Knights of the Round Table

British - The chosen knights of King Arthur's. Court. The Round Table provided places for 150 knights and 100 were sent by Leodegrance with the table as Guinevere's dowry on her marriage to Arthur. Merlin, authorised to find fifty more, found only twenty-eight suitable knights. Each knight took a yearly oath to fight only in just causes and not for personal gain, to protect women and respect their persons, to use force only when necessary, never to commit murder or treason and to grant mercy when it was asked for. Among these knights, the most honoured were Galahad, Gareth, Gawain, Kay, Lamerock, Lancelot, Percival, Tristram, Mark, Mordred, Palamedes and Torre. Others included were Accolon, Bleoberis, Bedivere, Bors, Dornar, Ector, Gaheris, Galahaut, Lionel, Marhaus, Owain, Pelleas, Pellimore, Sagramore, Turkin and Vanoc. Sometimes referred to as Knights of the Round Table.

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