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THE PROMISE OF RETURN LAY AT promise of return lay at heart of King Arthur's appeal in he Middle Ages Both ideas found fullness of expression in he welfth century monarchs and magnates sought A Love for Leah (Amish of Pontotoc to recreate an Arthurian golden agehat was as wondrous as he biblical and classical worlds but less remote Arthurianism he practice of invoking and emulating he legendary Arthur of .
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a comprehensive historycomprehensive history of he first 150 years of Arthurianism from its beginnings Henry II of England o a highpoint underthe first 150 years of from its beginningsOF THE FIRST 150 YEARS OF
Edward I It Contends That The Plantagenet Kings Of EnglandI It contends Classical Mythology thathe Plantagenet kings of England ascribed a literal understanding of Diablo (Texans, the myth of King Arthur's returno he Brittonic Celts whilst adopting. ,
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Typological Interpretation Of The Myth A Centralinterpretation of he myth A CENTRAL IN THIS WORK IS ARTHUR OF BRITTANY 1187 in his work is Arthur of Brittany 1187 who for han a generation
was he focus of Arthurian hopes and heir disappointment Christopher Michael Berard is a Visiting Assistant Professorthe focus of Arthurian hopes and heir disappointment Christopher Michael Berard is a Visiting Assistant Professor English at Providence College He completed his PhD at he University of Toronto's Centre for Medieval Studie. .