King Artus A Hebrew Arthurian Romance of 1279 (Medieval Studies)

By: Curt Leviant

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Collectible Fine First American 2003 Trade Paperback Edition the 1969 Ktav First Edition.126 pp. Clean pages free of writing. Free of Signatures. NOT a library copy. If Arthur waited for a wonder before he could begin to eat in Camelot.This might constitute a "wonder" for the feast to begin. A genuine Hebrew or a Jewish Arthurian Romance written in 1279. A variant of the Vulgate Lancelot composed in Italy by a observant educated Jewish man who humorously explains why it is ok to read and enjoy in his own introduction. What makes this edition itself a wonder besides pointing out in the text how both King Ban and King Bors own wives were descended from David Melech or King David as it is written in the Vulgate, "Lancelot". What makes this double a wonder, as it is written in Hebrew with a facing English translation, as well as English language Notes and Introduction. Let the Kosher Grail feast begin! See our Three Geese in Flight Celtic Book Scans for cover, edition, and mention of "Scions from the House of David" First Edition.