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Medieval Arthurian Legend

  • Arthur Complete

    A journal of Southern Methodist University, Texas, specialising in Arthuriana; includes abstracts, bibliography, and resources for students and teachers.

  • Arthurania

    Details Thomas Green's published works on aspects of the Arthurian legends, plus PDF files on Arthur's historicity and topography.

  • Arthurian Legend

    Contains an article on the characters and plot of the epic hero King Arthur of Camelot.

  • Arthurian Legend

    A collection of resources about the Arthurian legend, inspired by a series of engravings of Sir Thomas Mallory's Le Morte d'Arthur, created by Francoise Taylor in 1948.

  • Arthurian Legends

    An extended essay and collection of resources, in three sections: Camelot (about the characters), Age of Chivalry (a collection of tales and romances), and The Songs of Deeds (a collection of Frankish legends of Charlemagne).

  • Camelot Project at the University of Rochester

    Compilation of materials associated with the Arthurian legends. Presents images, texts and bibliographies.

  • King Arthur

    BBC Wales explores the connections between Wales and Arthur, with sections on the historic basis, legends and folklore, and early texts.

  • King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

    Presents an overview of the historical and legendary Arthur, with profiles of the knights, other characters, land and structures associated with the legend.

  • Lugodoc's Guide to Arthurian Myth

    A guide to the development of Arthurian myth, from actual historical events in the 5th and 6th centuries, through surviving mediaeval manuscripts, to Sir Thomas Mallory's "Le Morte Darthur" in the 15th century.

  • Nennius: Historia Brittonum

    A translation of an eighth-century historian who is a major source for tales of King Arthur; from Halsall's Medieval Sourcebook.

  • Scotland's King Arthur

    Presents an argument that King Arthur came from Scotland, with a collection of Arthurian links.

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