The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Arthurian Legends
For more than 500 years, the epic adventures of King Arthur and his knights have been one of the most potent forces in English literature. This lavishly illustrated volume examines all the different strands of the Arthurian myth, bringing together a wide variety of materials, fully complemented by paintings, engravings, maps, and family trees.
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Review: The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Arthurian LegendsUser Review - Michelle Snyder - Goodreads
Formatted for people who love all things Arthurian, nice pictures, some good information. A reference for the pop culture of symbolism. If you want to know where the Lady of the Lake really came from ... Read full review
Review: The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Arthurian LegendsUser Review - Nick Pearson - Goodreads
Quite boring of a read--though I guess it is an encyclopedia! Informative IF you have context. I feel you'd get more out of this if you were very familiar with the source materials. If you haven't read the sources, you may find yourself a bit confused. Read full review