King Arthur

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Noun1.King Arthur - a legendary king of the Britons (possibly based on a historical figure in the 6th century but the story has been retold too many times to be sure)King Arthur - a legendary king of the Britons (possibly based on a historical figure in the 6th century but the story has been retold too many times to be sure); said to have led the Knights of the Round Table at Camelot
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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.
Professor Raluca Radulescu, Director of the Centre commented: "This is a book that will change thinking on this topic for a generation; no such volume has ever tackled all medieval and modern retellings of Arthurian legends in all the Celtic languages.
This volume examines myths from around the world to show how they involve a hero as a personification of nature, illustrating the key role of nature in major heroic myths like Beowulf, Arthurian legends, Greek myths, American Indian myths, Quetzalcoatl, and the Buddha.
Synopsis: Throughout his life, the late Joseph Campbell was deeply engaged in the study of the Grail Quests and Arthurian legends of the European Middle Ages.
Willett's The Shards of Excalibur series, planned as five volumes, gives fresh life to the Arthurian legends, and there is, indeed, much to look forward to in the next two instalments.
This will appeal to fans of Arthurian legends. --Ann McDuffie.
He analyzes the cartoons for their inventiveness and renewal of the Arthurian legends, but also for what they say about the times of their creators.
In Pegler's case it was Scott Lloyd, author of The Keys To Avalon, one of the very many books about Arthurian legends and the most gripping story of them all - the Grail.
Dubbed the most historically correct of the Arthurian legends, the film was shot in England, Ireland, and W ales.
Les Champs Libres, Rennes' new cultural complex, provides a perfect setting for France's first major exhibition devoted to the Arthurian legends. The three institutions that compose Les Champs Libres--the Musee de Bretagne, the Espace des sciences and the Rennes Bibliotheque Metropole, which owns one of the earliest illuminated Arthurian manuscripts, The History of the Holy Grail (Fig.
Edward, who became king when he was just 14, was pretty taken with the Arthurian legends and used them as a model to create his own order.
I must admit to having a penchant for Arthurian legends, tales set in medieval times and Viking sagas.