Friday, December 10, 2010

Trivia with Fezzy: Week 8!

Each Friday I am posting a PA DeMolay Blog related trivia question. Each active DeMolay from Pennsylania (excluding Elected State Officers) who correctly posts their answer in the comments section of this blog will be placed in a drawing to receive 5 points for the Take Control! program and receive a special "Fezzy" gamer tag over on the points page! All you have to do is leave your answer in the comments section. On Monday morning I will randomly select one of the correct answers and award the person with the points. Answer every week and rack up some major points - it's that easy! Remember, the answer to the question can found right here on the PA DeMolay blog in a previous post. We've had 140 posts so far, but I guarantee you that it's on the blog somewhere!

So, on to the question of the week! This week, we have a three parter!

1. What book was one of the earliest to establish a knightly code? When was it penned and what event preceded it's writing?

Get answering!

Frat!-"Dad" Seth "Fezzy" Anthony


  1. Code of Chivalry in 778 and proceeded the Song of Roland

  2. Ah, Isaac. You were the only contestant, but, unfortunately, you didn't read the question carefully enough! You got parts of it right, but not exactly!

    The book was the Song of Roland, written in 778, preceded by the battle of Battle of Roncevaux Pass.

    I'm afraid that means no points this week. Check back next week for more!