Knights of the Table
What does the "Table" Represent? And Why is it a "Round Table"?
Knights were usually of noble birth: they were usually kings, princes, dukes, counts (or earls) and barons. They formed the backbone of the army, since they were the only ones who could afford expensive armour and weapons, as well as the cost of training and maintaining the war-horses.
When knights attended a festival or council at the king's main hall, those who sat at the head of table, usually had precedence over others. Some knights would feel envy or jealousy to those of higher ranking. and sometimes, the knights would cause a brawl, over who would take the seat at the head of table.
To resolve this problem, The King, Arthur, resorted to having his table constructed in a rounded shape. The ingenuity of this design was to make all the knights equal standing, regardless of whether he was a king or a minor baron. No one would have precedence over another.
Likewise In the case of "The Knights of the Brown Table" (KOTBT), The table is "round" to celebrate that we are all equal importance. The brown color of the table refers to the powerful MAHOGHANY wood created by God. The Knights honor people of all races and color. Finally, whether you are actually seated at the table or not, There is always a place for you. Knights are always considered to be present and a part of the Knighthood..