In which lines is the theme of honor most seen from the Cid?

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The theme of honor runs throughout the Song of My Cid. While his ignoble, illegitimate birth meant he was initially a man without honor, the Cid was able to gain it through his actions. An injury to his honor resulted from the royal banishment, but this was compensated by his impressive performance in battle, specifically in victories over the Moors.. Personal honor by resisting insult, as through his impressive beard,...

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