Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book I Chapters XXVI and XXVII

A little time passes! And then Arthur gets word from King Rience of North Wales — remember that guy? Nobody liked him? Seems King Rience has been making trouble in Ireland and Wales. Seems he may or may not have … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book I Chapter XVIII

I’m not sure how, but despite being down to about ten thousand men after the slaughter of the last few chapters, and after sending back all the surviving Benwick knights to Benwick to defend Benwick from King Claudas, Arthur and … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book I Chapter XVII continued

“Fight over!” shouts Merlin. “What the hell?” asks Arthur. “The best estimate for the number who died on D-Day, 6 June 1944, is between fifteen and twenty thousand total on both sides,” says Merlin. “You know how many lives you … Continue reading →