The table could fit 150 knights, so if you allot 3 ft. per knight, you get a circumference of approximately 450 ft. and a diameter of around 143 ft.
they were knighted by king Arthur
It was to show that they were all equal - no-one was more important than the others.
Probably Sir Percival. This is the best answer I could find, since the ages of the knights are usually not specifically stated. But it also depends on what point in time you're referring to, since new knights were added as time went on while others, such as Tristram, died. At one point Sir Ector De Maris was the youngest (as stated in "The Champions of the Round Table"), but this was before Percival was knighted.
150 knights can be seated around the Round Table. I few of the well known knights are Lancelot, Sir Gawain, Sir Galahad, Sir Percival and others.
Answer: No. Knights were (and are) by definition male. A knight's wife assumes the title of "lady". The female equivalent of a knighthood is a "dame". Answer: I am unaware of any female Knight of the Round Table, but there is no reason why one should not have existed. There was certainly a famous female knight in the Matter of France, named Bradamante; these works were contemporary with the medieval literature on the Round Table… Read More
Sir Lancelot and Sir Gawain are mostly known.
there were 25 in total at the table here r the names: kyng Author, Sir Galahallt, Sir Launcelot Deulake,Sir Gauen,Sir Percyvale,Sir Lyonell,Sir Trystram Delyens,Sir Garethe,Sir Bedwere,Sir Blubrys,Sir Lacotemale Tayle,Sir Lucane,Sir Plomyde,Sir Lamorak,Sir Bors De Ganys,Sir Safer,Sir Pelleus,Sir Kay,Sir Ectorde Marys,Sir Dagonet,Sir Degore,Sir Brumear,Sir Lybyus Dysconyus,Sir Alynore,Sir Mordrede.. now these may look like there spelled wrong but there not its just written in an older laungege making it weird if you want the transe lation or… Read More
King Arthur wanted everyone to be equal
According to legend they were the greatest champions of chivalry and the personal companions of King Arthur. There were 150 of them.The Knights of the Round Table were people in the legends about King Arthur. They were highest honored knights in the kingdom, and lived in King Arthur's personal castle, Camelot. They were called that because of a special table in Camelot, that was round instead of rectangular. This meant that everyone who sat around… Read More
What a novel suggestion! However, it's now widely believed that King Arthur and his 'knights' were originally based on Roman Britons resisting Anglo-Saxon invaders between about 510 and 550 AD. This is all very far removed from Africa and Africans.
they were chosen cause of their qualitys to protect others
There was no last knight at the end of the round table, because the table was round and there was no leader and everyone had a say.
150 was the number of knights
i have no answer
in a word no
the knights of the round table were established by king arthur and arthur was the king of camelot. thus all the knights were from camelot.
the green night was at your moms house, then it just so happened that the round table was shoved up hers..
there were 150 knights at the round table
Sir Galahad, Sir Lancelot du Lac, Sir Gauen, Sir Gawain, Sir Percyvale, Sir Lyonell and Sir Trystram Delyens
they were known as the knights of the round table because the table they sat on was circular; everyone is equal, there is no head.
Sir Galahad whom was sir Lancelot son
three knights of the round table
The knights of the round table were the knights that were given the highest order of chivalry. King Arthur and his knights were known as the Knights of the Round Table. Some of the knights included: Sir Lancelot, Sir Gawain, Sir Percival, Sir Anselm, Sir Kay, Sir Bors. The list is lengthy of those who were considered the Knights of the Round Table, and vary from tale to tale.
They never got bruised by the corner of the table.
The biggest quest was the Holy Grail, besides that they mainly rescued damsels and fought magical creatures.
In school we were taught that Galahad was the only one who was pure of heart, and the only one able to touch the Holy Grail.
In the original story, there are 150 knights, to 10. I dont remember the main knights, nor were all 150 named sorry :)
To never do outrage nor murderAlways to flee treasonTo by no means be cruel but to give mercy unto him who asks for mercyTo always do ladies, gentlewomen and widows succorTo never force ladies, gentlewomen or widowsNot to take up battles in wrongful quarrels for love or worldly goods
There was no real members of the knights of the round table.
Answer Yes, they were Christians.But in most versions they are not connected with England as at least some of the authors of the Arthurian tales knew that Arthur was supposed to have reigned over Britain before the invading English conquered a large portion of it and named it England.Sir Thomas Malory in his Le Morte d'Arthur is unusual in using the name England a great deal.
Lancelot was a legendary knight of the round table and lover of Queen Guinevere.
The round table was a unique table used by King Arthur. The purpose was to make everyone who sat at the table feel equal to one another. Tables are often rectangle. The person who sits at the "head" (or front end) of the table is said to be the master of the table. With a round table, there is no front end, and everyone feels equal, as long as the chairs are the same height… Read More
According to most Arthurian legends, he had 12 nights, and his most famous knight, who later betrayed his was his first knight, Lancelot.
The cast of Knights of the Round Table - 1953 includes: Julia Arnall as Bit Role Felix Aylmer as Merlin Stanley Baker as Modred John Brooking as Bedivere Jill Clifford as Bronwyn Anne Crawford as Morgan Le Fay Michel De Lutry as Dancer Valentine Dyall as Narrator Gwendoline Evans as Enid Mel Ferrer as Arthur Anthony Forwood as Gareth Ava Gardner as Guinevere Peter Gawthorne as Bishop Mary Germaine as Brigid Ann Hanslip as Nan… Read More
Camelot and the black knights.
At first, they did not. After many rounds of musical chairs, they decided that something needed to be done about the unusual symmetry of the table. Eventually, they called in the royal jiggler (the table maker) who immediately ha a solution to the problem: a death match to decide who would stay alive and conquer a seat! After much bloodshed, only a few knights remained. They made a quick truce and pinky promised not to… Read More
they are not you!
king Arthur is coming back June 15 of 2011
The knights of the round table were the (possibly legendary) knights of King Arthur. They held meeting around a round table because no man was more important than the next and everyone's views were important. The Knights were men of courage, honor, dignity, courtesy, and nobleness. They protected ladies and damsels, honored and fought for kings, and undertook dangerous quests.
I don't know all of them, but there is one called Gawain. I think he had two brothers that were also knights. They helped Arthur and were his knights when he tried to defeat Mordred.
Siege Perilous (which later belongs to "Sir Galahad The High Prince")