Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume II/Book XIII

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BOOK XIII


Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Chapter I: How at the vigil of the Feast of Pentecost entered into the hall before King Arthur a damosel, and desired Sir Launcelot for to come and dub a knight, and how he went with her
  • Chapter II: How the letters were found written in the Siege Perilous and of the marvellous adventure of the sword in a stone
  • Chapter III: How Sir Gawaine assayed to draw out the sword, and how an old man brought in Galahad
  • Chapter IV: How the old man brought Galahad to the Siege Perilous and set him therein, and how all the knights marvelled
  • Chapter V: How King Arthur shewed the stone hoving on the water to Galahad, and how he drew out the sword
  • Chapter VI: How King Arthur had all the knights together for to joust in the meadow beside Camelot or they departed
  • Chapter VII: How the queen desired to see Galahad; and how after, all the knights were replenished with the Holy Sangreal, and how they avowed the enquest of the same
  • Chapter VIII: How great sorrow was made of the king and the queen and ladies for the departing of the knights, and how they departed
  • Chapter IX: How Galahad gat him a shield, and how they sped that presumed to take down the said shield
  • Chapter X: How Galahad departed with the shield, and how King Evelake had received the shield of Joseph of Aramathie
  • Chapter XI: How Joseph made a cross on the white shield with his blood, and how Galahad was by a monk brought to a tomb
  • Chapter XII: Of the marvel that Sir Galahad saw and heard in the tomb, and how he made Melias knight
  • Chapter XIII: Of the adventure that Melias had, and how Galahad revenged him, and how Melias was carried into an abbey
  • Chapter XIV: How Sir Galahad departed, and how he was commanded to go to the Castle of Maidens to destroy the wicked custom
  • Chapter XV: How Sir Galahad fought with the knights of the castle, and destroyed the wicked custom
  • Chapter XVI: How Sir Gawaine came to the abbey for to follow Galahad, and how he was shriven to a hermit
  • Chapter XVII: How Sir Galahad met with Sir Launcelot and Sir Percivale, and smote them down, and departed from them
  • Chapter XVIII: How Sir Launcelot, half sleeping and half waking, saw a sick man borne in a litter, and how he was healed with the Sangreal
  • Chapter XIX: How a voice spake to Sir Launcelot, and how he found his horse and his helm borne away, and after went afoot
  • Chapter XX: How Sir Launcelot was shriven, and what sorrow he made and of the good ensamples which were shewed him