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Edward II Guinevere is to marry Arthur, but on the way to Camelot she is captured by an evil knight. This reading of the poem clearly will not do. If Tennyson's objective were to tell an Arthurian tale, he would be guilty of gross incompetence. Joseph and various companions came to Britain bringing the Holy Grail, and made Glastonbury their home. Lancelot throws off the suffocating helmet and fights substantially improved on foot than on a horse like a true knight is supposed to. That is probably what the film need to have carried out: free itself from all these suffocating cinematic and moral conventions. On 31 December 1309, Edward II issued a proclamation stating that he had heard how some Englishmen intended to travel overseas to take portion in jousting tournaments, and forbade them to do so. The warden of the Cinque Ports and the bailiffs of twenty-three ports all along the English coast were ordered not to permit any man "to pass the seas to tourney or do other feats of arms, without the king's special order." Despite this prohibition, the king's nephew-in-law Hugh Despenser the Younger, then about twenty or twenty-1, did leave the kingdom to joust, obtaining managed to evade all the guys ordered to watch out for knights going overseas with horses (I don't know what port he sailed from). The abbey church was enlarged in the tenth century by the Abbot of Glastonbury, Saint Dunstan, the central figure in the tenth-century revival of English monastic life, who instituted the Benedictine Rule at Glastonbury. It stars Richard Gere as Lancelot, Julia Ormond as Guinevere, Sean Connery as King Arthur and Ben Cross as Malagant. Some historians such as Kemp Malone and Linda A. Malcor have proposed that Lucius Artorius Castus himself may perhaps have led Sarmatian troops and therefore became the "original" historical Arthur on the other hand, because this Artorius lived in the second century, the film's Artorius is most likely meant to be his descendant.

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