Caliburn was the sword pulled from the stone. When it later broke in half, the lady of the lake handed Excalabur to Arthur. Caliburn Excalabur are often mistaken for one sword x ¥ x ⭐NB⭐

Caliburn was the sword pulled from the stone. When it later broke in half, the Lady of the Lake handed Excalibur to Arthur. Caliburn and Excalibur are often mistaken for one sword.

"She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery..." (Morgan le Fay) Artwork by W. H. Margetson. From: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights - 1914 ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓ Gᴀʙʏ﹣Fᴇ́ᴇʀɪᴇ ﹕ Bɪᴊᴏᴜx ᴀ̀ ᴛʜᴇ̀ᴍᴇs ☞  http://www.alittlemarket.com/boutique/gaby_feerie-132444.html ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓

Mythes, légendes et femmes : les mille visages de la fée Morgane

Another, famous, female wizard, Morgan le Fey. "She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery." (Morgan le Fay) Artwork by W. From: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights - 1914

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The Lady of the Lake was the foster-mother of Sir Lancelot and raised him beneath the murky waters of her Lake. She is, however, best known for her presentation to King Arthur of his magical sword Excalibur, through the intervention of the King's druidic advisor, Merlin (Myrddin) who was constantly worried that his monarch would fall in battle.

The Lady of the Lake ~ Lady of the Lake is the titular name of the ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend.

Scholarly articles mixed with extreme silliness. A visual smorgasbord for people who are interested in this period of history or in dressing up, period food, music and cat jokes (sorry, Tomcat Dorsey!)

Scholarly articles mixed with extreme silliness. A visual smorgasbord for people who are interested in this period of history or in dressing up, period food, music and cat jokes (sorry, Tomcat Dorsey!

Release Blitz - White Knight (The Camelot Rising #1) by Nicole Flockton & Abigail Owen   Title: White Knight Series: The Camelot Rising #1 Authors: Nicole Flockton and Abigail Owen Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance Published: January 29 2018 Page Count: 200 Pages  Modern-day King Arthur meets Snow White for a surprising happily ever after in this magical mash-up of legends and fairy tales.  The victim of an ancient curse Sasha White has wandered the world alone for centuries. The only way out…

Release Blitz - White Knight (The Camelot Rising #1) by Nicole Flockton & Abigail Owen Title: White Knight Series: The Camelot Rising #1 Authors: Nicole Flockton and Abigail Owen Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance Published: January 29 2018 Page Count: 200 Pages Modern-day King Arthur meets Snow White for a surprising happily ever after in this magical mash-up of legends and fairy tales. The victim of an ancient curse Sasha White has wandered the world alone for centuries. The only way out…

King Arthur

We’ve all heard stories about King Arthur of Camelot, who according to medieval legend led British forces (including his trusted Knights of .

http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/history/sites/themes/figures/king_arthur.shtml

Articles about key figures in Welsh history on the BBC Wales history website.

Doris Knutson’s Top Secret Filled Coffee Cake _ This recipe is recreated from the archives of Doris Knutson, who was Famous in Wisconsin for her cream-filled creations. (This a Yeasted Cake)

A tale of two tests

A tale of two tests: the quest for Baking Sheet recipes - Bakers Banter: Cream-filled Coffee cake

King Arthur's Hall: "The date and purpose of the site remain obscure. The first reference to it is in a document dated 1584, at which time it had already enjoyed a long association with King Arthur who was reputed to have frequented the site, and hence gave his name both to the site itself and the area of moorland in which it lies. ..."

King Arthur's Hall: "The date and purpose of the site remain obscure. The first reference to it is in a document dated 1584, at which time it had already enjoyed a long association with King Arthur who was reputed to have frequented the site, and hence gave his name both to the site itself and the area of moorland in which it lies. ..."

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