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    King Arthur: Man or Myth? Introduction King Arthur, a man of chivalry, honour, strength, equality, and valour. A man of magic, exciting quests into the impossible, and one of the most recognisable romances ever known in literature. This is all fact, he was a mighty king, a powerful king, a just king… but was he? Was he even a king? In this research project outcome, this legendary story of King Arthur will be challenged. The impact of this hero on Europe and the world will be questioned, along with the variations of the Arthurian story by authors such as Geoffrey of Monmouth, Nennius, Thomas Malory, and Gildas. The various theories regarding Arthur and his existence will be illustrated, and will then close with my own opinion on the matter…

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    King Arthur, also spelt Aurthur in other cultural texts, is the mythical king of England who is made king by many supernatural events in order for him to unite all of the people to be one nation. He is given many gifts, those gifts could include Excalibur the sword of Kings, Guinevere the Queen he sought, and the most loyal and true knights. Arthur was an iconic figure to all Englishmen who wished to be king. His story was one that would be revised for centuries and used as a basis for every…

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    King Arthur Superstition

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    King Arthur was, by all accounts, considered the once and future king of Britain. He was noted for his chivalry and military skill. His knights were the epitome of glamor and gallantry. (“King Arthur and”). There were several versions of this classic tale. In each version the betrayal of his wife, Guinevere, and his most trusted knight, Lancelot and his relative, Mordred are key elements of his demise. However, the tale ends on a happy note. Though dead Arthur was delivered by fairies to the…

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    King Arthur, the most mysterious myth to exist has evidence on his existence and his non existence. Whether he does exist is a mystery to all. He will always be a great tale and maybe it should stay a tale. The proof that King Arthur really did exist. Some evidence is when bones were found in Glastonbury Abbey in 1191. Some personal accounts suggests that Arthur died at the battle of Camlann. Some historians believe that Arthur was conceived at Tintagel. Excavations show that it was…

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    King Arthur Forgery

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    Arthur evidently struggles dealing with the impossibility of truth, an inherent post-modern theme that fondly parallels the resistance people deploy over the lack of an unchanging objective reality. He becomes deeply perplexed about the role of his father’s forgery in his life for a multitude of contradicting reasons. The idea that we have a text mediated subjectivity is a concept Arthur permeates throughout The Tragedy of Arthur, as he inevitably becomes the text despite his resistance to it.…

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    What Is King Arthur Real

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    King of Britain, Leader of the Knights of the round table, and folk tale hero. King Arthur has been in many stories and is a huge part of British History. People mostly know him for pulling the legendary sword, Excalibur, from the stone that proved he was the one true king, but there are facts that people don't know. Where did King Arthur come from, who wrote the stories, was he even real? King Arthur has been in many stories that tell different parts of his life, but what are the true facts on…

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    King Arthur is said to be a medieval knight that was head of the kingdom Camelot. Many people debate on if he was real or not. Some say he was a military leader that fought off a Staxon invasion in the 5th and 6th centuries. His legend has been written by many authors, poets, and journalist. Not much is known about Arthur. Different writers have written different stories on Arthur. Some say he was a warrior that lead the British army. Others say he was an actually leader of Camelot. King…

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    Humans all have some type of code that one must follow to be the “ideal person.” One code is the code of chivalry. What is chivalry? Chivalry is defined as a medieval system that knights follow. This system includes a religious, moral and social code. Knights were expected to be courageous, courteous, show great amounts of honor, as well as fight for justice, and be ready to help the weak to be seen as “the ideal knight.” One example of a legend where this code of chivalry is exposed is King…

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    I believe that the Legend of King Arthur is all fiction without any historical basis because there is no real evidence to support his existence and all of the evidence discovered ended up making more sense than not. Within the documentary, the narrator mentioned suspicious time figures between the evidence that had been mentioned for him. In example, the first writing of King Arthur was discovered three hundred years after his supposed death. This brings up suspicion because you would expect…

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    There are many legends about King Arthur. One is that he pulled the Excalibur out of the stone. King Arthur became King by taking out the Excalibur from a stone. King Arthur was a fifth century British general who fought against Anglo-Saxon tribes and ensured that Britain stayed away from the west. In order to become a Knight of the Round Table, a knight had to prove he was polite enough. In the legend, the knights swore a Code of Chivalry it is an oath today. King Arthur had 1 kid . The…

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