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Arthurian legend and the history of Dark Ages Britain

Angelcynn - Anglo-Saxon Living History 400 - 900 AD is devoted to all manner of details that comprise the clothing, weaponry, artifacts and most importantly, the culture of this distant age.
Arthur of Britain offers information on Arthurian literature, legends, medieval literature, and links to Arthurian and medieval resources.
Arthurian A2Z Knowledge Bank is a large Encyclopedia style database of Arthurian lore.  Part of the Mystical WWW site.
Arthurian Archaeology is a short history of Arthurian Archaeology by Michelle L. Biehl.
Arthurian Booklist by Cindy Tittle Moore offers an annotated list of works about Arthurian topics, including scholarly works and fiction. Also includes Celtic fiction and a list of Arthurian organizations.
Arthurian Home Page by Douglas Johnston offers links to Arthurian manuscripts, Arthurian fiction, essays, critical reviews, illustrations and graphics, music and song, resources and lists, and more.
Arthurian Index is Miss Gien's personal homepage and includes several good articles about all things Arthurian.
Arthurian Information by Jenny Sposito offers a list of links to Arthurian resources.
Arthurian Legend Page by Terra Collver presents her thesis on the changing role of women in the Arthurian legend, a chronology of Arthurian literature, and an Arthurian bibliography. Also offers links to Arthurian sites on the Web.
Arthurian Literature List is a chronology of (mostly) medieval Arthurian literature.
Arthurian origins by the University of Idaho Arthurian Legend Club offers information about knights, ladies, Arthur, Merlin, the hunt, and Arthurian England.
Arthurian Resources by Thomas Green of Oxford, discusses Arthurian historicity, literature, characters, Myrddin, and archaeological sites.
Arthuriana is the journal of the International Arthurian Society, and "dedicated to all aspects of the Arthurian story from its inception in the Middle Ages to all its enactments in the present moment."
Arthurnet the moderated email list's complete archive site and search engine.
Beginning by D. Hayward provides excerpts from three of Tennyson's 'Idylls of the King' poems as well as links to other sites about King Arthur.
Booklook's The Many Realms of King Arthur by the Boulder Public Library traces the development of Arthurian legends from their origins in the Middle Ages to their latest adaptations in the 20th century.
Camelot Project, sponsored by the University of Rochester has Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information.
Celtic Twilight has full-text transcriptions of literary Arthurian texts: the Mabinogion, Chretien, Malory, Tennyson and more. Also extracts from original sources: Gildas, Nennius, the Annals Cambriae and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and an Arthurian Infopedia.
The Charrette Project is a scholarly electronic archive containing the Chrétien de Troyes's medieval manuscript Le Chevalier de la Charrette (Lancelot).
Dark Ages - King Arthur and Others by Grobius Shortling is an annotated booklist emphasizing Arthurian fiction.
Early British Kingdoms by David Nash Ford is a website dedicated to the Early Celtic Kingdoms of the British Isles and the historical King Arthur - now transplanted to Britannia.
Electronic Text Center (English online resources at the UV Library):
1205 - Layamon: Brut (Otho) / Brut (Caligula)
1400 - Anonymous: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
1440 - Anonymous: The alliterative Morte Arthure
1470 - Malory: Le Morte D'Arthur Volume 1
1470 - Malory: Le Morte D'Arthur Volume 2
1859 - Tennyson:  Lancelot and Elaine
1889 - Twain: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Encyclopedia Mythica: Arthurian legend is a collection of short articles on the characters and locations from the Arthurian romances.
Evidence of the Existence of Arthur makes the case for Arturius mac Aidan, a late 6th century Scot as the "irrefutable" Arthur (summary of the book 'Atrurius - A Quest for Camelot' by D. F. Carroll).
Gordd Cymru's Online Arthurian Resources provides source documents (incl. the Welsh Triads) and manuscripts concerning the Arthurian period of Northern Europe.
A Guide to King Arthur's Forgotten Realm is the work of two undergraduate students who took a month long research trip to Britain and created this site discussing the places associated with King Arthur and the legends attached to them.
Hanes Cymru is a collection of medieval Welsh historical resources by Jeff Hanes (sadly, not  all are translated).
King Arthur - History and the Arthurian Legend, part of the Britannia.com site has dozens of articles on the Historical Arthur and the Arthur of Literature including hard to find early Welsh poetry and an Arthurian Timeline.
King Arthur - Fact, Semi-legend or Myth by the Mystical World Wide Web is a crash course in the names, legends, and key writers associated with King Arthur.
Lady of Shalott page by Naomi Novik.
Lancelot's Castle offers information about chivalry, knights, and the Arthurian legend.
Legend of the Holy Grail by Justin Griffin discusses this legend. Includes several text files, many pictures, sounds, an on-line discussion group, and an on-line 'walk-through' of the Grail text, 'Perlesvaus.'
Legends - King Arthur - Sources is a particularly attractive site.
Merrie Haskell's King Arthur Page is still incomplete but it includes a very good timeline.
The Online Medieval and Classical Library is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.
Cliges, by Chretien de Troyes
Erec et Enide, by Chretien de Troyes
High History of the Holy Graal, Anonymous
Lancelot or, The Knight of the Cart, by Chretien de Troyes
Yvain, or The Knight With the Lion, by Chretien de Troyes 
Oxford Arthurian Society explores the figure of King Arthur in history, literature, and legend.  Most of the online content is in the society magazine archives Ceridwen's Cauldron.
The Quest is an Arthurian resource from the University of Idaho. 
Ruin and Conquest of Britain 400AD - 600AD by Dr. Howard M. Wiseman is a reconstruction of history using primary sources.
Saxon Shore is a historical look at the Matter of Britain.
Tintagel: Celtic Arthurian Literature features the early Celtic poems and stories from which the modern Arthurian legend developed.  These include The Boy and the Mantle, Elegy for Owain son of Urien, The Spoils of Annwn, The Triads, and more.
Vortigern Studies featuring The Vortigern Homepage is a site dedicated to the study of the period between the Roman occupation of Britain and the Early Middle Ages.
Wales: Quest for the Dragon is a travel brochure that also offers information about Welsh traditions and legends. Discusses the Celtic cauldron and grail and recounts the story of King Arthur and the Giant of Painscastle.

 

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