On King Arthur’s Knights, we dive into both the historical side of Arthurian events and literature, as well as the legends and stories of Arthurian myth and folklore. Whether it be the Scottish Arthur or the Arthur of Welsh or English legend, we try to present information in an interesting way.
The Knights of the Round Table were characters in the legends about King Arthur. They were the best knights in King Arthur's kingdom, and lived in King Arthur's castle, Camelot. They were called the Knights of the Round Table because of a special table that was in Camelot, that was round instead of rectangular.
Who were the Knights of the Round Table? There were actually hundreds of Knights associated with the Round Table and King Arthur, but here we’ll take a look at the most often mentioned, well-known, or most associated with King Arthur and Arthurian Legend.
The Knights of the Round Table (Welsh: Marchogion y Ford Gron, Cornish: Marghekyon an Moos Krenn, Breton: Marc'hegien an Daol Grenn) are the knights in the fellowship of King Arthur in the literary cycle of the Matter of Britain, first appearing in literature in the mid 12th century.
The Knights of the Round Table were the knights belonging to the highest knightly order in King Arthur’s court. They were named so because they usually sat around a circular table, with the King sitting beside them. According to some legends, the names of the knights were inscribed on the winchester table so that each knight sat before his name!
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The Arthurian knights, who sat with King Arthur around a circular table, became the focal point of fellowship between knights. Some of them are famous as heroes and champions of just cause. In theory, they were brothers; however, jealousy, envy and hatred existed with the fellowship.
Oct 22, 2020 · Considered as among the top three, Sir Gawain is most famous among the other knights. He was also regarded as the first to join King Arthur’s fellowship. He was not only fearless but also a healer. His dexterity and sharpness was visible with his swordsmanship as well as his practice with herbs and healings.
The Arthurian legend features many characters, including the Knights of the Round Table and members of King Arthur's family. Their names often differ from version to version and from language to language. The following is a list of characters with descriptions. The symbol indicates a Knight of the Round Table.NameOther namesEarliest appearanceWorks featured inAmhar, Amir, AnirHistoria Brittonum, c. 820Arthur PendragonY Gododdin, c. 7th centuryManyAmbrosius AurelianusHistoria Brittonum c. 820Sir Balan le SavagePost-Vulgate Cycle, 1230sPost-Vulgate Cycle, Le Morte D'Arthur
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- Bagdemagus, Bedivere, Bors the Younger, Brunor, Cligès, Caradoc, Dagonet, Daniel, Dinadan, Galahad, Galehaut, Geraint, Griflet, Lamorak, Lancelot, Lanval, Lionel, Moriaen, Palamedes, Pelleas, Pellinore, Percival, Sagramore, Tristan
- Agravain, Cador, Constantine, Culhwch, Ector, Elaine of Garlot, Hoel, Gaheris, Gareth, Gawain, Gingalain, Guinevere, Igraine, Kay, Mordred, Morgan le Fay, Morgause, Ambrosius Aurelianus, Uther Pendragon, Urien, Yvain
- Accolon, Agrestes, Anguish of Ireland, Annowre, Balin and Balan, Ban, Lady Bertilak, Black Knight(s), Blanchefleur, Bors the Elder, Brangaine, Brunor(s), Catigern, Claudas, Elaine of Astolat, Elaine of Benoic, Elaine of Corbenic, Enide, Feirefiz, Fisher King(s), Garel, Gorlois, Green Knight(s), Guiomar, Guiron le Courtois, Gwenhwyfach, Hellawes, Hengist, Iseult, Lady/Ladies of the Lake, Laudine, Leodegrance, Lohengrin, Lot, Lucius, Lunete, Lynette and Lyonesse, Maleagant, Mark of Cornwall, Meliodas, Merlin, Nentres, Nine sorceresses, Olwen, Percival's sister, Red Knight(s), Rience, Sebile, Taliesin, Vortigern
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