Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book V Chapter VII

Caesar Lucius has spies scattered throughout France, and he gets word almost immediately that Arthur’s sending his column of prisoners up to Paris with a relatively light guard.  So next morning, Cador and Launcelot are leading the column back, and … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book V Chapter VI, continued

So to recap the first part of this chapter: Gawaine and Bors went to Lucius on a mission of peace, and it didn’t go well, and then Gawaine broke truce and killed Lucius’s cousin.  Coming back from the commercial break, … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book V Chapter V

Here’s where things take a turn!  So Arthur is chilling in Dunkirk, taking attendance and getting everyone sorted.  Unlike D-Day there isn’t any immediate resistance, because the Romans don’t control the northern edge of France, that’s Arthur’s territory.  You may … Continue reading →