Synopses & Reviews
Recent archaeological discovery and textual analysis of original sources led the authors to search for the true King Arthur. "Arthur", they conclude, is merely a title, and his true name Owen Ddantgwyn. They also identify his burial place as a mound called The Berth, north-west of Shrewsbury.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -207) and index.
About the Author
Graham Phillips has investigated unsolved mysteries for over fifteen years. In the 1980s, with Martin Keatman , he co-authored The Green Stone and The Eye of Fire , which documented the discovery of the Meonia Stone hidden after the Gunpowder plot of 1605, and the Ranton Bell, now in the hands of Lord Lichfield. Graham Phillips is a regular speaker at The Questing Conference. His other books investigating historical enigmas include Robin Hood: The Man Behind the Myth and The Search For The Grail.