King Arthur & The Game of Swords

By Avery, Ginny, & Kristy

This is our Blog post 3 for UGC111. In the video, we talk about King Arthur and the mystical legends of his swords. Warning: Lame humor and not recommended for earphone users. Hope you guys enjoy!

Subtitles are available! :D

Sources:

Inspired by Crash Course by John Green
Link back to our Blog Post 2: A Wonder of the Ancient World.
King Arthur Biography (2016, May 17). Published by A&E Television Networks. Retrieved from Biography.com 
King Arthur: A Casebook (1996). By Edward Donald Kennedy. Published in New York. Retrieved from UB Library (Login Required).
King Arthur: Commentary. Gerald of Wales (Giraldus Cambrensis) - "On the Instruction of a Prince" (De principis instructione, c. 1193). Retrieved from Britannia.com
Excalibur. Myth and Legends of the World. COPYRIGHT 2001 Macmillan Reference USA. Retrieved from Encyclopedia.com
Story of King Arthur and the Lady of the Lake. By Tom Muir. Retrieved from Education Scotland.
Le Morte D’Arthur (1891). By Syr Thomas Malory. Published by David Nutt. Retrieved from HathiTrust Digital Library (Login Required).
Sound Effects is retrieved from Freesounfeffects.com, Sound Bible, YouTube (Battle Cry), & YouTube (Aww) 
Elevator Music © Bad Betty (Intro & Outro Music)

Sources of Images:

An island story; a child’s history of England (1906). Painting by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall via Wikimedia Commons. No Copyright Restrictions.
The Boy’s King Arthur (1922). Illustrated by Newell Convers Wyeth via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Excalibur the Sword (1902). Illustrated by Howard Pyle via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Lady of the Lake (1919). Illustrated by Henry Justice Ford via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
King Arthur Asks the Lady of the Lake for the Sword Excalibur (1911). Painting by Henry Gilbert via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain. 
A map of Ayrshire indicating King Arthur related locations (1869). By John Glennie via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Defeat of the Saxons by Arthur (2012). By John Cassell via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
How Mordred was slain by Arthur (1917). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain. 
Part of Caroline Townshend and Joan Howson window at St Nectan's Church. King Arthur (2012). Taken by Weglinde via Wikimedia Commons. Creative Commons. 
King Arthur and Sir Lancelot (1862). Designed by William Morris via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
King Arthur of Britain (1903). Illustrated by Howard Pyle via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Lamentation of King Arthur (1860). Painting by William Bell Scott via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Last Sleep of Arthur (1898). Painting by Edward Burne-Jones via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
A Yankee in the Court of King Arthur (1889). Illustrated by Daniel Carter Beard via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
King Arthur (2013). Illustrated by Neil O’Keeffe via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Knights of the Round Table and the Vision of the Holy Grail (1475). By Evrard d'Espinques via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Lancelot and Guinevere (1890). Painting by Herbert James Draper via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The marriage of King Arthur (1912). By Speed Lancelot via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Castle Camelot (1867). Painting by Gustave Doré via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Lady Guinevere (1903). Illustrated by Howard Pyle via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Sir Bedivere throwing Excalibur into the lake (1845). Painting by Walter Crane via Wikimedia Commons. No Restrictions. 
The Lady of the Lake gives Excalibur to King Arthur (2011). Retouched picture from the original version of Alfred Kappes via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
Excalibur (2009). By Eduardo Otubo via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Death of King Arthur (1862). Created by John Garrick via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
The Sword in the Stone (1963). Movie poster © Disney for non-commercial use via Wikimedia Commons.
Screenshot from The Sword in the Stone © Disney movie. Retrieved from Pinterest.
Screenshot from Monty Python and the Holy Grail © Michael White Productions, © National Film Trustee Company, © Python (Monty) Pictures. Retrieved from Nerdist.
Cover Photo of The History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth. Published in 2007, by Boydell & Brewer. Retrieved from Google Books.
Cover Photo of The Once and Future King by Terence Hanbury White. Published in 2015, by McClelland & Stewart. Retrieved from Google Books.