Could Caerleon the Roman Fortress in Wales Once have been Arthur’s Summer Retreat?
This is a place where we can relax and feast!” Merlin would smile because he could already see the sumptuous feasts of Arthur’s coronation a
Where was King Arthur Really Born?
About six hundred years after the death of King Aruthur, Geoffrey of Monmouth identified the wind tossed headland fort at Tintagel in North
The Round Table
One of the most symbolic images we all enjoy from King Arthur’s time is his Round Table. A medieval replica of it hangs on a wall in the Great Hall of Winchester Castle. Winchester is an hour’s train ride south from today’s British capital, London, but for a hundred years, this southern city was England’s seat of government. The Norman king, William the Conqueror, straight from France in 1066, preferred Winchester’s easy access to his homeland and its milder climate. And the