Geoffrey of Monmouth,. The History of the Kings of Britain. Translator Thorpe, Lewis, Penguin, 1966.
Geoffrey of Monmouth
Standard Name: Geoffrey of Monmouth
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Having always wanted to write a historical novel, MS later recalled that the idea for The Crystal Cave came from a story in an early history of King Arthur : Geoffrey of Monmouth 's twelfth-century...
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The first eight poems, in hexameter, relate legends of saints' lives, with careful and scholarly citing of sources. Katharina M. Wilson identifies in them three major themes: grace and divine forgiveness for the repentant sinner...
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The matter of Wales (more commonly rendered as the matter of Britain) generally refers to material preserved in Welsh medieval manuscripts (the White Book of Rhydderch, the Red Book of Hergest, and...
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In 1979-81 RS published a trilogy of books, The Sword and the Circle, The Light Beyond the Forest, and The Road to Camlann, which were subsequently re-issued together as The King Arthur...
The obscure figure known as Geoffrey of Monmouth , who was probably Bishop of St Asaph (though many other roles have been assigned him), finished writing his History of the Kings of Britain, or...
An important manuscript book in Welsh, compiled this year, is now known as the Llyfr Coch o Hergest or Red Book of Hergest. It survives in the Bodleian Library at Oxford.