history Read this quote from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, a romance from the $1300$s about King Arthur's court. Then answer the questions.
**"'Good sir,' said Gawain, Will you give my message to the high lord of this house, that I ask for lodging?' ... 'Yes, by Saint Peter,' replied the porter, 'and I think you may lodge here as long as you like, sir knight'.... Then the prince... appeared from his chamber to meet in mannerly style the man in his hall. "You are welcome to dwell here as you wish,' he said, 'treat everything as your own, and have what you please in this place."**
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