The British History of Geoffrey of Monmouth. In twelve books. Translated from the Latin, by A. Thompson, Esq. A new edition, revised and corrected by J. A. Giles, Ll.D. 1842.
Six Old English Chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals. Ethelwerd’s Chronicle. Asser’s Life of Alfred. Geoffrey of Monmouth’s British history. Gildas. Nennius, and Richard of Cirencester. Edited, with illustrative notes, by J. A. Giles, D.C.L. London: Bell & Daldy, .
Sir Thomas Malory has his own page.
The Lancelot or Vulgate CycleAttributed to Walter Map. The theories as to the actual author are wonderfully various, and the most plausible seems almost absurd: that the various parts were written by different authors working under the direction of a master architect—rather the way a television series might be written by a stable of writers under the watchful eye of the creator.
Morte Arthur. A Middle English metrical romance. Edited by
Samuel B. Hemingway. Boston, New York, Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company,
The History of the Holy Grail, Englisht, about 1450 A.D., by Henry Lonelich, skynner, from the French prose of Sires Robiers de Borron. Re-edited from the Unique Paper MS in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, by Fredk. J. Furnivall, Esq., M.A. Early English Text Society, 1878.
King Arthur and the Table Round: Tales Chiefly After the Old French of Chrestien de Troyes, by William Wells Newell, 1897-1898