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There has been a lot of material written about King Arthur and his court He has been a popular figure in literature for over 800 years People believe he was only a myth and some people believe he was an actual person Not a lot of information on King Arthur is fact most is fictional from many types of writers The earliest reference of Arthur is the poem Gododdin AD 600 also Historia Bitton by Nennius AD800 In Sir Thomas Mallorys Novel Le Morte DArthur people receive a good idea on how he worked and how the life back then was Many stories have been written and tales have been told of King Arthur but stories cant be proven to be true There are many different versions and many different styles and languages written about King Arthur Welsh Italian Celtic and Arabian are just a few types of origins from where Arthur has traveled It is believed that Arthur was a fifth-century British king also named Rithoamus meaning high king1 The historic Arthur lived in the mists of the dark ages From the encyclopedia of Arthurian Legends Arthur was not a medieval king It is believed that he was a fifth century chieftain who protected his people Arthur changes from a God-like Celtic king to a monarch to an ordinary man There are many different opinions as of whom King Arthur was King Arthur appeared as a national hero in Geoffrey of Monmouths book called Historia Regum Britanniea meaning History of The Kings of Britain Many of the legends told about Arthur and the round table take place in the castle of Camelot This is to be believed to have been Cadbury Castle This is near Somerset There is no evidence that a little castle Camelot existed There is evidence however that there was a castle in the large hill inside the outer walls believed to be Camelot Arthur was a wonderful
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