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FC: Sangha Han | April 13, 2012 | Ms. Schaefer | Monster lesson o8 | Arthurian Legends | English IV

1: The Sword Excalibur | This sword represents magic and is associated with the rightful sovereignty, or quality of having supreme authority over a territory. According to the legend, it would only get detached from the stone if the right man pulled it.

2: Shield | The shield represents protection. Medieval shields were made to shield, or protect, knights from the direct attacks from the weapons of their enemies.

3: King Arthur | This legendary character is well known for his courage and strength. He was one of the noblest kings of the Medieval Times and led the Knights of the Round Table. King Arthur has become the inspiration to hundreds of literary works throughout the years.

4: Knight's armor | In the Medieval Times, the armor was not only vital on any battlefield because it provided protection on the knights body, but it represented honor and courage as well. Only brave and honorable men wore these heavy piece of metal to fight for their territory.

5: England in the 14th century and the map itself represented pride towards the people's nationality an land; especially during such rough times because of the constant invasions and attacks that made this nation suffer. | 14th Century Map of Western Europe (England, Germany, France)

6: Lines from the written text of Gawain and the Green Prince | This image represents the language they used to use in the 14th century. They're many different versions of this legend, but this is a fragment of the original piece.

7: The crown | Crowns are symbols of superiority and royalty. Therefor only special people, like King Arthur, have the honor to wear them.

9: The Pentagram | This figure, created from 46 lines, is a symbol of perfection because it replicates itself geometrically. It also represents endlessness because of the circle its is originally inscribed in.

10: The Cross | This image commonly represents religion. The Medieval Period was a period of constant changes and Christianity was our of them when it was introduced to England.

13: Castle of Camelot | The castle of Camelot's existences is still is a mystery. However, this place is the most important setting to King Arthur's legends. Here, Arthur established seated the great warriors in Europe, the Knights of the Round Table.

14: This isn't a product or company but it most likely is relevant in every bodies life. Some may see "family" as happiness and joy and some might see it as not pleasurable.

15: This isn't a product or company either but I'm sure everyone has heard it once from somewhere. Amore Vincit Omnia is Latin for "Love Conquers All" and it has relevance to my life because with love you can accomplish anything. With love you can help the people you care about by letting them know you love them and that you'll always be there. Also "Love your enemy" comes into play here as well because if you don't show suffering, but show love it can change the way your enemy looks at you. I learned this in my Latin class and it has honestly changed the way I act towards people. This three word phrase has made me a better person.

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