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Arthur, King


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  • Variants

    • Arturus, Rex
    • Artur, Koning
    • Arturo, Rey
    • Artus, König
    • Arthur, König
    • Artù, Re
    • Artús, Rei
    • Артур, Кароль
    • Artur, Karolʹ
    • Артур, Крал
    • Artur, Kral
    • Arthur, Kralj
    • Arzhur, Roue
    • Arturo, Haring
    • Artuš, Král
    • Arthur, Brenin
    • Arthur, Kong
    • Arthur, Kuningas
    • Αρθοτ̔̈«”ϐγ·ρος, Βασιλιτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς
    • Arthouros, Vasilias
    • Arturo, de Bretaña
    • Arturo, del Reino Unido
    • Arturo, Reĝo
    • Artur, erregea
    • Arthur, Roi
    • Arthur Pendragon
    • Pendragon, Arthur (Legendary character)
    • Arthur, Kening
    • Adha, Ree
    • Artur, Ree
    • Artur, Rei
    • 아서, 왕
    • 아서 왕
    • Asŏ, Wang
    • Asŏ Wang
    • Arthur, Rejulo
    • Arthur, Raja
    • Артур, Къарол
    • ארתור, המלך
    • Artur, ha-Melekh
    • Arthur Gernow
    • Arthurus, Rex
    • Arthur, Rex
    • Arturius, Rex
    • Arturs, Karalis
    • Artūras, Karalius
    • Artúr, király
    • Arthur, Koning
    • Artus, Koning
    • アーサー, 王
    • アーサー王
    • Āsā-ō
    • Āsā, ō
    • Arthur, av britene
    • Èrthu, Rouai
    • Arthwys, ap Mar
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  • Sources

    • found: Goodrich, N.L. King Arthur (475-542), 1985.
    • found: Arturus Rex, 1987- :v. 1, t.p. (Koning Artur)
    • found: La saga del Rey Arturo, 1995.
    • found: Artus, König von Camelot, c2000:p. 8 (König Artus)
    • found: König Arthur als Romanfigur, 2000.
    • found: Materiali arturiani nelle letterature di Provenza, Spagna, Italia, c2006:p. 4 of cover (re Artù)
    • found: Wikipedia, October 2, 2014(King Arthur is a legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries, who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the early 6th century. The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and his historical existence is debated and disputed by modern historians) Aragonese page (Rei Artús) Belarusian page (Кароль Артур = Karol Artur) Bulgarian page (Артур = Artur; Крал Артур = Kral Artur) Bosnian page (Kralj Arthur) Breton page (Roue Arzhur) Catalan page (Rei ArtЃus) Cebuano page (Haring Arturo) Czech page (KrЃal ArtuЉs) Welsh page (Y Brenin Arthur; y Brenin Arthur) Danish page (Kong Arthur) German page (Artus; KЈonig Artus) Estonian page (Kuningas Arthur) Greek page (Βασιλιτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς Αρθοτ̔̈«”ϐγ·ρος = Vasilias Arthouros) Spanish page (Rey Arturo; also known as Arturo de BretaЁna and Arturo del Reino Unido) Esperanto page (ReЄgo Arturo) Basque page (Artur erregea) French page (Roi Arthur, or Arthur Pendragon) Western Frisian page (Kening Arthur) Manx page (Ree Adha, or Ree Artur) Galician page (Rei Artur) Korean page (아서 왕 = AsІo Wang) Ido page (Rejulo Arthur) Indonesian page (Raja Arthur) Ossetic page (Къарол Артур = Karol Artur) Italian page (Re ArtЂu) Hebrew page (המלך ארתור = ha-Melekh Artur) Cornish page (Arthur Gernow) Latin page (Arthurus (rex); also Arthur, or Arturus, or Arturius) Latvian page (Karalis Arturs) Lithuanian page (Karalius ArtЅuras) Hungarian page (ArtЃur kirЃaly) Macedonian page (Крал Артур = Kral Artur) Dutch page (Koning Arthur (or Artur or Artus)) Japanese page (アーサー王 = ЅAsЅa-Ѕo) Norwegian page (Arthur av britene; Kong Arthur) Nouormand page (Rouai ЂErthu)
    • found: Keegan, Simon. Pennine Dragon, the real King Arthur of the North, 2016:page 53 (Arthwys ap Mar)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-06-27: new
    • 2016-07-08: revised
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