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*"[[Erec and Enide]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French, c. 1170)
 
*"[[Erec and Enide]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French, c. 1170)
 
*"[[Cliges]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (old french, c. 1176)
 
*"[[Cliges]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (old french, c. 1176)
*"Yvain" aka "[[The Knight of the Cart]]", [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French,1177 to 1181)
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*"[[Yvain]]", [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French,1177 to 1181)
 
*"[[Lancelot]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French, 1177 to 1181)
 
*"[[Lancelot]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French, 1177 to 1181)
*"Le Conte du Graal" aka "[[Le Roman de Perceval]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] and other authours (old french c.1180 with later additions)
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*"Le Conte du Graal" aka "[[Perceval]] le Gallois" [[Chretien de Troyes]] and other authours (old french c.1180 with later additions)
 
*"ROMAN DE BRUT" (Romance of the Britons), [[Wace]]
 
*"ROMAN DE BRUT" (Romance of the Britons), [[Wace]]
 
**some translations: ISBN: 0460005782 : 0460015788
 
**some translations: ISBN: 0460005782 : 0460015788
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*"Tristrant und Isalde" Eilhart von Oberge (Middle High German, c. 1170)
 
*"Tristrant und Isalde" Eilhart von Oberge (Middle High German, c. 1170)
 
**poem now lost, 13thC copy remains. German version of Tristrant
 
**poem now lost, 13thC copy remains. German version of Tristrant
 
==[[Chretien De Troyes]]== (p. c1160-1180/90)
 
Arthurian romances (Yvain, Lancelot, Perceval) and other works (Cliges). A pleasant late 12th century French romance. Many translations widely available. The Burton Raffael translations are good, but a 19th century translation is available from [[Project Gutenberg]]: [http://www.gutenberg.net/browse/BIBREC/BR831.HTM]
 
 
 
 
 
   
   

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