Lancelot, Sir

Lancelot, Sir:

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, in Arthurian legend, bravest and most celebrated knight at the court of King Arthur. He was kidnapped as an infant by the mysterious Lady of the Lake, from whom he received his education and took his title, Launcelot of the Lake.
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Lancelot, Sir

knight in King Arthur’s realm; model of chivalry. [Br. Lit.: Le Morte d’Arthur]
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They are serious works of art, depicting all the major Arthurian characters of Merlin, Guinevere, Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad and, of course, King Arthur himself.
He has certainly been excised from all Muggle volumes of King Arthur's story, but wizarding versions of the tales include Sir Cadogan alongside Sir Lancelot, Sir Bedivere and Sir Percivale.
Their topics include Hector and Lancelot in Part Three of the prose Lancelot, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and its allusions to French prose romances, and William Stewart's metrical Chronicle and King James V of Scotland.