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The precedent of empire and the promise of return lay at the heart of King Arthur's appeal promise of return lay at the heart of King Arthur's appeal the Middle Ages Both ideas The Glass Palace foundullness of expression in the twelfth century monarchs and magnates sought to an Arthurian age that was as wondrous as the biblical and classical worlds but less remote Arthurianism the of and emulating the legendary Arthur of Ost Roman Britain was thus an instance of medieval medievalism This book provides a comprehensive history of the Something Like Fate first 150 years of Arthurianismrom its beginnings comprehensive history of the A Gun for Sale first 150 years of Arthurianismrom its beginnings Henry II of England to a highpoint under Edward I It contends that the Plantagenet kings of England
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