king arthur

middle ages

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King Arthur married Queen Guinevere

Arthur lived in a big castle in a place called camelot
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Arthurs wife is best known today as the adulteress who had an affair with Lancelot.
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Arthur was turned into a fish and went for a swim in the moat
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He was killed in his last battle, the Battle of Camlann
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Morgan le Fay was King Arthur's half-sister.
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King Arthur had a nickname. It was ‘The one true King of the Britons'
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The Round Table was made by Merlin the Magician and given to the King Arthur and Queen Guinevere as a wedding present.
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Mordred, King Arthur’s villainous nephew, was actually his son. Mordred defeated King Arthur in a final battle.
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King Arthur, along with his wife, is said to be buried at Glastonbury Abbey in Glastonbury, England.
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the myth found a home on Broadway with the musical Camelot,
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Monks at Glastonbury Abbey in the 1100s reportedly discovered two bodies buried in the abbey. One was a man, the other a woman with still-intact golden hair. A lead cross was also claimed to have been found that proclaimed the bodies to be that of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere.
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Knights would gather before battle at a round table where they would receive instructions from their King.
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King Arthur was also known as "The One, True King of the Britons".

He was the son of King Uther Pendragon and Igraine the Duchess of Cornwall.

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Lancelot was King Arthurs friend before he betrayed him and found out about him and Guinevere.
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