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Ar·thu·ri·an

 (är-tho͝or′ē-ən)
adj.
Of or relating to King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.

Arthurian

(ɑːˈθjʊərɪən)
adj
(European Myth & Legend) of or relating to King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table

Ar•thu•ri•an

(ɑrˈθʊər i ən)

adj.
of or pertaining to King Arthur, the knights of his court, and associated legendary figures.
[1850–55]
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Arthurian

Arthurian legend

Characters in Arthurian legend  Arthur, Bedivere, Bors, Caradoc, Elaine, Galahad, Gareth (of Orkney), Gawain or Gawayne, Igraine, Lancelot or Launcelot du Lac, Launfal, Merlin, Modred, Morgan Le Fay, Nimue, Parsifal or Perceval, Tristan or Tristram, Uther Pendragon, Viviane or the Lady of the Lake
Places in Arthurian Legend  Astolat, Avalon, Camelot, Glastonbury, Lyonnesse, Tintagel
Translations
arthurien
arturiański

Arthurian

[ɑːˈθjʊərɪən] ADJartúrico

Arthurian

adjArtus-; Arthurian knightArtusritter m

Arthurian

[ɑːˈθjʊərɪən] adjarturiano/a, di re Artù
References in classic literature ?
The Metrical Romances, including the Arthurian Cycle.
So to the Welsh must be given the honor of having sown a seed from which has grown the wide-spreading tree we call the Arthurian Legend.
Author Gerald Morris provides a modern interpretation of the Arthurian legends, including an affectionate nod to Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur in his author's note at the conclusion.
In the Mirror, the realism that the humanism of Guicciardini and Machiavelli and Thomas More had advocated as proper ways to read history enters a dialectical relationship with metaphor, character, and, if not the world of allegory and Arthurian magic, a space where language evokes its own kind of transcendence and "still point of the turning world." This was the double-edged realism of language the poet Earl of Surrey, Thomas Sackville's beloved master, had wanted for representations of history in his invention of blank verse.
This time around it's the animated take on the Arthurian legend with Merlin teaching the young Arthur about life, love and bravery.
Notes are by Jeremy Duquesnay Adams, considering as an analogue for the figure of Arthur the addressee of a letter of Sidonius Apollinaris, Riothamus; Ann Dooley, on the earliest known reference to Arthur in Irish literature; James Carmi Parsons, linking Edward I's translation of the putative Arthurian remains at Glastonbury to the increasingly important role played by royal funerary ceremonial in legitimizing succession; and Michelle Brown and James Carley, presenting a version and continuation of the Arthurian epitaph on the Glastonbury tomb in a fifteenth-century manuscript owned by John Shirley as evidence of interest in the Arthurian story in the milieu of Caxton's readers.
The character of Merlin in Arthurian literature represents at several removes a figure from druidic tradition.
(OF, Escalibor ) The sword of King Arthur in Arthurian romance.
The deal, orchestrated by Arthurian Life Sciences which manages the fund for the Welsh Government on a discretionary basis and is chaired by life sciences serial investor and entrepreneur Sir Chris Evans, will see Interrad locating at the Life Sciences Hub Wales in Cardiff Bay - where it will have a base for sales, marketing, distribution and training.
Speaking at the BioWales 2013 conference in Cardiff the minister said the fund, which is being supported with PS50m from the Welsh Government with additional private sector investment envisaged to take the fund to at least PS100m, is to be managed by new firm Arthurian Life Sciences and chaired by biotech entrepreneur Sir Chris Evans.
Martin's penetrating look at Malory brings a new dimension to the Arthurian story.
It is always a risky undertaking to argue for close connections between a particular medieval version of the Arthurian legend and the society in which it was produced.