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Online Publications and Bibliographies

Arthuriana publishes peer-reviewed, on-line analytical and bibliographical surveys of various Arthurian subjects. You can access these e-resources through this site. The review and evaluation processes for e-articles is identical to that for the print journal . Once accepted for publication, our surveys are supported and maintained by Professor Alan Lupack at the University of Rochester through the Camelot Project.

Arthurian Chronology :  This list of Arthurian dates is an evolving, on-line collection in the form of a timeline with entries listed under three categories: History, Literature, and the Arts. The entries are collected from a wide variety of sources, included in the Bibliography.  The goal is to continue to add new entries through outside contributions which will be properly acknowledged on the web page.

The Arthuriana Chronology is maintained by Christopher Snyder. Dr. Snyder is Professor of European History at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. He earned his Ph.D. in Medieval History at Emory University in 1994 and taught at Emory and the College of William and Mary before coming to Marymount. Dr. Snyder's books include Sub-Roman Britain (AD 400-600): A Gazetteer of Sites (Oxford, 1996), An Age of Tyrants: Britain and the Britons, AD 400-600 (Penn State, 1998), The World of King Arthur (Thames and Hudson, 2000), and The Britons (Blackwell, 2003). Dr. Snyder serves on the editorial board of Arthuriana and The Camelot Project.

Arthurian Places :  The Gazetteer is an evolving, on-line collection of sites in Britain related to Arthurian history and legend.  For each site there is a brief description and geographical reference, while many are accompanied by photographs.  The sites are collected from a wide variety of sources, included in the Bibliography. The goal, however, is to continue to add both new sites and visual materials through outside contributions which will be properly acknowledged on the web page, written and maintained by Christopher Snyder. (Marymount University). Please submit any materials you think will be useful to Profesor Snyder. Future generations of Arthurians will thank you!