A legend is a story from the past about a subject that was, or is believed to have been, historical. Legends concern people, places, and events. Usually, the subject is a saint, a king, a hero, a famous person, or a war. A legend is always associated with a particular place and a particular time in history.
In early times, legend, usually written or passed from generation to generation, was regarded by many peoples as their history. Legends are usually distinguished from myth in that a myth is wholly an invented story, usually involving some divinity. A legend has more earthly roots in history, folklore or religion. Legend comes from the Roman legenda meaning something to be read. People both real and imagined such as Charlemagne and King Arthur who were idealized were attributed great deeds they were never connected to originally.
Some of these Legends are:
Camelot and Arthurian legend
The Legend of Blackbeard
Legend of the Holy Grail
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