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Sun scarred structures sleep.

Afanc‘s lake locked lair lies deep.

Breeze blown reeds stand guard. 6 more words


“King Arthur: The Mystery Unravelled” by Chris Barber

Genre: Non-fiction

This book is a scholarly work whose aim is to unravel the true identity of King Arthur. The author’s exhaustive research has unearthed the lineage of King Arthur and untangled the myth and legend from the historical facts. 106 more words


Current Book: The Once and Future King

I didn’t actually know what I was getting into when I started reading this book. I know that so many people have said you have to read it. 25 more words

General Post

The Romance of Morien

My latest Kelmscott-style reprint from Rossignol Books is now available! The Romance of Morien, as translated by Jessie Weston. Morien is from Middle Dutch, written in verse around the 1200’s, as part of the massive Lancelot Compilation, a sprawling four-volume work which as it stands includes nine complete romances and the end of a tenth, and possibly used to have more in the now-lost first volume. 225 more words

Other Romances Of Chivalry

King Arthur's 2nd to 5th Battles - Bulbarrow Hill Site Visit

This month, February 2017, I visited the area I had identified four years ago as where King Arthur fought his second to fifth battles. In my post “King Arthur of Somerset: early battles above the River Divelish”, I explained that the… 293 more words

History - 5th Century

Will the real King Arthur please stand up?

One of a series of historical essays that appeared on my old blog, here resurrected by popular request. All right, one request :) 8,882 more words