Possible 6th-Century Palace Found at Site Linked to King ArthurBreaking News
tags: King Arthur, Archeology
Following a two-week excavation, English archaeologists working at a site reported to be the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur have unearthed massive walls that might have been part of a royal palace complex. The ruins at Tintagel in in the far southwest region of Cornwall date to the same time period in the Dark Ages when King Arthur supposedly unified the Britons to repel an Anglo-Saxon invasion and usher in an age of Camelot.
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