King Arthur's Round Table Discovered


Wed, Jul 14th, 2010 14:30 by capnasty NEWS

Christopher Gidlow, a lifelong Arthurian scholar, put together all the pieces after archaeologists found, at the Roman amphitheatre in Chester, northwest England, an execution stone and a wooden memorial to Christian martyrs. Reportedly, early history described the legendary Round Table of the 5th or 6th century King of the Britons as nothing like a dining table but a 1,000-seat amphitheatre, the historian disclosed.



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