Dark Ages Royal Palace Discovered In Cornwall – In Area Closely Linked To The Legend Of King Arthur

Source: Independent.co.uk David Keys August 5, 2016 The mysterious origins of the British archaeological site most often associated with the legend of King Arthur have just become even more mysteri…

Source: Dark Ages Royal Palace Discovered In Cornwall – In Area Closely Linked To The Legend Of King Arthur

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27 Responses to Dark Ages Royal Palace Discovered In Cornwall – In Area Closely Linked To The Legend Of King Arthur

  1. ttoombs08 says:

    WOW! Exciting stuff!!!


  2. Shadeau says:

    Being a die-hard Camelot fan, it must be something special to visit places where the legend originates.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. ksbeth says:

    how exciting, i’m a huge camelot fan as well –

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  4. Really exciting. This is the most exciting archaeological news since finding Richard II. I wanted to be an archaeologist, way back when I was a kid. Thanks!!


  5. merrildsmith says:

    I had seen this news, as well, and shared it on my FB page. It’s interesting not only for the links to Camelot, but also for all the remains of items found on the spot. I was intrigued by all the “luxury goods” from the Mediterranean and elsewhere that show how connected the site was to trade routes.


  6. stevetanham says:

    Reblogged this on stevetanham and commented:
    The legend deepens…

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Wow that’s so exciting, will look this up! Thanks for sharing 🙂


  8. noelleg44 says:

    This is really exciting news! Thanks for sending it on to us! I am reading the Bernard Cornwell’s Last Kingdom series and have learned a lot through those books about the nature and intensity of trading that went on with Magna Britannia. This history is just fascinating.


  9. Widdershins says:

    I hope they fit a bit more evidence of Arthur, but not too much, that would spoil the whole Mystery. 🙂


  10. Helen Jones says:

    I read about this and thought it a fascinating addition to the legend…



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