Morgan le Fay
|Matter of Britain character|
Morgan le Fay by Frederick Sandys, 1864
"Here she stands in front of a loom on which she has woven an enchanted robe, designed to consume the body of King Arthur by fire. Her appearance with her loose hair, abandoned gestures and draped leopard skin suggests a dangerous and bestial female sexuality. The green robe that Morgan is depicted wearing is actually a kimono."
|First appearance||Vita Merlini by Geoffrey of Monmouth|
|Species||Witch, fairy or goddess (depending on the source)|
|Children||Yvain, sometimes others|
|Relatives||Her sisters (Vita Merlini), later King Arthur's family|
|Home||Avalon, Camelot, Gorre, Brocéliande|
Morgan le Fay (/ /, meaning "Morgan the Fairy"), also called Morgaine, Morgan or Morgana, is a powerful sorceress in the Arthurian legend. She was King Arthur’s half-sister and enemy. In some legends she is said to have borne Arthur's child, Mordred. Morgan le Fay is said to have been quite powerful, she hated King Arthur even as he was her half-brother (She is also said to have wiped out most of the Templar Knights). She is as well one of the main antagonist's of the Grey Griffins book series.
References[change | change source]
- "Morgan-le-Fay". Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource: The Collection. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- Klimczak, Natalia. "The Bewitching Tale of Morgan le Fay, a Captivating Character of Arthurian Legend". Ancient Origins. Retrieved 20 August 2018.