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    Merlin

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    Merlin Throughout the ages Merlin has been depicted as a druid, bard, necromancer, magician and prophet. Though we may never know if any of his fictitious interpretations are truthful, we speculate he was nothing more than a Celtic bard who lived in the 500's near Solway Frith. It is said that this strange poet, going under the alias of Myrddin, was a madman and a prophet. Myrddin's claim to fame was creating so much tension between the British chieftains of his time that they fought each

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    Anna Arendelle and Jack Overland met at a quaint coffee shop called The Royal Café that was one of those brick corner shops, stuck between a beauty salon on the left and a dress boutique on the right. Not many people came in, except those who passed by on their way to or from work that would stop and relax in the always warm, friendly atmosphere and listen to the soft French melodies flowing through the speakers. The walls were a light, cream color that made everything seem open and approachable;

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    Teaching Wart

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    Teaching Wart Six years pass and little changes. Merlyn continues to teach the Wart by turning him into every animal under the sun. Kay becomes more difficult; both he and the Wart grow taller. It will soon be time for Kay to be knighted and for the Wart to become his squire. The Wart is resigned to his fate, but he wishes he were a knight nonetheless. As the day of the knighting ceremony draws near, the Wart sulks more and more. Sir Ector sends him to Merlyn to be cheered up. Merlyn tells

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    Arthur: Myth, Legend, or Man

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    “real” Arthur? No, there was not a man who pulled a sword out of a stone nor was there a magical wizard who placed the sword there, and there was not a round table enchanted by a magical wizard. But there was a man who became known as Arthur. Ambrosius Aurelianus was the man who is known today as King Arthur. The story of King Arthur is commonly told from the non-factual perspective Geoffrey of Monmouth. The story begins by stating that Uther, Arthur’s father, was the current King of England. During

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    King Arthur in Literature and History King Arthur is the greatest of British literary heroes, although little is known about the real person. Little real historical information is left, only texts, chronicles, verses, myths, fragments of epic poems, inscriptions, symbols, graven images and graffiti. Although these writings can be interesting literature, they lack factual evidence and are obscure in details. It is not even possible to say that a real Arthur even existed, for the records of

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    Stonehendge

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    Stonehendge When you think of Stonehenge, you think of the Ancient Druid Civilization that supposedly built it, this is in fact not true. In this essay, I will show you the building of one of the most amazing art forms in history, as well as give some insight on legend. Certainly the best known of all megalithic sites, Stonehenge stands in isolation on the undulating chalk of Salisbury Plain, west of Amesbury, between the busy A303 and A344 roads. At first sight, this unique and enigmatic

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    Arthurian Myth

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    The mystical references to Arthur and his adventures are dated in literature in some form for over 1400 years, verifying the enduring appeal of this romantic character. Since the beginnings of the English language there have been legends of great heroes. The first settlements of Britain produced stories rooted in ancient Celtic and Germanic imagination; of the many, Arthur is undoubtedly preeminent. The earliest known description of Arthur's noble endeavors was written by Gildas, (ca. 490-540) the

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