The Legend of King Arthur

The Legend of King Arthur and the Knights at the Round Table has touched everyone who's heard about them. The Holy Grail has been paid a lot of attention through Dan Brown's book The Da Vinci Code. Maybe he's right about his conclusion about the Grail... or maybe not.

This section of Nightbringer is one of the largest Arthurian online encyclopedias which covers characters, locations, items and events. If there is anything missing or wrong, don't hesitate to contact me!

My humble thanks to Christopher W. Bruce for the approval of using his book "Arthurian Name Dictionary"!

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Arthurian lives
- Arthurian Classes and Roles
- Kingdoms and Dukedoms
- Cultural Heritage
- Holding Court
- Money
- Wine
- Distances and Travel Time
- Topography and Local Legends

Knights and knighthood
- About knights
- Knighthood and Knight-errantry
- Arms and Armour
- Coats of Arms
- Cavalry
- Individual Combats and Courtesy
- Blood Feuds
- Colored knights
- The listed knights at the Round Table

Authors of Arthurian literature
- Writers A-Z
- Geoffrey of Monmouth
- Gerald of Wales
- Chrétien de Troyes
- Literature

Geoffrey of Monmouth and Robert de Boron are usually referred to as 'Geoffrey' and 'Robert' on the site. The following abbreviations of titles are used:
    Claris: Claris et Laris
    Culhwch: Culhwch and Olwen
    Erec: Erec et Enide
    Estoire: Estoire del Sainte Graal
    Queste: Queste del Sainte Graal

- Celtic Arthurian Literature
- Sources

Clubs and Societies
- International Arthurian Society (IAS)

Crosslinks on
- Trials of a Charmed Passion | Myths and Legends
- The Way to Fairyland | Myths and Legends
- Knighthood and Chivalry (Sweden and Denmark) | Knights