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This poster advertises two performances of Henry Purcell’s ‘King Arthur’ by the Evandale Village Singers in late October 2012 at St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Evandale. Henry Purcell’s ‘King Arthur’ is a…

‘The Talisman’ is an article by Robert Power published in 1924 in the ‘Two Minute Talks’ section of the Launceston newspaper the Examiner. The article is about the importance of putting ones faith in God rather than…

Alice’s Cottages offer romantic B&B accommodation in the Tasmanian city of Launceston. One of the cottages is called ‘Camelot Cottage’ (named after the castle and court of KingArthur), and it features ‘Merlin’s…

‘The Chalice’ is a limited release, reserve wine range produced by Chalice Bridge Estate winery in Margaret River, Western Australia. The name evokes the legends of the Quest for the Holy Grail, and this medieval association is enhanced…

This watercolour by Australian artist Christian Waller was gifted to the Art Gallery of Ballarat in 1933 by the Women’s Association. It depicts a woman in medieval dress whom the title identifies as Morgan Le Fay. Morgan Le Fay is a…

An image of a record found in a York secondhand store featuring the soundtrack to the popular 1967 film "Camelot." An example of the popularity, commerciality and timelessness of Arthurian legends, the film was a box office hit in the West. The film…

A fully online second-year undergraduate unit offered by Macquarie University through Open Universities Australia. The unit covers various aspects of medievalism, including William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement in Victoria, the…