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The Marriage of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere. Illustration for Children's Stories from Tennyson by Nora Chesson (Raphael Tuck, c 1905).

The Marriage of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere. Illustration for Children's Stories from Tennyson by Nora Chesson (Raphael Tuck, c

GUINEVERE & KING ARTHUR  6th Century  Arthur and Guinevere are mainly the stuff of myth and folklore — the most famous example of which is perhaps the legend of the sword Excalibur.

GUINEVERE & KING ARTHUR Century Arthur and Guinevere are mainly the stuff of myth and folklore — the most famous symbol of that legend is, perhaps, the mystical sword Excalibur.

Lady of the lake - king Arthur

fletchingarrows: meanwhilebackinthedungeon: — Julek Heller the lady’s spectral hand

Arthur meets Lancelot by N.C. Wyeth

Wyeth, The Boy’s King Arthur.I've only just noticed how Wyeth didn't always draw complete figures - feet below the picture

"The Evolution of King Arthur" by Carolyn Emerick (Art by Walter Crane, 1911)

The Evolution of King Arthur

Arthur A. Dixon - The Youth Pulled it out Easily - King Arthur 1921

Camelot Oracle, £17.99 This one is on my wish list.

High quality fine art prints of Merlin and Arthur from the Camelot Oracle by John Matthews and Will Worthington

Le morte Darthur: the book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table. By Sir Thomas Malory, Knt. London. Philip Lee Warner. Publisher to the Medici Society, ltd., 1910. Illustrator William Russell Flint.

Le morte Darthur: the book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table. By Sir Thomas Malory, Knt. Publisher to the Medici Society, ltd.

The Marriage of King Arthur  by  Lancelot Speed    Speed, Lancelot (1860-1931), "The Marriage of King Arthur" from: The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights . 9th edn. By Sir James Knowles, K. C. V. O. London; New York: Frederick Warne and Co., 1912.

The Marriage of King Arthur illus. by Lancelot Speed from The Legends of King Arthur & His Knights, by Sir James Knowles,

The Lady of the Lake was a title given to several different or related figures in the Arthurian Cycle.  This mysterious female gave Arthur the magic sword, Excalibur. Was she a Celtic lake divinity in origin, the same kind as the Gwagged Annwn? More likely she was originally a lake fairy from Welsh folklore.

King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table; Paintings of the Arthurian legends by Howard David Johnson "The Lady of the Lake"

Pavel Tatarnikov "Arthur of Albion" 11

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