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5 Matching questions

  1. Sir Thomas Malory
  2. The Lady of the Lake
  3. Morgan Le Fey
  4. Uther Pendragon
  5. Quest
  1. a He was a British king, and was the youngest son of Constantine. He was the father of Arthur. He was the husband of Lady Igraine.
  2. b Vivien was the lady of the lake disappeared with the infant Sir. Lancelot into her domain in the lake.
  3. c A mission for a individual.
  4. d English writer who published a translation of romances about King Arthur taken from French and other sources (died in 1471)
  5. e Was a popular sorceress. She was the daughter of king Gorlois.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a code that knights adopted in the late Middle Ages; requiring them to be brave, loyal and true to their word; they had to fight fairly in battle, and pay respect to women
  2. -Best of all Arthur's knights
    -Son of Sir Ban of Benwick (France)
    -In love with Guinevere
    -Father of Sir Galahad
  3. City where Arthur's court is established. The greatest and most famous court and castle associated with King Arthur.
  4. Blissful world of the dead (Celtic Mythology) Also means a type of island.
  5. The table that King Arthur and his knights hold court. Raised to not have as many fights between the knights.

5 True/False questions

  1. MordredArthur's nephew, Arthur and Mordred engaged and a lot of battles. The last battle was at the River Camblann. Son of Igraine.

          

  2. Norman Conquest of 1066Invasion of England, lead by William the Conquer (The Duke of Normandy)

          

  3. The Holy GrailMother of King Arthur. Wife of Uther Pendragon.

          

  4. King ArthurRuler of Camelot, fighter of the Saxons, a great king who brought peace and unity to England for years. He is always portrayed as a good and just man. Married to Queen Guinevere.

          

  5. Celtic Mythologya code that knights adopted in the late Middle Ages; requiring them to be brave, loyal and true to their word; they had to fight fairly in battle, and pay respect to women