The keys to Avalon: the true location of Arthur's kingdom revealed

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Element Books, Apr 6, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 301 pages
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Did King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table really exist? Was there an actual Avalon? For all those interested in romance, history, and myth, bestselling authors Steve Blake and Scott Lloyd present their groundbreaking discoveries in The Keys to Avalon: The True Location of Arthur's Kingdom Revealed.

Revealing a radical new view of the history of Ancient Britain, the authors' exhausting research:
-- proves the historical existence of Arthur and Avalon
-- uncovers Arthur as not King of Britain, but Warlord of Wales
-- exposes the Arthurian Legend as Pre-Tudor political propaganda. Every map made of Britain during the Dark Ages was re-drawn to support the English political agenda

Drawing primarily on previously unexamined Welsh source material, the authors intertwine generations-old local tales and legends, genealogical charts, and ancient maps, demonstrating conclusively the genuine existence of Arthur and knights, King Arthur's burial site, and the location of Avalon. The Keys to Avalon further introduces the Welsh as guardians of Arthur's sacred genealogical line and land.

The first book to dare to debunk the Glastonbury/Arthur connection, The Keys to Avalon challenges academic opinion, offering a viable alternative. Contesting conventional European history, The Keys to Avalon revolutionizes our perception of Britian, past and present.

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Review: Keys to Avalon: The True Location of Arthur's Kingdom Revealed

User Review  - Raymond Brown - Goodreads

Fantastic! This appears to finally place into historically/geographically proper context the story of Arthur. Well researched moving beyond classic English historical documents to older Welsh sources ... Read full review

Review: Keys to Avalon: The True Location of Arthur's Kingdom Revealed

User Review  - Tracy Conway - Goodreads

A complicated read, but a fascinating one. Explains the many ways that the legends of King Arthur may have actually taken place in a small portion of Wales. Very colorful and factual. Read full review

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