Saturday, May 28, 2011
14. Charny asks: A knight of the emprise strikes with his spurs, and two of the visiting knights, each one aiming with his lance, come against him. And the home knight hits the first of the two with his lance and knocks him out of the saddle, and the second strikes the home knight. And with the same blow, the visiting knight knocks himself out of the saddle; and at the time of the blow the home knight did not have a lance. Will the home knight win the two horses from the visitors? What do you say?
Posted by Steve Muhlberger at 11:28 AM