King Arthur's Round Table Public

The first page of Chapter I: The Fire Sign, Leo and the first page of Chapter XII: Orion the Giant "Light of Heaven", from Katharine Maltwood's manuscript "King Arthur's Round Table". The first page of Chapter XII Orion the Giant "Light of Heaven" features a cut out photograph of the Giant Orion from Katherine Maltwood's Somerset Zodiac (also known as Glastonbury Zodiac). A caption under the photograph reads: "DUNDON Hill - photographed from the - air, here reveals - “THE GIANT’s” - head, and arm which - Messire Gawain - is said to have cut off in - Branch 6, Title 5, of the High History". The first page of Chapter I: The Fire Sign, Leo features a cut out photograph of Leo from Katharine Maltwood's Somerset Zodiac (also known as Glastonbury Zodiac). A caption under the photograph reads: “The ‘formidable animal’ - The Lion that the Knights of King Arthur are - represented as killing".

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In Collection:
Creator Subject Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 2 pages
Alternative title
  • Chapter XII: Orion the Giant 'Light of Heaven'
  • Chapter I: The Fire Sign, Leo
  • Manuscript of "King Arthur's Round Table"
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 51.08333,-3
Physical repository Collection
  • Katharine Maltwood Collection
Provenance
  • Donor: John Maltwood
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • Box1_SecV_A_Lot1_1
Fonds title
  • Katharine Maltwood fonds
Fonds identifier
  • SC076
Is referenced by Date digitized
  • July 15, 2015
Technical note
  • Digitized by Robbyn Gordon Lanning. Technical and cataloguing metadata provided by Robbyn Gordon Lanning. Migration metadata by KD.
Year
  • 19XX
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Rights
  • Contact Special Collections and University Archives for access to the original manuscript and for reproduction requests (speccoll@uvic.ca). This material is made available on this site for research and private study only.
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