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Egregii Procuratores: The Master Of Arts’ Full-Dress Gown And Its Use By The Proctors And Assessor Of The University Of Oxford, Edmund Eggleston
Transactions of the Burgon Society
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The “Anarchy” Of King Arthur’S Beginnings: The Politics That Created The Arthurian Tradition, Andrew D. Pringle
Crossing Borders: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship
“The ‘Anarchy’ of King Arthur’s Beginnings: The Politics that Created the Arthurian Tradition” examines Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Brittaniae in a political and historical context to illuminate the 12th-century politics that started the Arthurian tradition and show how those politics influenced later works about the legendary king. Based on literary and historical research, this paper covers the transmission of politics in the Historia in three sections: a summary of the politics during the time Geoffrey wrote the Historia, an examination of the way those politics were integrated into the Historia, and finally a consideration of ...