Legends - Arthur and Gawain

"Gawain figures prominently in many
romances. In France he is generally presented
as one who has adventures paralleling in
diptych fashion but not overshadowing the
hero's, whether that hero be Lancelot or
Perceval. In the English tradition, however, it
is much more common for Gawain to be the
principal hero and the exemplar of courtesy
and chivalry, as he is in Sir Gawain and the
Green Knight and the other Arthurian
romances of the Alliterative Revival."
-- from the Introduction at The Camelot Project, The University of Rochester

Character Analysis of Sir Gawain

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (ca. 1375-1400): - Introduction, on-line resources, essays and other information

The Greene Knight - An Introduction

Summary of Sir Gawain and the Greene Knight


Text of Sir Gawain and the Greene Knight

Gawain: Text, images and other information

Gawain and the Greene Knight Resources

British History - includes "Arthur" and the Anglo Saxons

Knighthood, Chivalry and Tournaments Resource Library

Orders of Chivalry and Knighthood

Heraldic Privileges of Knighthood

Ten Rules of Chivarly

Heraldry on the Internet