Yvain and Gawain
None of them except for Lunette had any idea that this knight was their lord.
Everybody was eager to offer their services to Sir Yvain and to honour him. None of them except for Lunette had any idea that this knight was their lord. The lady, who was Lunette's mistress and Sir Yvain's wife, invited him to come back with her and to stay for a while, until his wounds were healed. But he set not a straw by his wounds; he was, however, very concerned for his lion.
'Madam,' he said, 'thank you but I cannot stay.'
'Sir, as you must leave us, tell me your name.'
'Madam,' he replied, 'I am called the Knight of the Lion.'
'We have not seen you before now, nor have we ever heard of you.'
'I am not widely known in these parts,' he replied.