestre (Venice) up to Vienna. Yes, yes, Beachcombing stopped too when he first read this many years ago. But now […]