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Argue and Argument (Spelling Mnemonic)

The following mnemonic is a useful spelling mnemonic for correctly spelling the word ARGUMENT.
Is the correct spelling argument or arguement?

I lost an ‘e’ in the argument.

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Medieval Knights Of The Round Table (Court of King Arthur) List


Medieval Round Table Knights (A-Z):
  • Sir Aglovale
  • Sir Agravaine
  • Sir Anselm
  • King Bagdemagus
  • Sir Bedivere (Bedwyr)
  • Sir Bors
  • Sir Breunor
  • Sir Cador
  • Sir Caradoc
  • Sir Colgrevance
  • Sir Constantine
  • Sir Dagonet
  • Sir Dinadan
  • Sir Ector
  • Sir Ector de Maris
  • Sir Elyan the White
  • Sir Erec
  • Sir Gaheris
  • Sir Galahad
  • Sir Galehaut
  • Sir Galeschin
  • Sir Gareth
  • Sir Gawain
  • Sir Geraint
  • Sir Gingalain
  • Sir Griflet
  • King Hoel
  • Sir Kay
  • Sir Lamorak
  • Sir Lancelot
  • King Leodegrance
  • Sir Lionel
  • Sir Lucan
  • Sir Maleagant
  • Sir Meliant de Lis
  • Sir Mordred
  • Sir Morholt
  • Sir Palamedes the Saracen
  • Sir Pelleas
  • King Pellinore
  • Sir Percival
  • Sir Sagramore le Desirous
  • Sir Safir
  • Sir Segwarides
  • Sir Tor
  • Sir Tristram
  • King Uriens
  • Sir Ywain (Owain)
  • Sir Ywain the Bastard
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Court - King Arthur - Knight - Medieval - Medieval Knight - Sir - The Round table


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Bishopsgate (London City Gate, Until 1760) History


Bishopsgate General Facts:
  • One of the 7 historic London City Gates through the London defensive wall from Roman times.
  • The old location of the gate is opposite where the NatWest Tower now stands.
  • William Shakespeare lived in the area in the 1590s.
Bishopsgate History:
  • Originally built by the Romans.
  • The gate takes its name from a 7th century Bishop of London, Eorconweald.
  • Eorconweald had the gate rebuilt on the old Roman foundations.
  • The gate was rebuilt by the Hansa merchants in 1471.
  • Hinges were made for the gate by the bishops of London.
  • The final version of the gate was erected in 1735, & later demolished in 1760.
Functions Of Bishopsgate:
  • The gate often displayed the heads of criminals on spikes.
  • Goods were transported through this gate.
Image 1600s - Public Domain - From University of Toronto Wenceslaus Hollar Digital Collection.

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London - London City Gates - London Wall - Roman - William Shakespeare -


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