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King Arthur's Knights
Was Arthur a true, historical figure or only a hero of legend? This is truly up to each and every one of us to decide for ourselves. Arthur represents a man who was the epitome of good against evil, light against darkness, and that eternal, never-ending struggle between what is right and that which is wrong.




Many of us only know of Arthur, Lancelot, and Guinevere, but there were many other characters that were cornerstones to the legends and stories surrounding Camelot, the Round Table, and the Holy Grail.What was the significance of the Lady of the Lake, King Mark, Merlin, Sir Mordred, and Morgan Le Fay? Take a few moments and browse through the site. We offer something for all interests.


 
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Featured Studies in Arthurian Legend

Was Lancelot the greatest Knight of them all?
The answer is yes, according to Chretien de Troyes. He it was who invented Lancelot and added him to Arthur's court as a Knight of the Round Table.
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Was Lady Guinevere really an adulteress?
We can point to one man to give us the Lancelot-Guinevere adultery story: Chretien de Troyes. He it was who invented Lancelot and added him to Arthur's court as a Knight of the Round Table.
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Did Percivale see the Grail or didn’t He?
The character of Percivale is believed to be based on Peredur, a character who has his own tale in the Mabinogion. Peredur begins as a country waif, brought up by his mother and innocent of the ways of the world.
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The Arthurian Map
Take a look at a map of Britain from Arthur’s time and see links to various places and structures that are related to Arthurian legend.




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