- Author:John Rhys
- Publisher:Kessinger Publishing, LLC; Volume 3 ed. edition (April 5, 2004)
- Pages:420 pages
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Rhys, John, Sir, 1840-1915. Oxford, Clarendon Press.
Studies in the Arthurian Legend (1891). Celtic Folklore, Welsh and Manx (1901). The Welsh People (with D. B. Jones, 1900). Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx – John Rhys – Google Books. Retrieved 23 April 2015.
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Studies in the Arthurian Legendby John Rhŷs. My chief Object in the following pages is to make Welsh literature help to shed light on the Arthurian Legend; and that term is here construed loosely, so as to include other legends more or less closely associated with Arthur
Studies in the Arthurian Legendby John Rhŷs. Studies in the Arthurian Legend. My chief Object in the following pages is to make Welsh literature help to shed light on the Arthurian Legend; and that term is here construed loosely, so as to include other legends more or less closely associated with Arthur. Most Of the following chapters arose out Of my Hibbert Lectures on Celtic Heathendom, which were delivered in the year 1886.
Arthurian legend by. JOHN RHtS, . Fellow of jesus college. Welsh, and are now only to be found in the Anglo-Norman versions and those based on them instances will offer themselves as we go on. The four Mabinogion contain no allusion to Arthur and his Knights, which is a fact that makes for their earlier date, and is corroborated by the very loose way, comparatively speaking, in which the Normanized Welsh tales have been put together.
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