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Jousting, also known as tilting, is a European martial competition between two mounted combattants, which enjoyed its peak popularity in the 14th to 16th centuries. Combattants were typically armed with a lance, which they would use to attempt to unhorse their opponent. Today, modern jousters may compete in full-contact jousting (involving body protection based on mediaeval armour), or in jousting against targets (such as rings or quintains).
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