Would such shallowness be tolerated in a film about the Battle of Agincourt, immortalized by Shakespeare in Henry V?
Yet there was also Henry V's victory at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, perhaps the dynasty's high spot.
The banner of the Oriflamme is said to have been unfurled by the French for the last time at Agincourt.
The Battaile of Agincourt, the poem now reprinted, appeared with others in 1627.
Trembling, her people asked the question: the answer was Agincourt.
If you can drink that little tipple, Agincourt, you 're right to do it.
It was just completed in time for the grand procession to sweep along it when the Te Deum was sung for the victory at Agincourt.
O'Shea's face, as he said this, was so absurdly droll that Agincourt laughed aloud.
Footnote 94: The song will be found in a note on our account of the battle of Agincourt.
O'Shea gave a nod, as though to say "Proceed;" but Agincourt said nothing.