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MessageSujet: liste de livres d'il y a 1500 ans a 1970   Lun 11 Avr - 14:58:44

Citation :
ATHURIANA Chronology.

source: Dr. Christopher A. Snyder .

c. 540 : Gildas, de Excidio Brittonum (L), Excerpt included here dealing with probable Arthurian matters

c. 700-800 : Nennius, Historia Brittonum (L), Excerpt of Arthurian period

731 : Bede, History of the English Church (L), Annales Cambriae (L), Excerpt.

c. 891-1154 : Saxon Chronicle - compilation of a number of chronicles redacted over a long period and ending around the troubling period following 1066 and the subjugation of the Saxons

1135: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Prophetia Merlini (L pr)

1136 : Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia Regum Britanniae (L pr-c)

c.1150 : Tristan (F p), lost, the other variations of the story are believed to be based on this original
Geffroi Gaimar, Estoire des Angles (F p-c), adaptation of Geoffrey, extended to the end of the reign of William Rufus, but the part of Geoffrey is lost.

c.1150-75 : Robert Biket, Lai du Cor (p)

1151 : Geoffrey of Monmouth, Vita Merlini (L p)

1155 : Wace, Roman de Brut (F p-c), influential translation of Geoffrey

c.1160-80 : Marie de France, Lais (F p), collection of shorter poems, probably based on English songs

c.1165-76 : Chrétien de Troyes, Cligés (F p), Lancelot (F p), Yvain (F p), Erec (F p)

c.1170 : Eilhart von Oberge, Tristan (G p), faithful translation of the lost French Tristan (1150)

c.1170-5 : Thomas, Tristan (F p), fragments from the latter part only (see Gottfried von Strassburg).

c.1175-86 : Heinrich von Veldeke, Eneit (G p)

c.1184-5 : Andreas Capellanus, De Amore (L pr), a manual on love and courtship, one chapter is an Arthurian romance

c.1185-90 : Renart(-aud) de Beaujeu, Le Bel Inconnu (F p) aka "Guinglain"

c.1190 : Layamon, Brut (p), expanded translation of Wace into alliterative verse, also spelled Lazamon, Lawman
Chrétien de Troyes, Perceval (F p), plus 2 anonymous prologues:
"The Elicidation" (lousy); "The Bliocadran", good intro but poor style.
4 continuations:
before 1200 "Gawain's continuation", good, but doesn't conclude the story
before 1200 "the Perceval continuation", good, still doesn't conclude, continues the first
c.1214-27 Manessier, lower quality, provides conclusion, continues the second
c.1226-30 Gerbert de Montreuil, low quality alternate conclusion, continues the second, some redactors have inserted this before Manessier, with slight modifications to preserve continuity

c.1190-2 : Hartmann von Aue, Erek (G p), from Chrétien's "Erec".

c.1191 : Béroul, Tristan (F p), only middle part of story remains.

c.1190-1210 : Perlesvaus (F pr) aka "The High History of the Holy Grail".

c.1194-1203 : Ulrich von Zatzikhoven, Lanzelet (G p).

c.1200-1300 : Heldris de Cornualle, Le roman de Silence (F p), it may not be Arthurian; Ulrich von Turheim, Tristan (G p)
Folie Tristan (Berne) (F p); Folie Tristan (Oxford) (F p), different from above;
Tristan als Monch (G p) ; Les Enfances Gauvain (F p), mostly lost ;Januals liódh (N p)
Geitarlauf (N p), trans. of Marie de France poems (Lanval and Chevrefeuil).

c.1200 : Gereint (B pr), same story as Chrétien's "Erec"
Owein (B pr), same story as Chrétien's "Yvain"
Peredur (B pr), same story as Chrétien's "Perceval"
Melion (p), lay, similar to Marie de France
Tyolet (p), lay, similar to Marie de France.

c.1202-12 : Robert de Boron, Joseph d'Arimathie (F p), early history of grail (pre-Arthur)
Robert de Boron, Merlin (F p), mostly lost but exists in prose redactions.

1202 :Hartmann von Aue, Iwein (G p), from Chrétien's "Yvain".

c.1204-10 : Wirnt von Gravenberg, Wigalois (G p).

c.1204-12 : Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival (G p), "the greatest medieval German epic".

c.1210 : Gottfried von Strassburg, Tristan (G p), the very end is missing; Le Chevalier à l'Épée (F p).

c.1210-20 : Didot Perceval (F pr) aka "Perceval le Gallois ou le conte du Graal", contains a prose Perceval and a prose Mort Artu. The manuscript also contains prose redactions of Robert de Boron suggesting this is one big prose redaction of a Boron tetralogy (Perceval and Mort Artu being lost), may be just the work of a continuator
Paiende Maisières, La Mule sans Frein (F p), same story as Diu Krone
Raoul, La Vengeance Raguidel (F p), not Raoul de Houdenc

c.1210-25 :Yder (F p).

c.1215-30 : Vulgate Cycle (F pr), Very well written, the major canon of the tale later added: (both Boron redactions) (precede the others):
- Estoire del Saint Grail (Joseph d'Arimathie)
- Estoire de Merlin (Boron's Merlin + an extended chronicle)
- Originally 3 branches: (called "prose Lancelot", "Roman du L."
- Lancelot (Lancelot du Lac)
- The Quest for the Holy Grail (Queste del Saint Graal)
- The Death of Arthur (Mort Artu)

c.1220 : Heinrich von dem Turlin, Diu Krône (Austrian p); Breta sogur (N p-c), trans. of Geoffrey.

c.1200-18 : Gunnlaug Leifsson, Merlínusspá (N p), trans. of Geoffrey's "Prophecies of Merlin"

c.1220-50 :Durmart le Gallois (F p); Gliglois (F p), about a squire of Gawain.

c.1225 : Raoul de Houdenc, Meraugis de Portlesguez (F p);Guillaume le Clerc, Fergus (F p).

c.1225-8 : Jaufré (F p).

c.1225-35 : Prose Tristan (F pr) aka "Le Roman de Tristan de Léonis". This unites the Tristan legend with Arthurian legend
Meriadeuc (F p) aka "Le Chevalier aux Deux Épées"; Brother Robert, Tristams saga (N p), trans. of Thomas.

c.1230-40 : Roman du Graal (F pr) aka "the Pseudo-Borron Cycle". Includes varaint versions of Estoire del Saint Graal, Suite du Merlin, Queste del Saint Graal, Mort Artu. Excludes the Lancelot (by design), forms a very cohesive whole
Livre D'Artus (pr), continuation of Boron's "Merlin"; Erex saga (N p), trans. of Chrétien's "Erec"; Ivens saga Artuskappa (N p), trans. of Chrétien's "Yvain".
Mottuls saga (N p)

c.1235-40 :Palamedes (F pr), patchwork of adventures.

c.1250 : L'Atre Perilleux (F p); Pennic and Pieter Vostaert, Walewein (D p), not Pennic Vostaert, just Pennic; Lodewijk van Velthelm, Perchevael (D p), trans. of Chrétien; Wigamur (G p); Parcevals saga (N p), trans. of first half of Chrétien's "Perceval"; Valvers páttr (N p), trans. of rest of Chrétien's "Perceval".

c.1250-75 : Prose Tristan (second version) (F pr), rewriting of the previous (1225) prose Tristan; Arthour and Merlin (p);Hunbaut (F p) ;Floriant et Florete (F p).

c.1250-1300 : Ferguut (D p), trans. of the Guillaume Fergus (1225).

c.1268 : Claris et Laris (F p).

c.1260-90 : Les Merveilles de Rigomer (F p), the conclusion is missing.

1261-1326 : Joseph-Merlin cycle (D p), Jacob van Maerlant.
"Historie van den Grale" [1261], based on Boron
"Merlijns Boeck", based on Robert de Boron
Lodewijk van Velthelm, version of "Livre d'Artus" [1326], the latter author's work blends in as a continuation

c.1270-80 : the compilation of Rusticiano da Pisa (F pr). a patchwork of adventures.

c.1272-9 : Les Prophécies de Merlin (F pr).

c.1280 : Girard d'Ameins, Escanor (F p), gaps in manuscript.
Historia Meriadoci (L pr), same author as "De Ortu Walwanii"
De Ortu Walwanii (L pr), same author as "Historia Meriadoci"

c.1290 : Robert of Gloucester (p-c).

c.1300 : Arthur and Gorlagon (L pr); Sir Tristrem (p); Le Chevalier du Papegau (F pr), bunch of adventures of Arthur, not tied to any cycle
De Ridder metter Mouwen (D p).

1303 : Herra Ivan (Norse p), trans. of Chrétien's "Yvain" .

c.1300-20 : Lancelot cycle (D p), includes :"Lancelot" from "Roman du Graal", "Queste del Saint Graal" from Vulgate", "Mort Artu" from Vulgate

c.1320 : De Wrake van Ragiesel (D p).

c.1320-40 :Thomas Chestre, Libeaus Desconus (p), authorship not certain, see also "Le Bel Inconnnu" and "Wigalois"; Sir Percyvelle of Galles (p);
Thomas Chestre, Sir Launfal (p).

c.1331-6 :Claus Wisse and Philipp Colin, Parzifal (G p), expansion of Wolfram von Eschenbach.

c.1340 : alliterative Joseph of Arimathie (p), only fragments remain; Moriaen (D p).

c.1350 : Ywain and Gawain (p), Trans. of Chrétien's "Yvain" but very different in character from the original.

c.1350-1400 :Arthur (p).

c.1360 :alliterative Morte Arthur (p), based loosely on Wace .

c.1375-1400 :Awntyrs of Arthure (p).

c.1388 : Jean Froissart [c.1338-c.1410], Meliador (F p), missing conclusion, see also "Meriadoc".

c.1390 : Sir Gawayne and the Grene Knight (p), the masterpiece of alliterative poetry.

c.1392-4 : Geoffrey Chaucer, Wife of Bath's Tale (p), same story as "Wedding of Gawain" and "Marriage of Gawain".

c.1400-1500 :Skikkju rímur (N p).

c.1400 : stanzaic Le Morte Arthur (p); Sir Gawain and the Carl of Carlisle (p), a common-man's viewpoint.

c.1425 :The Avowing of King Arthur (p), full title: ..., Sir Gawain, Sir Kay, and Baldwin of Britain.

c.1430 : Henry Lovelich, Holy Grail (p), trans. of Vulgate "Joseph d'Arimathie"
Henry Lovelich, Merlin (p), trans. of first half of Vulgate "Merlin"

c.1450 :The Gest of Sir Gawain (p), somewhat offensive; The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell (p), see also "Marriage of Gawain" and Chaucer , all three from common source; The Marriage of Sir Gawain (p), see also "Wedding of Gawain" and Chaucer; prose Merlin (pr), straight trans. from Vulgate

1470 : Malory, Morte d'Arthur (pr), this defines the Arthur we (20th cent.) know

c.1482-1500 : Lancelot du Laik (Scottish p); Golagros and Gawain (p).

c.1500 : The Turk and Gawain (p), 1/2 lost (the pages were used to start fires!); The Green Knight (p), telling (from memory) of the same story as "Sir Gawain and ...", partially lost; King Arthur's Death (p), really 2 poems joined together .

c.1500-20 : prose Joseph of Arimathie (pr); King Arthur and King Cornwall (p), 1/2 lost (see "Turk" above) .

c.1500-1600 :The Boy and the Mantle (p), ballad.

1510 : Winken de Worde, Little Tretys of the Birth and Prophecies of Merlin .

1553 : Hans Sachs, Von der strenge lieb herr Tristrant mit der schonen konigin Isalden (G tr) .

1570 : Luigi Alamanni, L'Avarchide (I p).

1586 : Warner, Albion's England (-c).

1587 :Thomas Hughes, The Misfortunes of Arthur; 1590-6 ; Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, a masterpiece.

1597 : Christopher Middleton, History of Chinon of England .

1601 : Robert Chester, Love's Martyr.

1603 : Thomas Deloney, Sir Lancelot du Lake.

1610 : Richard Johnson, Romance of Tom a Lincolne; Robert Nicols, Winter Nights Vision.

1612 : Michael Drayton, Poly-Olbion (-c).

c.1615 : Michael Drayton [England, 1563-1631], Nimphadia, the Court of Fayrie.

1621 : History of Tom Thumb, the Little, not sure if this is Arthurian .

1630 : Tom Thumb, His Life and Death, Tom is Arthur's dwarf .

1660 : Martin Parker, The Most Famous History of That Most Renowned Christian Worthy Arthur King of the Britaines, and His Famous Knights of the Round Table .

1662 : William Rowley, The Birth of Merlin, burlesque play, actually written much earlier .

1687 : John Dryden, Albion and Albanicus (opera).

1691 : John Dryden, King Arthur, or the British Worthy (opera) .

1695 : Richard Blackmore, Prince Arthur.

1697 : Richard Blackmore, King Arthur.

1730 : Henry Fielding, The Tragedy of Tragedies, parodistic burlesque play, with Tom Thumb and Arthur .

1731 : Merlin, or, The British Enchanters.

1734 : Merlin, or, The Devil of Stonehenge; c.1735 , Aaron Hill, Merlin in Love: or, Youth Against Magic.

1735 : Edward Phillips, The Royal Chace (play); Edmund Curll, Merlin, and the Royal Hermitage.

1736 : Edmund Curll, The Rarities of Richmond.

1759 : William Hilton, Arthur, Monarch of the Britons, A Tragedy .

1771 : Christoph Wieland, Sommermarchen (G p).

1775-80 : Comte de la Vergue de Tressan, Extraits de romans de chevalerie (F p).

1777 : Thomas Warton, Grave of King Arthur.

1778 : Christoph Wieland, Geron der Adelige (G p).

1789 : Richard Hole, Arthur: or, The Northern Enchantment.

1801 :Johj Thelwall, The Fairy of the Lake.

1804 : Sir Walter Scott, Sir Tristrem.

1809 : Sir Walter Scott, The Bridal of Triermain.

1812 : Baron Creuzé de Lesser, Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde (F p).

c.1818 : John Hookham Frere, The Monks and the Giants, unfinished.

1820 : William Wordsworth, Artegal and Elidure.

1822 : William Wordsworth, Ecclesiastical Sonnets, many of them are Arthurian, but not all.

1829 : Thomas Love Peacock, Misfortunes of Elphin.

1830 : William Wordsworth, The Egyptian Mai

1832 : Alfred Lord Tennyson, The Lady of Shalott; Karl Immermann, Merlin (G pr).

1841 : Reginald Heber, Morte Arthure, unfinished.

1842 : Alfred Lord Tennyson, Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere ; Alfred Lord Tennyson, Sir Galahad ; Alfred Lord Tennyson, Morte d'Arthur.

1848 : Lord Lytton, King Arthur.

1852 : Matthew Arnold, Tristram and Iseult.

1856 : F. Roeber, Tristran und Isolde (G p).

1858 : William Morris, The Defence of Guinevere and other poems.

1859 : Alfred Lord Tennyson, Idylls of the King I; Edgar Quinet, Merlin l'Enchanteur (F pr); Richard Wagner, Tristan und Isolde (G opera).

1860 : Wilhelm Hertz, Lanzelot und Genevra (G p) .

1863 : R.S. Hawker, Quest of the Sangreal.

1865 : L. Schneegans, Tristan (G p).

1868 : Adam Lindsay Gordon, Rhyme of Joyous Garde.

1869 : G.A. Simcox, Farewell of Ganore; G.A. Simcox, Gawain and the Lady of Avalon; Alfred Lord Tennyson, Idylls of the King II, version on this website closest to

1870 : F. Millard, Tristram and Iseult.

1880 : J.R Lowell, Sir Launfal.

1882 : Richard Wagner, Parsifal (G opera); Algernon Swinburne, Tristram of Lyonesse.

1885 : Alfred Lord Tennyson, Idylls of the King III.

1889 : Alfred Lord Tennyson, Merlin and the Gleam; John Veitch, Merlin and other poems.

1891 : R. Hovey, Lancelot and Guinevere.

1895 : J. Comyns Carr, King Arthur.

1896 : Algernon Swinburne, Tale of Balen.

1898 : J. Davidson, The Last Ballad.

1900 : J. Bédier, Le Roman de Tristran et Iseult (F pr).

1903 : Howard Pyle, The Story of King Arthur and His Knights.

1905 : Howard Pyle, The Story of The Champions of the Round Table.

1907 : Howard Pyle, The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions.

1910 : Howard Pyle, The Story of the Grail and the Passing of Arthur

1911 : Michael Field, Tragedy of Pardon; Michael Field, Tristan de Leonois.

1913 : Laurence Binyon, Tristram's End.

1917 : Arthur Symons, Tristram and Iseult.

1923 : Thomas Hardy, The Queen of Cornwall.

1925 : T.S. Eliot, The Waste Land.

1927 : John Masefield, Midsummer Night; John Masefield, Tristan and Isolt.

1928 : E.A. Robinson, Tristan.

1938 : Charles Williams, Taliessin through Logres.

1942 : Frank Martin, Le Vin Herbe (oratio; text Bédier).

1944 : Charles Williams, The Region of the Summer Stars.

1976 : John Steinbeck, The Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

la liste est en anglais, et certains titres dans la langue originale de l'auteur. Mais galshan devient une vrais pro de l'anglais :p
Elle nous fera avec plaisir une traduction Very Happy .... heu ... c'est quoi ce grand couteau galshan?.... non non finalement on comprend bien tout seul ...

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MessageSujet: Re: liste de livres d'il y a 1500 ans a 1970   Mar 12 Avr - 11:57:35

:p

Y en a des dates ici ! Pour la majorité, je ne connais pas les titres, les noms, les personnages, :p je manque de culture littéraire en celtisme, fantasy et tout moi Rolling Eyes
Mais je suis sûre que Galshan pourra nous traduire pleiiiiiiiiiiiin de trucs biggrinears
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MessageSujet: Re: liste de livres d'il y a 1500 ans a 1970   Mer 13 Avr - 19:24:49

ALORS là chapeau, c'est un véritable Trésor que tu nous as pondu là...je m'empresse de le photocopier.
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