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Provost
also called "Company of Masters"

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  1. was the third of four ranks, the others being Scholar, Free Scholar, and Master

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  2. a term from the London-based "Corporation of Masters of the Noble Science of Defence"

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  3. A Free Scholar could not be accredited as a Provost until he had studied under a registered Master for seven years (though this time requirement was occasionally shortened)

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  4. Acquiring the rank of Provost required a grueling Prize Playing with a variety of swords and other weapons, followed by a formal oath

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  5. Provosts were allowed to accept students and open their own fighting schools

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  6. also used as a rank in the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts, which bases its ranking system on that of the London Company of Masters

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