Lady of the Lake. Arthur Receives Excalibur - Daniel Maclise. From The poets of the nineteenth century by Robert Aris Willmott (editor), New York, 1857
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The Lady of the Lake was a title given to several different or related figures in the Arthurian Cycle. This mysterious female gave Arthur the magic sword, Excalibur. Was she a Celtic lake divinity in origin, the same kind as the Gwagged Annwn? More likely she was originally a lake fairy from Welsh folklore.
Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "Excalibur," by *Erulian, at deviantART. "In those…
Young Owen Appeals to the King, Art by Walter Crane, 1911
Sir Bedevere Casts the Sword Excalibur into the Lake, Art by Walter Crane, 1911
Sir Lancelot forbids sir Bors to slay the king. Walter Crane, from King Arthur’s knights, retold by Henry Gilbert, Edinburgh, London, 1911.
Sir Galahad is Brought to the Court of King Arthur, Art by Walter Crane, 1911
The death of Sir Lancelot - Illustration by Walter Crane from King Arthur's Knights 1911