Death of King Arthur
This tale belongs to the Arthuric Mythology.
It all begins when Mordred, son of Arthur and Morgana, finds the idyll of Geneva, wife of Arthur, and Lancelot, and he tells it to Arthur, and he is forced to condemn to the stake to his wife, according to the laws of the time. Lancelot saves the queen and escapes with her to France.
Athur persecuted Lancelot and leave the kingdom to his son Mordred, who seizes the throne and tries to seduce the Queen Guinevere. At the return of Arthur and his knights he must fight to regain the throne, at the Battle of Camlann. Arthur kills his son, to who crosses with his spear. But Mordred, before he died, wounded fatally to Arthur and dies.
The story tells that his sister Morgana took the body of Arthur in a boat to the shores of Avalon with other queens-tale more that could have been Igraine, Elaine, the Lady of the Lake (which Excalibur was returned), Queen of North Wales, Queen of the Badlands or the Queen of Beyond the Sea. Later, when Geneva died, she was buried by Lancelot beside the grave of King Arthur.