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  • Writer's pictureS.D. Evans

Easter events at King Arthur's court

Easter was done, with dolour and death of Christ, who high upon the heavy cross hung, then gallantly came again, greeting men's grief, until heavenward he happily lifted high. Then was Arthur, king, come again to Camelot with right reverence and ritual upon the Tor. At Pentecost it was. Spring song of every sort of bird was in the tops and twigs of the trees, while in the fields flowers waved like flags fit to favour the feasting and festivities.


Sir Gawain and the Green Maiden, the legend continues.

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