Difference between revisions of "12th Century texts"

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Almost all old french literature was woven in some form into the genre of Arthurian romance - a common hero is a knight from king Arthur's court. Some stories could have been completely independant of Arthurian myth, but choose to add a glancing mention of Arthur or one of his knights to give authority to their story.
 
Almost all old french literature was woven in some form into the genre of Arthurian romance - a common hero is a knight from king Arthur's court. Some stories could have been completely independant of Arthurian myth, but choose to add a glancing mention of Arthur or one of his knights to give authority to their story.
 
*"[[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)
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*"[[Cliges]]" [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old french, c. 1176)
 
*"[[Yvain]]", [[Chretien de Troyes]] (Old French,1177 to 1181)
 
*"[[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 "[[Perceval]] le Gallois" [[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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*"Erek" Hartmann von Aue (c. 1190)
 
*"Erek" Hartmann von Aue (c. 1190)
 
**A later, german, version of Erec & Enide
 
**A later, german, version of Erec & Enide
*Merlin Robert de Boron (french c. 1200)
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*"Merlin" Robert de Boron (french c. 1200)
*Joseph d'Arimathea, Robert de Boron (french c. 1200)
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*"Joseph d'Arimathea", Robert de Boron (french c. 1200)
*Perceval. Robert de Boron (french c. 1200)
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*"Perceval" Robert de Boron (french c. 1200) - completely lost, much influenced the "Didot Perceval" c1205
**completely lost, much influenced the "Didot Perceval" c1205
 
 
*"[[Tristran]]", [[Thomas]]
 
*"[[Tristran]]", [[Thomas]]
 
*"[[Roman de Tristran]]", [[Broul]] (Old French, late-twelfth-century)
 
*"[[Roman de Tristran]]", [[Broul]] (Old French, late-twelfth-century)
*"Tristrant und Isalde" Eilhart von Oberge (Middle High German, c. 1170)
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*"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
 
 
 
   
 
==[[Mabinogion]]==
 
==[[Mabinogion]]==

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