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What readers had to say:
You are filling a tremendous
need with this journal and all of us who love to read and teach the Arthurian
legend owe you a debt of gratitude.
Beverly Kennedy Quebec,
you for sharing Avalon to Camelot with me. What a noble task to
promote heroism and romance in this unheroic and unromantic age.
of Academic Affairs
Nickel, the former Curator of Arms and Armor at New York's Metropolitan Museum
of Art, contributed articles to all eight issues of Avalon to Camelot on
the Arthurian aspects of heraldry, arms and armor, and on chivalric customs.
his illuminating article, "The Arming of Sir Gawain," on one of the
most fascinating episodes in medieval Arthurian literature.
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