Sir Thomas Malory
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Sir Thomas Malory, was the author of “Le Morte D’Arthur”; that compilation of tales from French and other sources about the Arthurian legends that has had great popularity since the second half of the 15th century and was one of the first books printed in English.
There were a number of Thomas Malorys around at the time, however the most likely candidate is a certain Warwickshire knight, a follower of Richard Neville, who had represented his county in Parliament, had spent time in gaol for crimes of violence and died in 1471.