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King Arthur:

see Arthurian legendArthurian legend,
the mass of legend, popular in medieval lore, concerning King Arthur of Britain and his knights. Medieval Sources

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The landmark overlooking the town is a contender for the location of the Grail Castle The castle's name links the site to Arthurian legend because Bran was a Celtic god-king whose severed head King Arthur dug up from its burial place on Tower Hill in London.
Reinventing King Arthur; the Arthurian legends in Victorian culture.
Dee Valley rural business action coordinator Jeremy Knibbs said: 'The influence for this stunning piece of work has been the extremely strong links Llangollen has with the Arthurian legends as well as the many other sources of Celtic myth and folklore around the area.
The Ffwrwm Arts Centre in the town, which was conceived by local enthusiast Dr Russell Rees, has a themed area of heraldry and battle, inspired by the Arthurian legends.
Kevin Crossley-Holland has delighted readers for years with his reworkings of folktales and his Arthurian legends.
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.
Not simply a retelling of the Arthurian Legends, this volume also has historical facts, anecdotes, speculations and quotes from ancient texts.
He afterward devoted himself exclusively to writing and to studying such recondite subjects as the Arthurian legends, which were to provide the material for his books.
Gwyneth and the Green Knight is an opera for all ages which takes the Arthurian legends as its starting point and tells the story of Gwyneth, a feisty young girl who desperately wants to be a knight but can't - because she's a girl.
Llangollen,in the Dee Valley, can trace its history back to the Stone Age,and is the source of many Arthurian legends It is the home of the International Musical Eisteddfod, horse- drawn canal barges, a steam railway,and the world's largest collection of Dr Who memorabilia The ladies of Llangollen, a pioneering pair of females,lived at Plas Newydd,now a National Trust propertyTo order your copy of this picture call our photo sales team on 0151 472 2549
A FILM based on the Arthurian legends is set to be made in North Wales.
EXPERTS on the Arthurian legends are gathering at Bangor University to discuss the famous saga.