King arthur and the knights of the round table
Sir Bedivere was a trusty supporter of King Arthur from the beginning of his reign, and one of the first knights to join the fellowship of the Round Table. He helped Arthur fight the Giant of Mont St. Michel, and later he was made Duke of Neustria.
Sir Bors de Ganis
Sir Bors was the only knight to survive the Quest for the Holy Grail and return to court. His fathers name was Bors, and he later succeeded his father as King of Gannes. Bors was a chaste knight, but the daughter of King Brandegoris fell in love with him, and with the aid of a magic ring forced Bors into loving her.
Sir Gaheris was the son of King Lot of Orkney and his wife Morgause, sister of King Arthur, before being knighted he was squire to his elder brother Gawaine. Sir Gaheris married Lynette on the day his brother Gareth married hersister, Dame Lionesse, of the Castle Perilous.
Galahad was the natural son of Launcelot. His name may be of Welsh origin ...
In this, we are told of Arthur's conception when Uther approached Igraine who was made, by Merlin's sorcery, to resemble her husband. The child was given to Ector to be raised in secret. After Uther's death there was no king ruling all England. Merlin had placed a sword in a stone, saying that whoever drew it out would be king. Arthur did so and Merlin had him crowned. This led to a rebellion be eleven rulers which Arthur put down. He married Guinevere whose father gave him the Round Table as a dowry; it became the place where his knights sat, to avoid quarrels over precedence.
KING ARTHUR ` S LEGEND
The earliestcontinuous Arthurian narrative is given in the Historia Regum Britanniae (c . 1139 ) by the English writer Geoffrey of Monmouth . Here Arthur is identified as the son of the British king Uther Pentragon and his counsellor Merlin is introduced . The Historia mentions the isle of Avalon , where Arthur went to recover from wounds after his last batlle , and it tells of Guinevere’s infidelity and the rebellion instigated by Arthur’s nepheww Mordred .
All later developments of the Arthurian legend are based on Geoffrey’s work . Thus , the first English Arthuurian story , in the poet Layamon’s Roman de Brut (1205 ) is an English version of Geoffrey’s Historia . Arthur os depictedas a warrion on an epic scale ; and the story of his magic sword Excalibur , which only he could extract from a rock , is incluted for the first time ...
The figure of Arthur begins as a war hero, the praises of whom are sung in war poems by the Celts and the Welsh. Y Gododdin celebrates one particularly brave warrior, then says he "was no Arthur." The Triads are full of wonderful, courageous things Arthur did. The most important early source for Arthur's deeds is Historia Brittonum, written by the monk Nennius in the 9th century. Nennius calls Arthur dux bellorum and tells us of 12 great battles Arthur fought. Although Nennius tells us the location of each battle, those locations are hard to come by these days. Scholars are still arguing over the locations. Even the agreed-on locations suggest that Arthur got around--literally--from Scotland to the lowlands of Wessex to Wales.
He fought many battles as king with his trusty sward Excalibur which was given to him by the Lady of the Lake, Nynyve. King Arthur several residence, one of them was Camelot, which was his favorite. Camelot was in Southern England. There are two versions of the evens leading to Arthur’s dead. Both say he fought a war against the Roman Empire Lucies an conquered most of Western Europe.
Queen Elizabeth II has Hungarian-Romanian roots through the Countess Claudine Rhedey von Kis-Rhede (the 21st of September 1812- the 1st of October 1841) that lived in Sangeorgiu de Padure, Mures County, the Ardeal region, Romania. Claudia got married to Prince Alexander von Wurttemberg (the 9th of September 1904-the 4th of July 1885). They had 2 daughters and 1 son. Her son, Franz of Teck got married to Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge.
Saint Demetrius of Thessaloniki (Greek: Iγιος ΔημIzτριος της ΘεσσαλονIZκης) was a Christian martyr, who lived in the early 4th century.During the Middle Ages, he came to be revered as one of the most important Orthodox military saints, often paired with Saint George. His feast day is 26 October for Christians following the Gregorian calendar and 8 November for Christians following the Julian calendar.The spelling "Demetrius" is a romanization of the ancient Greek pronunciation; the Byzantine and Modern Greek pronunciation is romanized as Dimitrios. See Demetrios for more on the etymology of the name.
Tower Bridge - One of the most famous London attractions and just over a hundred years old, the Tower Bridge with its twin drawbridges, or bascules, each weighing about 1,000 tons have been raised more then half a million times since it was built. It takes only 90 seconds for the bascules to be raised with electric motors which replaced the old steam engines. From Tower Bridge you can view HMS Belfast, an 11,500-ton cruiser that opened the bombardment of the Normandy coast on D-Day. The closest tube stations are, Tower Hill and London Bridge.
My paper has the title “Famous American and British Universities” and it focuses upon the similarities and differences between these 4 universities from England and the United States of America. I chose this title because, even if it does not contain the names of the universities, it is suggestive and very clear.
The research for my paper has provided me with better knowledge of and insight into how a good educational system functions. After this study, I know that the main difference between a Romanian university and an English or American one is given by the educational system, because the Romanian teachers are not inferior to other teachers. For example, Titu Andreescu is the director of the Mathematical Association of America, although he is not the best Romanian mathematician.
My paper presents some differences and similarities among the science profiles of 4 famous foreign universities. There are 3 universities from the United States of America ...
There was a girl. Her name was Legs. She had big lips, big eyes, short hair and she was very tall. She hadn’t family and friends. One night, while she was walking on the plain alone she saw a cow, then she shouted ti it:
Strategies in the contest between lawyer and witness
The witnesses’ testimonies can either make or break the case being presented. Testimony is not the only type of evidence – documents, photographs and many other kinds of proof are equally acceptable – but it remains extremely important. It is the lawyer’s job to prove the facts of the story alleged in the complaint. In most cases, the lawyer’s objective is to discredit opposition witnesses and minimize the impact of their testimony. There are many cases in which the defense lawyer has no prove and he must discredit the plaintiff’s witnesses through cross-examination. And it is in such contexts that lawyers make maximal use of their linguistic power accorded to them.
Mandarin Chinese, Hindi and Spanish have more native speakers than English does; however, the geographic distribution of Mandarin and Hindi, as both first and second languages, is more limited than that of English. Spanish is more widespread than Mandarin and Hindi, but not much present in Asia or Africa. English also is the most widely spoken Germanic language.
Viewed from this fresh perspective, Shakespeare's tragic drama of the "star-crossed" young lovers is seen to be an extraordinary work. Indeed, Romeo and Juliet was an experimental stage piece at the time of its composition, featuring several radical departures from long-standing conventions. These innovative aspects of the play, moreover, reinforce and embellish its principal themes.
As the legend writers searched for deeper meanings, they found the Holy Grail; with it, they found it sin. Arthur was said to have conceived a son out of wedlock; Guinevere was said to have consummated her affair with Lancelot. Both of these acts were sins. With the Holy Grail the symbol of true knightly goodness, the picture of Arthur as all that is good and right was weakened; so, too, with Arthur's failure to eradicate the adultery in his midst. The idea, which had been building for a while, that his rule was intertwined with the fate of the country was shaken to its core.
Industria conservelor utilizeaza tabla cromata numai acoperita cu lacuri speciale, pe baza de rasini sintetice sau modificate cu ulei. Din tabla cromata se confectioneaza si cutii pentru produse uscate cum ar fi: produse de morarit, diverse pulberi alimentare, produse zaharoase, cafea solubila etc.
Tabla de sah Eurasiatica
La sudul acestui mare platou central-eurasiatic se afla o regiune anarhica din punct de vedere politic ,dar bogata in energie si care ar putea fi de mare importanta pentru statele occidentale si orientale eurasiatice,deopotriva,incluzand,in zona sa extreme-sudica,un foarte dens populat aspirant la hegenomie regionala. Eurasia ,aceasta tabla de sah uriasa si de o forma ciudata –care se intinde de la Lisabona la Vladivostok-este decorul in care se desfasoara ,,jocul,,.Daca Spatiul de mijloc poate fi treptat atras in crescanda orbita de influenta e Vestului(unde influenta Americana este preponderenta),daca Sudul nu este supus dominatiei unui singur jucator si daca Estul nu se unifica intr-un mod care sa determine alungarea Americii din bazele sale de pe coasta,atunci se poate spune ca America isi atinge tinta.
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