Arthurian Archives

Arthurian Archives is a 16 volume set that offers critical editions (not inexpensive) with translations of important medieval Arthurian texts in French, German, Norse, Italian and Middle Dutch in the original and in facing English translations. Some of the editions still possibly available are:

Arthurian Archives: set of volumes 1-16 (Arthurian Archives)
by Norris Lacy (Editor) (Hardcover - November 5, 1998

Early French Tristan Poems Vol. 1 (Arthurian Archives)
by Norris J. Lacy (Editor) (Hardcover - December 3, 1998

Italian Literature I : Tristano Panciatichiano (Arthurian Archives)
by Gloria Allaire (Editor) (Hardcover - July 4, 2002

Italian Literature: Tristano Riccardiano (Arthurian Archives)
by Gina Psaki (Editor) (Hardcover - April 6, 2006)

Dutch Romances : I. Roman van Walewein (Arthurian Archives)
by David F. Johnson (Editor), Geert H.M. Claassens (Editor) (Hardcover - May 4, 2000

Dutch Romances : II. Ferguut (Arthurian Archives)
by David F. Johnson (Editor), Geert H.M. Claassens (Editor) (Hardcover - November 16, 2000

Dutch Romances : III: Five Interpolated Romances from the Lancelot Compilation (Arthurian Archives)
by David F. Johnson (Editor), Geert H. M. Claassens (Editor) (Hardcover - December 18, 2003

Norse Romance I : The Tristan Legend (Arthurian Archives)
by Marianne E. Kalinke (Editor) (Hardcover - September 16, 1999

Norse Romance II : The Knights of the Round Table (Arthurian Archives)
by Marianne E. Kalinke (Editor) (Hardcover - September 16, 1999

Norse Romance III: Hærra Ivan (Arthurian Archives)
by Marianne Kalinke (Editor), et al (Hardcover - October 7, 1999

German Romance I : Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal (Arthurian Archives)
by Michael Resler (Editor) (Hardcover - December 18, 2003)

Latin Arthurian Literature (Arthurian Archives), Mildred Leake Day (Editor) (Hardcover - December 8, 2005)

Ranging in date from the late twelfth to the fourteenth century, four texts are presented here in facing text and translation, and accompanied by a thorough introduction and extensive notes and include De ortu Waluuanii (in which Gawain defeats the Persian champion for the peace of Jerusalem), Historia Meriadoci, Arthur and Gorlagon, and Draco Normannicus.