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Cling! Cling! Clop-clop, clop-clop, clop-clop. Sp Sp Sp. The sound of metal against metal, galloping horses posture knights in shining armor, and the silent whispers of men keeping one of the largest secrets in all of history. Yes, these would be the sounds which King Arthur and his posse created, and really, many people were amazed and even mystified when they heard or saw about it. Yet now, when looked at by historians and many others, the story of King Arthur is only that; a story. They claim that, "The saga built up over the decades" (Currin). However, these fools don't recognize their own error. There is a significant quantity of evidence that demonstrates that the story of this heroic King Arthur and his quest for the Holy Grail holds true. The first little bit of evidence that proves that the story of King Arthur is actual is the simple fact that he existed in a day and era long ago. "If there's a historical foundation to the personality, it's apparent that he might have gained fame as a warrior fighting the Germanic invaders of their late fifth and early sixth centuries" (Joe). Since there is no definitive proof for or against Arthur's historicity, the discussion will continue. But what can not be denied is that the influence of the amount of Arthur about literature, art, music, and society in the Middle Ages to the present. Though there have been many historical books that try to place Arthur to a sixth-century setting, it's the mythical figure of the late Middle Ages that has most caught the imagination. An outline of the Arthur's lifestyle is first given by the character Geoffrey of Monmouth. He tells us that King Arthur had been the son of Uther and defeated the barbarians in dozens of battles. "Subsequently, he conquered a wide empire and finally went to war...