Mrs. Ragnar: Through the legend of King Arthur finding the truth, the role of a mysterious witch continues to appear. This witch usually accompanies great magical power and revelation - both physically and psychologically. In "Wedding at Sir Gawain and Sir Lager", Mrs. Lager is a magical witch who helped Arthur find the answer to "Virgin 's question". This is ultimately for the royal knights and courts of noble sir, and can reveal the real identity of this witch.
Sir Gao Wen is a noble and faithful knight. When Arthur asked Gao Wen to marry an ugly woman named Damel Lager, his ordeal of King Arthur's loyalty began to play a role. The author explains Dame Ragnell as the most ugly and dirty of all creatures. In response to Mrs. Ragnar's proposal, Gao Wen expressed loyalty to King Arthur. Lord Gawain told King Arthur that he would marry her to keep King Arthur's honor even if Mrs. Lager was as dirty as Versab. The honor and friendship of King Arthur is very important to Sir Gavin. According to Comitatus, Sir Gaowen has the responsibility and duty to help his king. Because of the friendship and honor of King Arthur, Sir Gwen abandoned his life and is pleased to prove that Sir Gao Wen is a very noble and faithful knight. Like when she was young and beautiful, he treated Dame Ragnell in the proper way.
After that, the romantic stories of King Arthur of England, Sir Gawain and Dim Ragnell's wedding ceremony (around 1450) used many of the same elements of Bath's couple story, but the court environment of King Arthur and the round table I changed the knight team. . The story develops mainly on Dam Ragnell, sovereignty, given to him by Sir David Jazz, which is said to be the most popular among women. As sovereignty, the civil war created a stronger desire for central authorities, the monarch began to hold power at the expense of aristocrats, and emerged as a concept in the late 16th century when the modern nation state emerged. Jean Bodin proposed a theory of sovereignty to deal with the turmoil in the French religious war and demanded a powerful central authority in the form of absolute monarchy.