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  1. The Epic Tale of King Arthur By Colin Struckmann, Eric Smith, Justin Gerhart, and Chad Hollinger

  2. Fact King Arthur was a Knight, not a King The British and Saxons Fought in the 5th and 6th centuries Tintagel Castle Guinevere Became a Nun after Arthurs Death Arthur was Real Uther Pendragon is Arthur's Father Mordred Killed King Arthur  King Leodegrance is Guinevere's Father People were Chivalrous in the 5th and 6th Centuries The Battle of Mount Badon Fiction Camelot Sir Lancelot Merlin used magic Sword in the Stone Lady of the Lake Excalibur's Powers Avalon Sir Galahad Guinevere Was an Adulteress Perceval saw the Holy Grail  King Arthur: Fact or Fiction?

  3. Conclusion     Based on what we found out about King Arthur, we have concluded that some of it is factual, and some of it is just a legend.  As his story was told, authors added their own spin to parts of the story, making it into a legend.  We believe that there was a real Arthur, but people like Sir Lancelot and the Lady of the Lake were created by authors.  The story started with facts, but it was changed as it was retold.  Now, some parts are fictional, but there are still some facts in the story.

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