King Arthur themes have been popular for hundreds of years. The legend continues to be examined to find out if the stories are fact or fiction. For researchers there are several sources one may use to answer queries. This LibGuide will direct one to a variety of information, whether the individual wants a brief introduction into the topic, or is looking for more meat on an issue. It offers a brief annotation of books, articles, internet sites and land where the stories were rumored.
The Britannia and Britannia Lexicon are good places to go for those just beginning to research and learn about King Arthur. For Medieval texts the Internet Medieval Sourcebook is a great resource. A great resource for researchers would be through the Camelot Project at the University of Rochester. If one is looking for drama titles this resource does not have direct links, although some of the sources cited in this guide do. Depending on your Arthurian needs, this LibGuide should be able to offer you a portal in which to discover the answers.
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The following are some good keywords, common names and topics encompassed in the King Arthur Legend: King Arthur, Arthur Pendragon, Medieval, Guinevere, Lancelot, Galahad, Gawain, Merlin, Morgana, Camelot, Holy Grail, Quest and Round Table.