Although King Arthur is a quasi-historical figure of British origin, included in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s twelfth-century text, Historia Regnum Britanniae, where he is listed in the chronology of English kings...
The term manuscript—literally, “written by hand”—would have had little significance in medieval Europe, as everything written before the development of the printing press in the fifteenth century was handwritten...
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