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King Arthur's wife (Guinevere or some variant spelling)'s father gave it to him as a wedding present.
According to later legend the enchanted sword Excalibur gave him an advantage in battle. This is almost certainly a later construction confusing early traditions of a magic sw…ord called Ddantgwyn wielded by Rhydderch Hael the King of Strathclyde. It is more likely that Arthur, or Artorius, was a cavalry commander who used the power of horses to great effect against the heathen Anglo-Saxon invaders of Britain. The Anglo-Saxons never used horses in battle so this tactic of Arthur's would have been quite effective.
Yes, the legendary love of Arthur's life was Queen Guinevere. In some versions of the story she had a heart breaking affair with Arthur's close friend and knight, Sir La…ncelot.
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No one. He was the only person who was able to pull Excalibur from the stone in which it was embedded, The lady of the lake
It was called a Douchenberger. That is a Joke. Like Douche Bag. There is no such thing as a Douchenberger. Playing the part of the "Douchenberger" in the show was a Mini 850.
In the episode, called "Buggie Nights", bed bugs are brought home by Arthur from a vacation which forces Doug and Carrie out of the house while a creepy exterminator doe…s his job.
This couple from the TV show "King of Queens", which is no longer running, lived at the fictional address: 3121 Aberdeen Street, Rego Park, Queens, New York. It is n…ot a real address and was invented for purposes of the show.
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