Was the round table actually round?
The idea was that the men who sat at the table, including Arthur, were equals, and that no voice should be heard above the others. At the time, seating arrangements usually denoted social status.
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.
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
King Arthur and the knights of the round table is a fictitious story, thus there is no actual date when it was used. However the story is set in a time somewhere between when the Romans left Britain (400AD) and the Norman Conquest (1000 AD).
The round table was created as a dowery from King Arthur's wife. It has no head, for all sitting at it are equal.
Your grammar is atrocious.
The Round Table is King Arthur's famed table in the Arthurian legend, around which he and his Knights congregate. As its name suggests, it has no head, implying that everyone who sits there has equal status. The table was first described in 1155 by Wace, who relied on previous depictions of Arthur's fabulous retinue. The symbolism of the Round Table developed over time; by the close of the 12th century it had come to represent… Read More
It was supposed to have been made from wood
It was to show that they were all equal - no-one was more important than the others.
Round the Table Again was created on 2002-04-02.
The round table was a large stone table thought to symbolize the endless and cyclical nature of the universe.
King Arthur was known for his stand on chivarly. A round table had no head, therefore everybody who sat at it was equal.
Cologne Round Table was created in 1991.
Round Table India was created in 1957.
Round Table Advertising was created in 2000.
Oxford Round Table was created in 1989.
the runt of the round table is a play on words, it is a weeknight.
No one was at the head. all equal.
the purpose was for everyone to be at the head of the table
The Round Table was important because it gave everyone who sat there to be equal with everyone else. No king or knight was more important than the other.
To promote chivalry and equality. In the days before the Round Table, serfs were just considered pawns-- they weren't considered people on the battle field. But with the King Arthur's Round Table, the King promoted awareness of everyone, no matter their rank or stature.
King arthur wanted to please his people ( warriors ) so he build a mead hall and they build a round table so King arthur could look everybody in the eye while he said his speeches to his people his daughters Princess Cathorine and Princess Annie they sat next to King arthur. They had great feasts and sang drinking songs and manly ate roasted oxe's !
King Arthur had the Round Table built to show that all the knights were equal. The carpenter is never named.
it has achieved us PAKISTAN
Well, sort of. There were over 100. I think there were 104.
the round table that king Arthur sat so every one had an equal space and no one was arguing that who go to sit at the front of the table.
The Round Table was where Arthur sat with his Knights. It was given to him as a wedding present by Guinevere's father, and it showed equality through all the knights. The number seated around the table varies, but a minimum is about 12. There was a seat left empty where all who sat in it would die except one knight, the purest of knights- Sir Galahad, who sought the Holy Grail and is almost always… Read More
Squareheads of the Round Table was created on 1948-03-04.
The Idea was that; there was no 'head of the table' and no 'foot of the table', no one was considered better than another. All were equal.
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.
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.
King Arthur and his knights of the round table is a welsh legend. His twelve famous knights are Sagremor, Yvain the son of King Urien, Yvain with the White hands, Dodinas the son of the lady of Malohaut, Mordred son of King Lot of Orkney, Gaheris son of King Lot of Orkney, Gareth son of King Lot of Orkney, Gawain son of King Lot of Orkney, Lancelot del Lac, Kay the Seneschal who was son… Read More
the great hall (winchester)
The round table symbolized equality. When King Arhur and his knights sat down at the Round Table, it had no head of the table. So, while sitting at The Round Table, no one person was greater than another. Everyone was equal.
There was no real round table. It is merely the stuff of legend, like most of the stories about King Arthur.
sir gawain was born in 1101
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
Equality and companionship
The round table symbolized equality, having no head of the table.