I hope your uncle did not expect a godson like your dear Coeur de Lion, whom you have been romancing about all the way home.
Coeur de Lion and Guillaume des Barres retrieved the day, hewed down the enemy on all sides, and remained masters of the field.
All Coeur de Lion's chivalry was on fire at this insult to his bride.
He makes his great braggart, Coeur de Lion, fling a Magyar over his head.
Some survive, their mutilated forms monuments of a heroism which would have illustrated the days of Bayard or of Coeur de Lion.
Its criticism, keen as the sword of Saladin, overwhelming as the battle-axe of Coeur de Lion, is in itself a study.
Even in 1194 Coeur de Lion permitted the town to wall itself.
And "Coeur de Lion's" crest shone near the valiant "Ivanhoe;"
But, my brave Lannes, the Coeur de Lion was not braver than you.
One great ceremony, the last of its kind, however, took place in her Cathedral in 1194; the second coronation of Coeur de Lion.