Has there been a female knight?
Female knights have had trials and tribulations throughout history. Bridgid of Kildare is one of the most famous. Stories of her grand military exploits even include knighting a man by cleaving his head in two with one swing of her sword. There’s also Anne de Bourgogne, who fought at the Siege on Jerusalem. She said that she was “born to make war.” Joan d’Arc was looked at as more than just a woman, but an example for all Christendom in fighting against “the foes both near and far wherever they might be found.” And Sylvie Rozenbaum became infamous for earning a place in certain sections of France’s criminal code which prohibited women from riding bicycles.