Tuesday, November 26, 2013

A Scottish King Arthur?

Patrick Wamsley sends along this item, a hypothesis that posits that the fabled King Arthur may have been an ancient Scottish warlord.

Author Adam Ardrey claims that instead of the romantic English king of legend who lived at Camelot – which is often said to be Tintagel in Cornwall or in Wales – Arthur was actually Arthur Mac Aedan, the sixth-century son of an ancient King of Scotland, whose Camelot was a marsh in Argyll.
Check it out!