Perceval by John Perkins: The story of Perceval originated in the late twelfth century when Chretien de Troyes, the premier poet of that era, wrote romances for the courts of Marie of Champagne and Philip of Flanders. Chretien's version, although unfinished, inspired a multitude of variants that followed immediately...

Perceval King Arthurs Knight of the Holy Grail by John Perkins

Erec and Enide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (French renaissance literature)

"Erec and Enide" is one of the five poems Chrétien de Troyes contributed to Arthurian legends. Written in Old French, it's also one of the earliest

The Complete Romances of Chretien de Troyes

"The Complete Romances of Chrétien de Troyes" (David Staines)

Arthurian Names in the Perceval of Chretien de Troyes: Analysis and Commentary, by William A. Nitze and Harry F. Williams (Paperback)

Arthurian Names in the Perceval of Chretien de Troyes: Analysis and Commentary, by William A. Nitze and Harry F. Williams (Paperback)

Arthurian Names in the Perceval of Chretien de Troyes: Analysis and Commentary, by William A. Nitze and Harry F.

Chretien de Troyes 12th Century Arthurian poem. Free to read online (in modern English)

Free to read online (in modern English)

"Yvain, or the Knight with the Lion" by Chrétien de Troyes, translated by W. W. Comfort

LibriVox recording of Yvain, or the Knight with the Lion, by Chretien de Troyes. Yvain, the Knight of the Lion is a romance by Chrétien.

The oldest known stories of Arthur don't refer to Camelot by name. It is first mentioned explicitly in the romance Lancelot written by Chretien de Troyes in the twelfth century. There are many theories as to the location of Camelot, one of these being at Tintagel.  On July 4th, 1999 a small piece of slate was discovered during excavations on Tintagel Island inscribed with the name "Artognov". Could the mystery of King Arthur and Camelot rest at Tintagle.....!!!

The oldest known stories of Arthur don't refer to Camelot by name. On July 1999 a small piece of slate was discovered during excavations on Tintagel inscribed with the name "Artognov".

Chretien de Troyes poem, completed around 1176

Cligès is one of five poems in Old French written by Chrétien de Troyes. Similar to the Tristan and Isolde tales, this tale centers on Cliges' love for his uncle's wife, Fenice

A Companion To Chretien De Troyes: Norris J. Lacy

A Companion to Chretien de Troyes (Arthurian Studies)

Chretien de Troyes 12th Century poem, free to read online (in modern English) at Sacred Texts

Chretien de Troyes Century poem, free to read online (in modern English) at Sacred Texts

THE UNANSWERED QUESTION: Chretien De Troyes and the first Story of the Grail | Urthona Essays

THE UNANSWERED QUESTION: Chretien De Troyes and the first Story of the Grail

THE UNANSWERED QUESTION: Chretien De Troyes and the first Story of the Grail | Urthona Essays

Chrétien de Troyes, Érec et Énide, Le Chevalier de la Charrette, Cligès, Le Chevalier au Lion. Alexandre de Bernay, Athis et Prophilias. Benoît de Sainte-Maure, Le Roman de Troie. Wace, ... Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France MS fr.  794, fol. 27

Chrétien de Troyes, Érec et Énide, Le Chevalier de la Charrette, Cligès, Le Chevalier au Lion. Alexandre de Bernay, Athis et Prophilias. Benoît de Sainte-Maure, Le Roman de Troie. Wace, ... Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France MS fr. 794, fol. 27

Chretien de Troyes is responsible for Camelot, Lancelot and the Holy Grail; read "A Literature Review" at the King Arthur: A Man for the Ages site

King Arthur: Literature of the Legends--Chretien de Troyes

15th century illustration from Giovanni Boccaccio's De Mulieribus Claris. In the collection of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.

Was Chrétien de Troyes a Woman?

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