Le Morte d'Arthur

or Le Morte Dar·thur

[ luh mawrt dahr-ther ]
/ lə ˈmɔrt ˈdɑr θər /

noun

a compilation and translation of French Arthurian romances by Sir Thomas Malory, printed by Caxton in 1485.

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