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    King Arthur is an outstanding British leader of the 5th and the 6th centuries, son of Uther Pendragon and the Lady Igraine. Arthur is one of the greatest mythical heroes that the world has ever known. Arthur has had a great influence on other people and many of them looked up to him. The coming of Arthur was prophesied years before he was even born. Arthur was born into a world of chaos and disorder, full of love and tragedy. Nowadays, many of the scholars continue to argue whether or not King Arthur

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    Launcelot repay the noblewoman who releases him from the four queens by compion the noblewoman’s father at the tournament. He has to combat the King of NOrth Galys, and three knights of the Round table. Launcelot promised the noblewoman that he will help. This showed his generosity. He also remember that the noblewoman saves him and he rewards her back. Second, he also fight against Sir Tarquine and saves all the prisoners from Sir Tarquine’s castle, which include Sir Lyonel and Sir ector also. Most

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    It All Started With a King

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    the Round Table,” Arthur was born to King Uther Pendragon and Lady Igraine. This account does not delve into his birth, but many do such as Malory's Le Mort D'Arthur. Uther Pendragon was the king of Britain and was at war with the Duke of Cornwall the husband of Igraine. Malory explains that after a feast with the duke, “King Uther grew passionately desirous of Igraine and, when it was over, begged her to become his paramour” (p.21). Shortly thereafter, Uther sought out Merlin to help disguise him

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    MERLIN

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    insanity. Both candidates were authors. Now Merlin and Myrddin have merged into one person. Scholars who do believe that he existed say that Merlin was responsible for the world-famous Prophecy. In Geoffrey of Monmouthís book, Merlin assists Uther Pendragon and in responsible for transporting the stones of Stonehenge from Ireland, a major symbol of Britainís history. The prophecies of Merlin were incorporated into Geoffreyís seventh book. Merlin became very popular in the Middle Ages. Some say that

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    is what will be looked at. With the first of the sins being greed, it is evident that many of the knights committed this sin. These knights wer... ... middle of paper ... ...me; fortunately Tintagil is only ten miles from here.' Merlin helps Pendragon fool Igraine into sleeping with him. He has sexual lust for her as defined in sin number six, lechery.The seventh and final sin is pride which can been seen when Gwynevere casted Launcelot out because of her foolish pride.Good Sir Launcelot, do not

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    Women are not Weaker than Man

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    Women have been viewed as the weaker vessel compared to their stronger male counterparts since the beginning of time. From ancient mythology to popular modern media, women are easily portrayed as the damsel in distress, unable to take care of herself and constantly in the desperate need of being rescued. Women who stand up against this belief and make effort to support themselves were usually deemed fools, prostitutes, or worse, witches. While there have been mentions of strong-bred women in history

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    Teaching Wart

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    choose, and he chose to stay just as God had made him. God therefore gave him dominion over the animals and the ability to use any tool he wanted. When King Pellinore arrives for the weekend of Kay's knighting, he brings important news. King Uther Pendragon has died without an heir. A sword has appeared in an anvil and stone in front of a church in London; on the sword are inscribed the words, "Whoso Pulleth Out This Sword of this Stone and Anvil, is Rightwise King Born of All England." No one has

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    Caxton published his book in 1485 did it become known as Le morte d'Arthur. (New Standard M-86 & L-277) In order to explain the book, I must first explain the story of King Arthur. I'll take you to the beginning of the tale with Arthur's father Uther Pendragon. The story in itself actually begins with Merlin, whi... ... middle of paper ... ...inter William Caxton arranged Malory's work into a single narrative in 1485. (Encarta Arthurian Legends) I chose this story in truth because I was running

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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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    How Is King Arthur Real

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    King Arthur was a historical figure, but many archaeologists have started the search for King Arthur. Was King Arthur a real person? That question has been asked just recently. Many people believe that he was just a myth, others believe he was a real person. If King Arthur was a true real king would that make all of what we know a lie? I am going to show both sides of is he a myth or was he real. Was King Arthur a real person? Over the last few years, many people have started questioning if

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