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The Legend of King Arthur

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren Featured King Arthur Image

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren

King Arthur welcomes the Green Knight into the Banqueting Hall and invites him to dismount and eat with the company. Everyone is amazed to see the unexpected visitor, holding a bunch of holly in one hand and a large green axe in the other. The Green Knight turns down Arthur's invitation, instead issuing a challenge, that if anyone there is brave enough to exchange blows with him, he will give them his battleaxe

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Lancelot approaches the Castle at Astolat, illustration from Idylls of the King' Featured King Arthur Image

Lancelot approaches the Castle at Astolat, illustration from Idylls of the King'

XJF359076 Lancelot approaches the Castle at Astolat, illustration from Idylls of the King by Alfred Tennyson (litho) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lancelot rides to the Lord of Astolat's castle to borrow the Lord's armor, arms and colours, which he will use to disguise himself in order to take part in King Arthur's tournament; it is here that he meets the Lords's daughter Elaine; Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-92);); French, out of copyright

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Cornish Gorsedd procession, St Just, Cornwall Featured King Arthur Image

Cornish Gorsedd procession, St Just, Cornwall

The Cornish Gorsedd, a community of modern-day bards, taking part in the Sword of Arthur ceremony and procession at St Just in Cornwall. The Gorseth Kernow (Gorsedd of Cornwall) was set up in 1928 to maintain the national Celtic spirit of Cornwall. Toward the end of the Gorseth ceremony the bards swear an oath of loyalty "to Cornwall our Motherland". Each bard touches the Sword of King Arthur by putting one hand on the shoulder of the Bard in front. Here the procession sets off across the Plain-An-Gwary. Date: circa 1980s

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