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Arthurian Tales - 4-book series by Leon Mintz

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13-ISBN: 9780971782853
10-ISBN: 0971782857
LCCN: 2010934064
Soft-cover, p. 352

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13-ISBN: 9780971782860
10-ISBN: 0971782865
Soft-cover, p. 494

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Arthurian Tales is a four-book series. The fifth-century hangs as a backdrop for these epics. Laid out upon their shields, each Arthurian Tale showcases an alternative, but true-to-the-source look at this legendary theme. Many may disagree with the author's interpretation. This is expected. The Arthurian legends have a way of molding to one's personal beliefs. So, please do not fault Mintz for having an opinion, but freely scorn him if he strays from it. And as such, the author dares to address the simple, but subjective question.

Who was Arthur?

And the answer is: (as portrayed in Arthurian Tales by Leon Mintz)

Arthur was the grandson of the self-proclaimed restorer of Rome, King Adaulphus of the Visigoths, and Empress Placidia.

Arthur lived and died in the fifth century. By the requests from various nobles, Arthur weighed out justice and bled the wicked dry. Across the Roman Empire and beyond, Arthur waged war as a glorious battle lord.

Ambrosius Aureliani begins with the birth of Arthur's legendary uncle. Read how the White Boar of Cornovia devours the evil of Vortigern and his men.

The series continues with Arise Pendragon through turbulent teenage years of Arthur. It follows his rise to glory, his lose of Guinenvere, and his seizing the Sword of Power.

Going into the third novel, Arthur risks his British lordship and lands to defend Romanitas

And then, see how the men that fought and bled by his side made Arthur the king of forevermore in the finale of Arthurian Tales.

Read the first twenty six chapters of Arthurian Tales: Ambrosius Aureliani for free.

Read the first four chapters of Arthurian Tales: Aris Pendragon

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For viewers seeking further enlightenment, the Harbor has gather a consolidated list of various sources. One may venture to Arthurian Links to find them

Learn more of the history behind Arthurian Tales:

Arthurian Tales Chronology - 382 to 420

Arthurian Tales Chronology - 421 to 439

Arthurian Tales Chronology - 440 to 454

Read the author's opinion on key Arthurian issues:

British Appeal to Agitius

St. Germanus, the Bishop of Auxerre

The Coming of the Saxons

King Grallon viewed as Vortigern

Ambrosius and the city of Aureliani

The Sword of Power & the Round Table

 

 

 

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