King Arthur - David Fermer - E-Book

King Arthur E-Book

David Fermer

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Arthur wächst beim Zauberer Merlin auf, mit dessen Hilfe er zum König Britanniens wird. Durch Klugheit und Tapferkeit gelingt es ihm, das zerstrittene Königreich zu einen und zusammen mit seinen Rittern der Tafelrunde zu verteidigen. Doch dann wird Arthur von seinem tapfersten Ritter Lancelot hintergangen. Eine Rebellion, geführt von Mordred, bedroht das Land. English graphic Readers / Niveau A2 / Lektüre mit Annotationen, Illustrationen und Hörbuch Bitte beachten Sie, die zum Buch gelieferten Audio-Dateien können nur mit Geräten und Software abgespielt werden, die die Audiowiedergabe unterstützen. Gemäß dem Gerätetyp werden Illustrationen farbig oder schwarz-weiß abgebildet.

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King Arthur

by

David Fermer

1. Auflage (0003/2014)

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Autor: David Fermer

Redaktion: Don Haupt

Layoutkonzeption: Elmar Feuerbach

Umschlaggestaltung: Elmar Feuerbach

Grafik: Matthias Pflügner, Berlin

Druck und Bindung: Medienhaus Plump GmbH, Rolandsecker Weg 33, 53619 Rheinbreitbach

Printed in Germany

ISBN 978-3-12-909006-0

Contents

The characters

King Arthur

Additional information

Glossary

The characters

The legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, also known as the Arthurian legend, is set in the late 5th century and is an important part of British culture. Told for centuries, the stories are a mix of history, myth, romance, fairy tale and religion. Here are the legend’s most important characters:

King Arthur was a legendary king of Britain who fought against the Saxoninvaders in the late 5th and early 6th century. After many great battles, Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table finally defeated the Saxons. He built the castle Camelot where he lived with his wife Guinevere.

Guinevere was the beautiful wife of King Arthur. Some people say she had a love affair with Arthur’s knight, Sir Lancelot. Other people say she was a good wife and queen to Arthur. Many people think Arthur’s punishment of his wife was the beginning of his downfall.

Excalibur was a magicalsword with special powers. The owner of the sword could not be wounded or killed. King Arthur was given Excalibur by the Lady of the Lake. Before he died, he asked one of his knights to bring the sword back to the Lady of the Lake.

Merlin was a famous wizard. His mother was a normal woman, but his father was said to be a spirit. It was from him that Merlin got his supernaturalpowers.

Galahad was Lancelot’s son and was known as the “pure knight”. He was best known for his success in finding the Holy Grail, the cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper.

Lancelot was the most famous of Arthur’s knights. He was Arthur’s most trusted knight. Also known as Lancelot of the Lake, he fell in love with Arthur’s wife, Guinevere. Lancelot came from Gaul in northern France.

Mordred was King Arthur’s nephew and he was one of the Knights of the Round Table. Mordred betrayed Arthur and fought against him at the Battle of Camlann, where he was killed after wounding Arthur.

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Episode one

The towering castle of Tintagel. The wild seas of the Atlantic Ocean. The black cliffs of the coast. Night-time.

In the sky, a storm is brewing. A man in a long white robe walks over the bridge to the castle gates. He walks with a long stick. On top of the staff is the head of a goat.

The soldiers at the castle gates do not speak to him. They do not ask him his name or why he is here. They just open the gates and let the man in.

As the rain begins to fall and a flash of lightning lights up the sky, the man goes into the tower. He goes up the stairs to the king’s chambers.