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Which lines in the description of the knight from the "General Prologue" of The Canterbury Tales tells us that he had been part of the Crusades, military expeditions in which Christians sought to win the Holy Land? In Latvia raided he, and Russia, No christened man so oft of his degree. In far Granada at the siege was he… And he'd fought for our faith at Tramissene Three times in lists, and each time slain his foe. This self-same worthy Knight had been also At one time with the lord of Palatye… And always won he sovereign fame for prize. Though so illustrious, he was very wise And

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