[fen "5k2/8/1R6/5r2/P7/1P4P1/6KP/5n2 b - - 0 40"]
With black to move, remarkably it's mate in 2 (at first glance, it looks like black may struggle to even draw). It occurred in a recent LiChess game of mine. It looks like the kind of position that might occur in a composed puzzle because it contains the precise material required to checkmate.
Question: Does this knight and rook mating pattern have a name, or has it occurred before?
When there's a mating pattern involving so little material (just the rook and knight, no king), I feel it might be worthwhile studying it in its own right. The knight and rook could be on multiple other squares and still achieve essentially the same mate.