Shadows in the Mist: The Life and Death of King Arthur
Using Arthurian place names, this book sets out to prove that Arthur was a northern king based in Cumbria and south west Scotland. It provides a critical re-examination of the Arthurian genealogy that reveals the true identity of the great Dark Age king.
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Ambrosius ancient Archaeological Arfderydd Arthur Arthurian Avalon Badbury Badon Bassas Bath battle Binchester Bran Bremenium British Burgh-by-Sands Buxton Caer called Camlann Campus Elleti Carvetii Castle cauldron Celtic centre century chieftain cognate Corbridge Cumbria Dere Street derived Dictionary Dinas ditch Dumfries Dyfed Eamont Eidyn Emrys etymology excavations father feet Fergus Fiachna ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁrst Gaelic genealogy Geoffrey of Monmouth Geoffrey's Geraint Gildas goddess Godeu Gododdin Grail Gwynedd Hadrian's Wall henge hill Historia Brittonum History identiﬁed Ireland Irish King kingdom Lailoken Lake Latin Lleu Lochmaben Mabon Macha Manau Gododdin meaning Medieval Meirchion Merlin Mongan Myrddin Nennius Noquetran northern Old English original Otherworld Pa Gur Pendragon personal name place name place-name poem Powys rampart region river Roman Britain Saxons Scotland Scottish signiﬁcant stone story suggests sword Tarnberry tion Tryfrwyd University of Wales Urien Uther Vortigern Welsh tradition word