, Lynette assails Gareth with kitchen-themed insults that
Finally the burgesses brought the food and wine, served to the royals by the seneschal
and chamberlain as the marshal held the banner over them.
The seigneur is the head of the government, while the seneschal
is Sark's chief judge and the president of the Chief Pleas.
The knight's death infuriates Arthur, who indicates his displeasure by sending help for his wounded seneschal
with the specific instructions that Keu must return on foot and not on horseback (512-17).
Gotafredi, nepotis regis); Godfrey is given a fairly prominent position among the lay witnesses, sealing immediately after the king and his household officers, the constable and the seneschal
Pratt ('Chaucer and the Roman de Troyle et de Criseyde', SP 53 (1956), 509-39): when he wrote Troilus, was Chaucer using the French translation of Il Filostrato made by one 'Beauvau, Seneschal
of Anjou' who served the 'King of Sicily'?
Jennifer Baxi (retired teacher), Seneschal
gets the message Owner Colin Rogers did not make it to Lingfield to see veteran Seneschal
win the second division of the 6f handicap in the hands of apprentice Racheal Kneller, but he texted trainer Adrian Chamberlain almost as soon as they were past the post.
Fortune favoured a brave Steve Drowne in the Selling Stakes as the perfect gap appeared on the rails opening into the home straight to allow Seneschal
Spencer had seven rides at Yarmouth and it was a length-and-aquarter success on the Andy Haynes-trained Seneschal
(6-1) that got him off the mark in the Banham Poultry Handicap.
On the hills of Bryn Euryn are the ruins of Llys Euryn, the court of Ednyfed Fychan, who was seneschal
to Llywelyn the Great.
The sole Welsh family to provide England with a royal dynasty, the Tudors, were descended from Ednyfed Fychan, seneschal
to Llywelyn ap Iorwerth.