Geoffrey dealt with Avalon in more detail in Vita Merlini, in which he describes for the first time in Arthurian legend the enchantress Morgan ( Morgen ) as the chief of nine sisters (Moronoe, Mazoe, Gliten, Glitonea, Gliton, Tyronoe, Thiten and Thiton) 9 who rule.Onnodig te zeggen dat betrouwbare gegevens hieromtrent ontbreken.Now that the truth is known, I have taken the trouble to add a few more details in this present chapter.

Bijbetaling van 2,00 per maand.3 (Mar., 1939.26 Conversely, Stephen of Rouen 's chronicle Draco Normannicus contains a fictional letter from King Arthur to Henry II of England, in which Arthur claims that he has been healed of his wounds and made immortal by his "deathless/eternal nymph " sister Morgan on Avalon.

1193, who wrote that he viewed the cross in person and traced the lettering.Modern scholarship views the Glastonbury cross as the result of a late 12th-century fraud.