A Listmania! list by Jim Allan(Toronto, ON Canada)
The list author says: "This is the first of two lists covering books in print currently available from Amazon.com which contain modern English translations of medieval Arthurian tales. (For the continuation list, see Medieval Arthurian Modern English Translations #2.) A few important texts that are not in print but are often available in used condition are also included.
Arthurian books by modern novelists and scholarly texts of commentary and retellings are NOT included (though I have made an exception for some volumes in the ‘Arthurian Period Sources’ series. Nor in general are texts containing the Lancelot or Tristan romances, as to include them would make the list too long. For Lancelot and Tristan see my Medieval Lancelot Modern English Translations list and my Medieval Tristan Modern English Translations list. I have also mostly omitted books in untranslated Middle English. Where the translation appears complete in more than one text, usually only one text appears here. There are a few exceptions."
"Geoffrey of Monmouth’s story of Merlin, who was later identified as Merlin the Wild who lived after Arthur’s date. There is some Arthurian material, including a short description of how Arthur was brought to Avalon."
"Contains medieval Welsh tales including the Arthurian tales:1.) ‘Culhwch and Olwen’(very early) 2.) ‘The Dream of Rhonabwy’ 3.) ‘Gereint son of Erbin’ (a version of Chrétien’s ‘Erec et Enide’) 4.) ‘The Lady of the Fountain’ (a version of Chrétien’s ‘Yvain’) 5.) ‘Peredur son of Efrawg’ (a version of Chrétien’s ‘Perceval’ with some otherwise unknown knightly adventures.)"
"Old Norse adaptations of poems by Chrétien de Troyes and of ‘The Lay of the Short Mantel’: 1.) ‘Möttuls Saga’ (‘The Mantel’s Story’) 2.) ‘Ívens saga’ 4.) ‘Percevals saga’ and ‘Valvens þáttr’ 5.) ‘Erex saga’ 6.) ‘Sikkkju rímur’ (Icelandic metrical version of ‘Möttuls saga’)"
"Contains in Latin and English translation: 1.) ‘De ortu Waluuanii’ (‘The Rise of Gawain’) 2.) ‘Historia Meriadoci Regis Cambriae’ (‘The Story of Meriadoc, King of Wales’) 3.) ‘Arthurus et Gorlagon Lycanthropus’ (‘Arthur and Gorlagon the Werewolf’) 4.) ‘Draco Normannicus’ (‘Dragon of Normandy’)"