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Bobbitt, C 2005, 'Arthurian Legends (Eng 226 University of Great Falls)' Bibliography of novels with Arthurian characters and themes Retrieved May 20, 2006, from http://www.softworx.com/cbobbitt/226novel.htm

Comfort, W (transl.) 1914, Arthurian Romances Chrétien de Troyes, 1977 reprint, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, London.

Cowen, J (ed.) 1969, Sir Thomas Malory - Le Morte D'Arthur Penguin Classics, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England.

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Image and side-quote references

14th century French illustration, Arthur in battle [detail], in Heroes of the dawn: Celtic myth 1996, Time-Life Books, London, p. 102.

Backhouse, C 1988, Cover illustration [detail], in Goodrich, N 1989, King Arthur, Harper Perennial, New York.

Bibliothèque Royal de Belgique, The marriage of Arthur [detail], in Cowen, J (ed.) 1969, Sir Thomas Malory - Le Morte D'Arthur Penguin Classics, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England.

British Library, Historia Brittonum by Nennius [detail], in Keating, G & Keatman, M 1992, King Arthur - the true story, Random House, London, Fig. 8.

Delgado, T 1997, Cover Design [detail], in Guest (trans) 1997, The Mabinogion, Constable and Company, Ltd, London.

Jones, G and Jones T 1949, The Mabinogion (1993 New Revised Edition) Everyman Library, Orion, London.

National Museum of Ireland, The Armagh chalice [detail], in Rhys, J 1996, Celtic Britain, Random House, London.

Otrando Cathedral, Mosaic of King Arthur [detail], in Heroes of the dawn: Celtic myth 1996, Time-Life Books, London, p. 12.

Sheridan, R, Cover [detail], in Handford, S (transl.) 1982, The conquest of Gaul, Penguin Books, London.

The Winchester Round Table [detail], in Dixon-Kennedy, M 1997, Heroes of the Round Table, Blandford, London, p. 30.

Willow 1988 [cover illustration detail], DVD, Lucasfilm Ltd, Moore Park, NSW, Australia.

Wyeth, NC 1917 [detail], in Legends. King Arthur and the Matter of Britain. Retrieved July 14, 2006, from http://legends.duelingmodems.com/kingarthur/merlin.html