I found a great review of “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White.
To read it, go to Ramblings of an Owlmoose.
Also, I ran across a very interesting article about archaeologists digging at Windsor Castle (the oldest inhabited royal residence in the world) in search of a fabled lost building: Edward III’s Round Table. This was a building he had built which was over 200 feet in diameter—bigger than the Pantheon in Rome. Edward’s goal? To inspire his men by recreating the legends of King Arthur. To read all about it, go to News for Medievalists.