rounde table

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rounde table

  1. (Arthurian legend) Round Table
    • 1470–1483 (date produced), Thomas Malory, “[The Tale of King Arthur]”, in Le Morte Darthur (British Library Additional Manuscript 59678), [England: s.n.], folio 23, verso, lines 26–28:
      Than the moſte p[ar]ty of þe knyghtꝭ of the rounde table ſeyde that Balyne dud nat þis aduenture ony by myght but by wycche crauffte //
      Then the majority of the knights of the Round Table said that Balin didn't do that adventure only with might, but with witchcraft as well.


  • English: Round Table