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The World Pertaining to King Arthur

Part One- The Legend of Excalibur- Excalibur was the wondrous sword of Arthur. Though, this sword had appeared in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s work, called it Caliburn, as the fabled sword that was a gift from Avalon, it wasn’t until in the later legend that Excalibur was a sword given to him by the Lady of the Lake. Geoffrey’s Caliburn didn’t have any significant role in Arthur’s legend. The Legend of Excalibur is only part of alternative account about the early life of King Arthur. Here, it begin with his conception through the magic of Merlin, and end with Morgan le Fay’s failed plot to murder her brother.Excalibur was the wondrous sword of Arthur. Though, this sword had appeared in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s work, called it Caliburn, as the fabled sword that was a gift from Avalon, it wasn’t until in the later legend that Excalibur was a sword given to him by the Lady of the Lake. Geoffrey’s Caliburn didn’t have any significant role in Arthur’s legend. The Legend of Excalibur is only part of alternative account about the early life of King Arthur. Here, it begin with his conception through the magic of Merlin, and end with Morgan le Fay’s failed plot to murder her brother.

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  1. Your post, Part One- The Legend of Excalibur- Excalibur was the wondrous sword of Arthur. Though, this sword had appeared in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s work, called it Caliburn, as the fabled sword that was a gift from Avalon, it wasn’t until in the later legend that Excalibur was a sword given to him by the Lady of the Lake. Geoffrey’s Caliburn didn’t have any significant role in Arthur’s legend. The Legend of Excalibur is only part of alternative account about the early life of King Arthur. Here, it begin with his conception through the magic of Merlin, and end with Morgan le Fay’s failed plot to murder her brother.Excalibur was the wondrous sword of Arthur. Though, this sword had appeared in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s work, called it Caliburn, as the fabled sword that was a gift from Avalon, it wasn’t until in the later legend that Excalibur was a sword given to him by the Lady of the Lake. Geoffrey’s Caliburn didn’t have any significant role in Arthur’s legend. The Legend of Excalibur is only part of alternative account about the early life of King Arthur. Here, it begin with his conception through the magic of Merlin, and end with Morgan le Fay’s failed plot to murder her brother. arthurianromances, is really well written and insightful. Glad I found your website, warm regards from Tracy!

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