Arturius: A Quest for Camelot. Title: Arturius: A Quest for Camelot. Author: Carroll, David F. Link: PDF with commentary in the UK. Stable link here. Arturius – a Quest for Camelot. Front Cover. D. F. Carroll. D.F. Carroll, – Great Britain Bibliographic information. QR code for Arturius – a Quest for Camelot. The Theory: In his book, “Arturius – A Quest for Camelot,” David F. Carroll sets out his ideas that suggest that the great King Arthur of legend was the historical.
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The qurst story may be found in an article in the Bangor University web site at https: After a artruius career as a centurion in the Roman army, he was promoted to prefect of Legio VI Victrixa legion headquartered in Eboracum present-day York, England.
They call it Camelot. Carroll sets out his ideas that suggest that the great King Arthur of legend was the historical late 6th century Prince Artuir, eldest son of King Aidan of Dalriada. Carroll believes that Artuir ruled the oppressed Kingdom of Manau Gododdin during his father’s Dalriadan reign.
Now, the search may finally be over. This was the Battle of Badon which occurred in the year of Gildas’ birth and ushered in a generation of peace between the two warring peoples. He was renowned for his campaigns against the Saxons, and there is some speculation that he may have commanded the British forces at the Battle of Badon Hill.
He built his first home computer in The exact origins of the name Arthur remain a matter of debate. Retrieved from ” https: You are commenting using your WordPress.
The David Carroll book does not appear to be free, but almost 20 British pounds for the print version, or almost 5 pounds for a Kindle version. Ali on Arturiis Simple Method of Adding a….
An 8th-century history describes Arthur as a warrior in the region of Manau Gododdin. The fact of the matter is that there is cameoot historical evidence about Arthur; we must reject him from our quet and, above all, from the titles of our books. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
One theory suggests that Lucius Artorius Castusa Roman military commander who served in Britain in the late 2nd century or early 3rd century, was a prototype of Arthur.
Britannia King Arthur: Camelon
Gaelic was never spoken in Wales or England, but would naturally have been used if Arthur was a Prince of Scots. Later Cambro-Latin sources give the Old Welsh form of the battle’s location as Badonsuch as in Annales Cambriaeand this has been adopted by most modern scholars. Details wuest be found here. This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat He identifies Aurelius Ambrosius as the son of Constantinus, a Breton ruler and brother of Aldroenus.
These sources are preserved in High Medieval manuscripts and cannot be dated with accuracy. This is the artutius mentioned http: Owing to the paucity of British records from the period —, historian Thomas Charles-Edwards noted that “at this stage of the enquiry, one can only say that there may well have been a historical Arthur [but] the historian can as yet say nothing of value about him.
A Possible Location for Arthur’s Camelot has been Identified
Leslie on The National Archives to Make…. He was ultimately killed in battle in – thus, he lived far too late to have been the victor at the Battle of Badon, as mentioned by Gildas in the early 6th century.
Historicity of King Arthur
We boasted that Colchester was the oldest recorded town in Britain. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The Legenda Sancti Goeznovii is a hagiography of the Breton saint Goeznovius which was formerly dated to circa  but is now dated to the late 12th to early 13th century.
There are a number of mentions of a legendary hero named Arthur in early Welsh and Breton poetry.
He died at the Battle of the Miathi inwhich Carroll equates with Camlann and places in the same kingdom. If the son of Aidan MacGabran, a King of Scots Dalriada, was indeed the famous warrior Arthur, it will answer two otherwise very puzzling questions: