The most comprehensive collection of Arthurian illustrations and paintings,
sorted by artist.
Pre-Raphaelites and the New Romantic Tradition
with Modern Arthurian Authors, including Margaret Atwood, Robertson
Davies, and David Lodge.
Arthur's Court: Knights and Ladies of King Arthur's Realm
Index of Arthurian History, Literature, and Arts
from AD 175 to Present
from 383 AD to 1090
A very inclusive timeline, in a more narrative format.
from 1125 to 1485
from 1533 to Present
A journal of Arthurian studies. Need to subscribe to get current issue,
but you can search the archives online.
Middle English Collection
comprehensive collection of Middle English texts (in Middle English).
Useful for comparing translation to original version.
by Author Menu
A list of online texts ordered by author. Some author bibliographies
of Virginia Library
Thousands of online texts available to the public.
Online Medieval and Classical Library
in Jungian Psychology
An useful primer on terms associated with Jungian psychotherapy.
by Georgetown University; search by topics like chivalry, crusades,
and women, and select the medium you would like to find information
in, like texts and video.
The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources. Not specifically Arthurian,
but you can search under categories like women, religion, and technology.
"In Britannia's award-winning King Arthur section, you can visit
the sites that are associated with Arthur, explore the historical evidence
for his existence and discover Glastonbury, the legendary center of
the Arthurian universe. Also available are original sources and texts,
biographies of Arthurian characters, maps, reading lists and more. "
of the Arthurian Legend
"Vortigern Studies has the internet's most comprehensive treatment
of Britain's history from the end of the Roman era to Arthurian times."
Historical Arthur by P. J. C. Field
Studies of Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
by Alan Lupack, updated by Anne Zanzucchi
Steinbeck's The Acts of King Arthur: Criticism and Reviews by Laura
And Isolt in Modern Literature in English by Alan Lupack
Film by Kevin J. Harty
Animation by Michael N. Salda
Music by Jerome V. Reel, Jr.
Brief description of the legend and links to texts and images related
to the Grail.
de Troyes The Knight of the Cart
"The Charrette project is a complex, scholarly, multi-media
electronic archive containing a medieval manuscript tradition--that
of Chrétien de Troyes' Le Chevalier de la Charrette (Lancelot,
ca. 1180). It is developed and maintained by the Department of Romance
Languages, Princeton University."
The images at the
top of the page are from a set of twelve tiles illustrating the Idylls
of the King designed by John Moyr Smith for Minton, c.1875. Provided by
The Camelot Project, The University of Rochester (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/cphome.stm).