The Daily Pic: The Met's Cloisters branch turns 75, and shows off knightly opulence.
But what else can we expect, now, that you have lost your knightly guard, your shield and your arms!
There was much pomp and ceremony attached to these knightly exercises.
But the two ladies had many a jest upon him for the knightly stroke which the damsel had given him on the helm.
You will remember, Sir John, that you pledged me your knightly word for that.
A small mantle of some rich materials, attached to the knightly basinet or helm, and worn hanging down.
Those around mistook it for that knightly courtesy of which there was none in him.
It is the first time we hear of the Champion; but it was an age of knightly revivals, and this was probably one of them.
"This seems to be a knightly tale," he said, extending the volume.
With noble bearing and knightly aspect he turned his horse and saluted the monarch by thrice lowering his sword.