Monday, July 12, 2010

King Arthur’s Roundtable

 Apparently, if this is true, things are not what we have thought for all these years.

To what am I referring? you ask.

Well, according to a recent ‘find’ by researchers, the roundtable of King arthur was not a table after all.

Instead it was a “wood and stone structure which would have allowed more than 1,000 of his followers to gather” ...

And Camelot was not a castle ...

Alas and alack.  Can these things be true?

Next they will be telling us that King Arthur was just a legend and never even existed.  Indeed, many have been saying that for years.

But, if there was a real King Arthur, does this mean that the historical site that many of us have visited is not the real Camelot and did not contain the round table?

Well, I don’t know.  But, to read the article with these new 'insights', HERE’S THE LINK.

And if you want to read more about King Arthur and the legends surrounding him, HERE’S A WIKIPEDIA LINK