King Arthur's Round Table


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Noun1.King Arthur's Round Table - (legend) the circular table for King Arthur and his knights
legend, fable - a story about mythical or supernatural beings or events
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When we got back to the hotel, King Arthur's Round Table was ready for us in its white drapery, and the head waiter and his first assistant, in swallow-tails and white cravats, brought in the soup and the hot plates at once.
Who was the heaviest knight at King Arthur's round table? Sir Cumference.
| 1989: Burke's Peerage reported that King Arthur's Round Table had been found near Stirling, Scotland, on the banks of the Carron River.
Through the years, King Arthur's round table became a known symbol of equality across knights, barons, lords, and other medieval head honchos.
Arthur finds a stowaway child who wants to be a knight, tells the boy to go back to England and when he grows up, to tell everyone about the beautiful, lost ideals of King Arthur's Round Table. The boy, Tom of Warwick, is played by 11-year-old Connor Truax, a sixth-grader at Spencer Butte Middle School.
It's all the way back to King Arthur's Round Table. It's like in "Game of Thrones.''
Adapted from a 13th-century manuscript, it's a fairly predictable tale about a Scottish official who must prove his worth to win a seat at King Arthur's Round Table.
Nearby is King Arthur's Round Table - a circular earthwork bank surrounded by a ditch - which is not as impressive as Mayburgh and is unfortunately sliced off at one side by a road.
1989: Burke's Peerage reported that what was claimed to be King Arthur's Round Table had been found near Stirling, Scotland, by the Carron River.
The roundest knight at King Arthur's round table was Sir Cumference.