Arthur, Cerdic, and the
Formation of Wessex
This is a
large article by John C. Rudmin, who has found
reasons to identify Cerdic with Arthur, Very
The Matter of Britain
A links page
from an immensely large links site.
This is a
website about a series of fine-art engravings of
Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, created in
1948 by the Belgian/British artist and book
illustrator Francoise Taylor.
of the quarterly Journal of the International
Arthurian Society-North American Branch. This
ever growing website is well worth visiting for
A very good
site by Judy Shoaf, with everything you want to
know of Arthurnet, plus many, many links to both
sources, literature and other Arthurian pages.
cofusing site, but with all the regalia present.
Camelot in Four Colors
Alan Stewart's fantastic and very new site about
the Arthurian Legend in Comics. Not completely
finished yet, which means it can only get better.
The Camelot Project
by the University of Rochester can only be
described as superb.It is designed to make
available in electronic format a database of
Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and
basic information. This site is a major source of
information for every Arthurian enthousiast.
The Charrette Project
project is a complex, scholarly, multi-media
electronic archive containing a medieval
manuscript tradition - that of Chrétien de
Troyes's Le Chevalier de la Charrette
(Lancelot, ca. 1180). It is
developed and maintained by the Department of
Romance Languages, Princeton University.
Isle of Avalon
unofficial Glastonbury website. Very good -
everything you want from visiting this 'sacred'
A bit of a
links-site dealing with subjects like King Arthur,
the Round Table, and the Sangreal.
King Arthur-a Man for the
David White's Arthurian site, not too large, but
very interesting. A not insignificant amount of
links a built into the text, which l can lead you
to interesting places. Very new to the web. The
author has also published 2 guest-articles on this site.
Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table
links page. Not too much Arthuriana, but many
links to cultural information about England.
King Arthur on Britannia
More of a 'tourist'
site than a serious scientific one. Lots of
material though, such as sources, biographies,
art, and a large article by Geoffrey Ashe,
Arthurian expert pur sang.
Koning Artur en de Middeleeuwse
A nice Dutch
site about Arthurian literature with interactive
stuff like movies, fragments and a quiz.
King Arthur Uther
Is this guy
the real King Arthur - living in a council flat?
Many people think he is, including himself. But
though he may save the clippings from his beard,
walk around in a robe carrying a sword (Excalibur,
of course), he was the only person in 1998
allowed to enter Stonehenge during the midsummer
solstice without being arrested by the massed
police - it's good to be the King...
King Arthur and the Matter of Britain
attractive and useful site covering the
historical and literary aspects of the Arthurian
Arthurian Resource Page
linkspage, last updated June 1998.
Millenial Quest for Arthur; in Search of Britain's
In January 2000 two undergraduate students left
for a month-long research trip. After travelling
over 3000 miles across the Island of Britain they
created this outstanding site for people who wish
to learn more about those places associated with
King Arthur and the legends attached to them.
The Oxford Arthurian Society
Arthurian Society exists to explore the figure of
King Arthur in history, literature and legend.
Arthurian society, this one based at Winchester.
Ogden-Korus. A very promising site with
Quest for Camelot
Warner Bros site of this well-made animation. All
about the movie, the characters, the making,
sights and sounds and lots more.
Scotland's King Arthur
This site is
devoted to the theory that Arthur's origin might
have been a northern one.
- Tom Green's Arthurian
A series of
scholarly essays on the Arthurian sources, sites
and literature from Exeter College, Oxford.