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King Arthur By Graham Phillips

King Arthur
by Graham Phillips

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Aims to discover the historical King Arthur, his Camelot and his final resting place. This book uncovers vital evidence for Arthur's historical existence, revealing the truth behind the romance, and the Grail and Excalibur legends. A medieval manuscript in Oxford's Bodleian Library finally identifies King Arthur's burial site: the real Avalo.
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King Arthur by Graham Phillips

For fifteen hundred years, King Arthur has remained a mystery. For the first time, "King Arthur - The True Story" discovers the historical King Arthur, his Camelot and his final resting place. The authors uncover vital evidence for Arthur's historical existence. Centuries of myth are peeled away to reveal the truth behind the romance, and the Grail and Excalibur legends. The search for Arthur's Camelot leads to ancient ruins to the heart of Britain - an incredible Dark Age city recently unearthed by archaelolgy. A medieval manuscript in Oxford's Bodleian Library finally identifies King Arthur's burial site: the real Avalo.

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King Arthur Reviews


"Amazing book... brilliantly presented thesis" -"Daily Mail"

About Graham Phillips


Graham Phillips has investigated unsolved mysteries for over fifteen years. In the 1980s, with Martin Keatman, he co-authored "The Green Stone and The Eye of Fire," which documented the discovery of the Meonia Stone hidden after the Gunpowder plot of 1605, and the Ranton Bell, now in the hands of Lord Lichfield. Graham Phillips is a regular speaker at The Questing Conference. His other books investigating historical enigmas include "Robin Hood: The Man Behind the Myth" and "The Search For The Grail."

Additional information

GOR001203590
King Arthur by Graham Phillips
Graham Phillips
Used - Good
Paperback
Cornerstone
1993-05-06
224
0099296810
9780099296812
N/A
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