By Matt Schwoebel (an amateur historical Arthur scholar/enthusiast)

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Friday, July 16, 2004


1 Ashe, Geoffrey, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain, 1994.
2 Ashley, Mike, British Kings & Queens, The Mammoth Book of, 1998.
3 Castleden, Rodney, King Arthur: the Truth Behind the Legends, 2000.
4 Holmes, Michael, King Arthur: a Military History, 1996.
5 Morris, John, The Age of Arthur: a History of the British Isles from 350 to 650, 1973.
6 Rhys, John, Celtic Britain, 1904.
7 Scullard, H. H., Roman Britain: Outpost of the Empire, 1979.
8 Turner, P.F.J., The Real King Arthur: a History of Post-Roman Britannia A.D.410 – A.D.593 (Vol. I & II), 1993.
9 White, Richard (editor), King Arthur in Legend and History, 1997.


Blogger BethL said...

I see your sources are all from the 20th century. You'd do well to read The Romance of Arthur, edited by James J. Wilhelm. It's an anthology of Arthuriana from the early Latin chronicles through Welsh storytelling, French romances, Lancelot's debut, and on through Malory. Definitely worth reading if you're interested in Arthur, and a closer step to the "real thing" as far as documents go. I wouldn't put much faith in the commentary, though.

April 23, 2006 at 3:46 PM  

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