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2. Open Directory - Society: Folklore: Literature: Tales: Fairy Tales: World Tales:
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3. Historical Fiction Resources
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Historical Fiction Resources Updated March 31, 2004 Home Request Banner or Link Exchange GENERAL RESOURCES (Hyperlinks open a new window) Authors list, other general information and links on historical fiction. 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica AlternaTime - a collection of Timelines on the Web Ambit's Today in History An (almost) Complete Guide to HF Reference Books Anarchist Timeline Ancient World Web ... ArchNet: Serves as the World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology
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6. King Arthur: Literature Of The Legends--Chretien De Troyes
Explorations in Arthurian legends. A literature Review. Part 1 Chretien de Troyes. Previous discussions have focused on writers who have attempted to portray Arthur as historical in nature. giant concepts in Arthurian lore Camelot, Lancelot, and the Holy right to inherit the kingdom of his father, Lac Historical literature. literature of the legends. The Importance of
Explorations in Arthurian Legends A Literature Review Part 1: Chretien de Troyes Previous discussions have focused on writers who have attempted to portray Arthur as historical in nature. We have seen that no matter how hard these writers try, they cannot help but invent conventions because they have so little to go on. Still, their Arthur was a figure of history whose deeds could be rooted in things that actually happened and places that could conceivably be identified. Geoffrey of Monmouth started the fiction ball rolling with his History of the Kings of Briton, which introduced many fanciful notions, including the idea that Britain had never been conquered by the Romans. Wace introduced the idea of courtly love. It was up to his fellow Frenchmen to elaborate on this theme. We start with the towering giant, Chretien de Troyes. We have seen that earlier tales of Arthur drew on Welsh tales and the events of the times of the writers to portray Arthur differently. Geoffrey of Monmouth has given us the begetting and birth of Arthur at Tintagel and Arthur's marriage to Guinevere (though he calls her Ganhumara). Wace has given us the

7. England, Great Britain, UK
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In Royal Fashion ... Historic Royal Palaces - much more on my Castles and Palaces page. RULING HOUSES IN ENGLISH HISTORY THE LEGEND OF ARTHUR King Arthur: History and Legend Find much more on Arthur on my Medieval Britain page. WESSEX EGBERT(802-39) ÆTHELWULF(839-858) ÆTHELBALD(858-860) ÆTHELBERT(860-66) ... EADRED(946-55) THE SAXONS Eadwig (Edwy) (955-59 AD) Edgar (959-75 AD) Edward II, the Martyr (975-78 AD) Æthelred II, the Unready (978-1016 AD) ... Edmund II, Ironside (1016 AD) THE DANES Canute I (1016-35 AD) Harald I, Harefoot (1035-40 AD) Canute II, Hardicanute (1040-42 AD) THE SAXONS AGAIN Edward III, the Confessor (1042-66 AD) Harold II (1066 AD) THE NORMANS William I, the Conqueror (1066-1087 AD)

8. Fairy Legends And Fairy Lore - Offering Names And Description Of Different Fairi
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my shopping cart store about us home ... Z A barta: His name means Performer of Feats. He was a member of the Irish Tuatha d© Danann.
Abhean: He was the Harper of the Tuatha d© Danann.
Adhene: These are the fairies of the Isle of Man of the United Kingdom. It means themselves in Manx Gaelic. They were easily offended when called by the wrong name or by invoking them. They were extremely malicious when they thought themselves wronged by humans.
Aengus: A fairy known in Irish lore who is one of the Sidh and a member of the Tuatha d© Danann.
Aeval: Among the Celts of Ireland, Aeval was the Fairy Queen of Munster. She held a midnight court to determine if husbands were satisfying their wives' sexual needs, or not, as the women charged. Click here to see a picture of Aeval
Aillen Mac Midhna: A fairy musician in Ireland's Tuatha d© Danann. He is described as being dark with flaming breath, and usually carried with him a poisonous spear. He played such beautiful music with his magical tambourine or harp that all who heard would fall to sleep. He would play to all gathered in the Celtic Samhain (Halloween), but annoyed when they fell asleep, he would take his spear and blast his fiery breath. After more than twenty years of Aillen's destruction, he was captured and died when forced to inhale the poison from his own spear.
Aibell: An Irish 'fairy' goddess.

9. Prehistoric Neolithic Art - History Human Experience - Arts Literature
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The term prehistoric art usually refers to artistic traditions produced by early non-literate peoples, and usually refers to art produced on rock surfaces. Although rock art traditions vary around the world, most include images carved, engraved, or painted on the walls of caves or on open-air rocky outcroppings. In addition to rock art, many prehistoric artists used the media of wood, bone, leather, ivory, and eggshell. The sculpting of human and animal figures from ivory, bone, clay, and stone was also an integral part of prehistoric art tradition. The links included herein relate specifically to prehistoric and Neolithic art. Get more exposure, list your site

10. Love & Glory - Book III: Leaders, Legends And Lore
LEADERS, LEGENDSAND lore. Page 2. July 30. Lionel was sitting at the breakfast table, listening to his grandsons and great niece chat about their adventures last night. The Saudi kingdom had fallen after a revolution in 2005 and oil individuals dedicated to defending the united States, and the world, from
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July 30 Lionel was sitting at the breakfast table, listening to his grandsons and ‘great niece’ chat about their adventures last night. Martha and Anne were making breakfast, having told the cook to take the morning off. Jonathan sat down near Lionel and saw the headlines on the paper he was holding. Rubbing the bridge of his nose, Jon sighed. “Has Lex seen this?” Lionel sipped his coffee before responding. “Not that I am aware of, but he will.” The trio walked in looking refreshed. “And it will not be a welcome wake up, either.” Lex was immediately accosted by two of his sons, one of whom ended up in his arms, but that didn't prevent him from noticing Lionel and Jonathan whispering. He could tell something was wrong. Cocking an eyebrow, Lex asked, “What? Spill it. What's going on?” Lionel turned the paper so that he could see the headline:
Luthor Leaves Minerva to Pursue Agenda in Senate
Lex reached for the paper, scanning Lois Lane's account of the inextricably-bound press conference and his surprise announcement at the Gala. The next article was a profile of the Luthor family, and a final piece on the front page referred to other articles in the paper. The front page of the business section had a biography of Tristan that detailed his career or rather, the portion of it that was public knowledge. The paper's crowning achievement, though, was an Op Ed piece that sermonized on the dangers of too much wealth controlling too much power without mentioning the words Lex or Luthor even once. The implication, however, was crystal clear.

11. Chapter 22: Literature Of The Middle Period
a considerable body of literature was produced by the exiles restoration of the united kingdom, and the promise that Drawing upon ancient priestly lore, possibly contained in written
Old Testament Life and Literature (1968)
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Chapter 22 — Literature of the Middle Period
ABOUT thirty years are embraced in the period which we are labeling for convenience "The Middle Period" of the Exile and which extends roughly from about 585 to 555. During these years a considerable body of literature was produced by the exiles: new additions were made to the prophetic oracles, the Deuteronomic history was brought to a close, the initial stages of the editing of the P source were undertaken and, if our dating is correct, the magnificent Wisdom writing which wrestles with the problem of theodicy, the book of Job, was composed.
In its present form, the book of Job records the sad adventures of a good and righteous man, stricken by God, and comforted by friends whose comments set forth the attitudes toward sin, suffering, righteousness and divine justice which were current in the writer's day. The prose prologue introduces the reader to Job, presenting him as one whose every act was kind, good and just, as a man of faith whose blamelessness and righteousness were affirmed by God. Indeed, it was God's boast of Job's upright behavior that prompted "the Satan," a member of the court of heaven

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Email John Ryan's research interests lie in the fields of language and literature of both Early English and the related cultures and Australian English and Australian literature. He has taught Old English, Old Norse, and Middle English for many years, more recently offering composite courses with these texts in translation. He has a world reputation for this studies of J. R. R. Tolkien and other neo-mediaevalist writers. Long a lexicographer associated with the Oxford English dictionary he has published extensively on Australian vocabulary and idiom. Since 1990 he has edited Australian Folklore . He writes regularly for folklore journalism North America, the United Kingdom and elsewhere. He has published numerous papers on cultural matters concerning Northern New South Wales. He has lectured and been published in many countries and was Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield (Department of English Language and Linguistics) in 1995. He has been a member of the Council of the Australian Universities Language Association since 1972.

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MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: logoImg(''); Encarta Subscriber Sign In Help Home ... Upgrade to Encarta Premium Search Encarta Further Reading from Encarta Further Reading offers additional information about your topics. England England: History England: Politics, Society, and Culture For younger readers Also on Encarta Encarta guide: The Reagan legacy Compare top online degrees Proud papas: Famous dads with famous kids England: History Black, Jeremy. A History of the British Isles. St. Martin's, 1996. Examines the history of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. Cannon, John, ed. The Oxford Companion to British History. Oxford University Press, 1998. Dictionary of British History. Gardiner, Juliet, and Neil Wenborn, eds. The Columbia Companion to British History. Columbia University Press, 1997. Entries on political, constitutional, social, economic, religious, military, naval, legal, and cultural history in Britain. Hibbert, Christopher. The Story of England. Phaidon, 1992. An introductory history for the general reader. Lace, William W.

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