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Geoffrey of Monmouth recorded Arthur as a high king of Britain. He was the son of his predecessor, Uther Pendragon, and nephew of King Ambrosius. So-called ... 27 Jan 1977 ... ... legendary and semi-legendary figures such as Lear, Cymbeline, Merlin the magician, and the most famous of all British heroes, King Arthur, ...
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King Arthur & the Knights of the Roundtable | … Apparently, Arthur married a local girl from Oswestry, one of Britain's oldest border settlements, who could be considered to be the real Lady Guinevere. Whether the King of the Votadini tribe was, in fact, the famous King Arthur is up to you to decide, but if you follow the King Arthur Trail and see the stories behind the sword in the stone, the Holy Grail and Camelot, you might just make up
Historical Background. Britain was a province of the Roman Empire for three and a half centuries, from A.D. 43 to 410. Within Britannia, Roman customs and ... 23 Sep 2016 ... The boat sails away, and many accounts state, or hint, that Arthur will eventually return in the hour of Britain's greatest need. Scholarly Study of ...
Geoffrey of Monmouth, "Arthur" - Indiana University About the source:Geoffrey of Monmouth's History of the Kings of Britain is one of the great perplexing works of the Middle Ages. It purports to be a translation of a work in British, that is, Welsh, previously unknown to the twelfth century, before it fell into Geoffrey's hands. However, some contemporaries accused Geoffrey of having made up the materials (and modern scholars who think he was