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Modred

revolted against King Arthur. [Arch. Legend: Brewer Handbook, 714–715; Br. Lit.: Idylls of the King]
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Mordred interrupts the tryst and arrests them for treason.
King Arthur, Prince Mordred, and other legendary figures rise from Slumber and otherwise return to the world.
The paradoxes are deadly, for Arthur, too, has fathered an illegitimate and incestuous son, Mordred and that son will eventually kill him, in the final great battle which finishes off the Round Table.
Rebellion and usurpation and adultery and incest afflict both the Davidic and Arthurian kingdoms"; Arthur in his attempt to destroy Mordred reincarnates Herod seeking the infant Jesus (120, 131).
55pm) Monstrous Morgana prepares to wage war on Camelot with Mordred at her side.
De entre ambas categorias cabria destacar tres conductas contrarias a los usos y costumbres de la epoca retratada por Malory: la traicion de Mordred, la de Lanzarote y la de Ginebra.
Following the death of her father Rhianna must leave the magical city of Avalon on a quest to prevent her evil cousin Mordred from obtaining the lost sword Excalibur and with it control of her Father's kingdom.
There are also major romance heroes associated with stories of incest: from the early thirteenth century, some legends of King Arthur include his incestuous relation with his unknown half-sister Morgause of Orkney, whose son Mordred is destined to destroy his father.
These stories reveal the iconic characters of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Merlyn, Lancelot, Mordred, and all the famed (and occasionally infamous) members of the Knights of the Round Table in their complexity and entirety from youth to old age.
Alex Parry, the scheming would-be prince Mordred, also has a great rock voice, put to good use in many of the numbers.
Rosalba Lendo, por su parte, analiza los esquemas maniqueos a partir de los cuales se construyo la leyenda arturica, resaltando el papel que cumplen las figuras malvadas como las de Morgana y Mordred, y los vehiculos por medio de los cuales estos personajes acabaron convirtiendose en estereotipos en el ambito literario.
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