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August Hunt
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The Irish Cunedda (A Selection From My Book, THE ARTHUR OF HISTORY)
Posting this because several readers have requested to read my argument for Cunedda's origin in Ireland rather than in Manau Gododdin.  Several of my recent articles on Ceredig son of Cunedda as Arthur depend in large part on being able to successfully demo...

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The Irish Cunedda (A Selection From My Book, THE ARTHUR OF HISTORY)
Posting this because several readers have requested to read my argument for Cunedda's origin in Ireland rather than in Manau Gododdin.  Several of my recent articles on Ceredig son of Cunedda as Arthur depend in large part on being able to successfully demo...

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COMING SOON: The Shallows Near Charford


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COMING SOON: The Shallows near Charford


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A new - but very tentative - identification of Medraut
Arthur Rackham's Illustration of Mordred and Arthur at Camlann I long ago successfully etymologized the name Medraut as deriving from Latin/Roman Moderatus. Years ago Professor Oliver Padel agreed with me on this and others have since fallen into line.  But...

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A new - but very tentative - identification of Medraut/Modred
Arthur Rackham's Illustration of Mordred and Arthur at Camlann I long ago successfully etymologized the name Medraut as deriving from Latin/Roman Moderatus. Years ago Professor Oliver Padel agreed with me on this and others have since fallen into line.  But...

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The Long Graves at Gwanas (site of Arthur's grave in Welsh tradition?)
In a previous blog entry, I discussed the possibility that - at least as far as the Welsh were concerned - Arthur may have been buried at Gwanas in Gwynedd (http://mistshadows.blogspot.com/2016/12/anoeth-bin-u-bedd-arthur-and-caer-oeth.html). I've subsequen...

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The Long Graves at Gwanas (site of Arthur's grave in Welsh tradition?)
In a previous blog entry, I discussed the possibility that - at least as far as the Welsh were concerned - Arthur may have been buried at Gwanas in Gwynedd (http://mistshadows.blogspot.com/2016/12/anoeth-bin-u-bedd-arthur-and-caer-oeth.html). I've subsequen...
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