Merlin, Arthur, Galahad, Lancelot - the names conjure images of knights in armor during the age of chivalry. When Le Morte D'Arthur was first published in 1485, it was the first time the mélange of medieval tales had been given unity, form, and the English language. Sir Thomas Malory, an English knight born in the early 1400s, wrote Le Morte D'Arthur - a set of 8 romances having to do with King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table - when he was in Newgate Gaol. The Holy Grail is one of the most famous.More
The legend of King Arthur is one of the longest-lasting and most-beloved epics in the English language. And it was Sir Thomas Malory who first arranged all of the tales into a long, English text back in 1485, calling it Le Morte D'Arthur. Here, with an expert performance from award-winning actor John Franklyn-Robbins, is one of the most famous tales from Arthurian legend: The Holy Grail. The Grail has a long link to Christian legend, and is the ultimate symbol for a knight's quest. Listen along as King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table embark on their greatest quest.
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Four hours to find the Holy Grail
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