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    bravest Knights of the Round Table and was a close friend of King Arthur. “ Now I don't know about you but if I hear something like this then it makes me think right away if this knight truly deserved his place at the round table and that is what i'll be discussing today. So the first thing you have to know about sir galahad is he was supposed to be the noblest, he was one of the knights that went on the quest for the holy grail, and finally he was brave. It's strange to think that a knight would even want to die especially if he is loved by practically everyone. So let me explain why I believe Sir Galahad deserved his place at the round table. When I say that Sir Galahad was…

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    “The code of chivalry emphasized bravery, military skill, generosity in victory, piety, and courtesy to women”(Hirsch). The story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table is surrounded by hundreds of different tales telling of the various attributes of a number of different Knights, including the King himself. One element that is present in every tale told of these knights is chivalry. King Arthur demanded of his knights that they follow the code of chivalry while on their adventures.…

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    more differently than they were in the Arthurian Times. In The Knights of the Round Table by Roger Lancelyn Green. Women throughout the story are either depicted as damsels in distress, untrustworthy, or magical prophets. Throughout the story women are in need of help from King arthur and his Knights. These damsels in distress show up in the kingdom needing some assistance or are there to deliver a message that needs to be addressed by the strongest chivalrous knights. “ There came riding…

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    King Arthur is a British leader who fought against Saxon invaders.He became king by taking a sword out of the stone,he didn't know about the prophecy and became a king.The sword that Arthur pulled out is Excalibur.King Arthur was a king that helped the british to succeed during the battle of the Saxon. King Arthur made a system of Knights of the Round Table to give an oath and make rules.King Arthur was the one who invited the knight Lancelot and added him to The Round Table. …

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    In Green Knight and Arthur there are many time where the knights in the story show chivalry. There are other people such as Markman rejects mythic or supernatural interpretations of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, suggesting instead that the poem focuses on "its human hero" as an exemplar of virtue and achievement as opposed to the view of chivalry. In the beginning of Green Knight we see that Gawain has shown chivalry when he chooses to take the place of Arthur. In the end of Green Knight we…

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    Do you know who the mythological figure of Kingdom Camelot is? King Arthur is the head of Kingdom Camelot and made a round table for them to sit and talk. King Arthur was based off the fifth to sixth century british warrior. Arthur may have been a warrior officer a real man who led British military construction periods King Arthur is in the evil mythological figure he was in the head of the Kingdom of Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table. He was created as a king because he was as strong…

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    lessons while on a dare? In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, we see Sir Gawain go through just that. While on a journey to keep his word, we witness Gawain be faced with countless trials without his knowing. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight was created back in the late 14th century. We witness much of the culture that was featured during that time, in this story such as knights, kings, magic etc. In this story we witness a self-depreciating knight of the round table embark on a journey to keep…

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    Why Is Camelot Important

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    Arthur lived with the good knight Sir Hector, whom he always called father. Arthur was the first born son of King Uther. Merlin advised that Arthur should be raised in a secret place and that no one should know . After Arthur's father died there was a conflict of who should be the next King.Merlin the great magician put a spell on the Sward and only Arthur can pull it. Merlin wrote on the sword in gold he said "Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone is the right wise born king of all…

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    challenges our core fundamentals of heroics. As children we are taught about heroes such as the knight and shining armor riding a trusty white steed who rescues the damsel in distress. Monty Python exaggerates the reason for the heroic act and portrays the heroes as being pompous and arrogant. Monty Python is a parody that focuses on the humor of King Arthur as he and his knights search for the Holy Grail. King Arthur being the journey looking for knights to serve at the round table of Camelot.…

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    Raffel’s poem, “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” Sir Gawain, a knight of the round table, is the hero who embarks on a journey and returns with a better knowledge of his true inner self. The poem starts at Camelot’s Christmas celebration when Sir Gawain accepts a challenge from the Green Knight, basically agreeing to let the Green Knight behead him in a year from their first encounter. Sir Gawain stays true to his word and a little less than a year later goes on a quest to find the Green Knight…

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