Why did the French lose at Agincourt?
The French moved too many men en mass, the result was that in the narrowness of the front the men were packed too closely together, unable to load and fire their crossbows and bows and swing their arms carrying swords and axes.
Which advancement helped the English to defeat the French at the Battle of Agincourt?
The English and Welsh archers carried a more powerful bow than their fathers and grandfathers under Edward III and the Black Prince. Armour piercing arrow heads made this weapon more deadly than its predecessor, stocks of thousands of arrows being built up in the Tower of London in preparation for war.
Did Agincourt end chivalry?
The Battle of Agincourt in 1415 is a watershed moment in the history of chivalry and knighthood. … Agincourt thus became symbolic of the triumph of the “commoner” over the knightly nobility; of grit and determination over chivalry and gallantry.