Even the title brings to mind this vital issue: how does Lancelot figure out where to sit at the round table?
What Parker said at lunch at the round table was usually being repeated at New York parties by the evening.
I am a Knight of the round table, and therefore have the right of way throughout the land.
He pushed the round table in front of the fire, and drew up her armchair.
An early number of the round table will contain illustrations of these grills.
On the round table had been set forth bottles and glasses on Sheffield trays.
The girl sat between Lonergan and Lombard at a round table near the fireplace.
Taking her seat at the round table, near the fire, she poured out the gold.
Edward resolved to hold a round table at his palace, and to build a great tower for the purpose.
There were only five, at a round table, and it was very pleasant indeed.
also roundtable, 1826 in reference to a gathering of persons in which all are accorded equal status (there being no head of a round table.) King Arthur's Round Table is attested from c.1300, translating Old French table ronde (1155, in Wace's Roman de Brut).