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Avalon Camelot King Arthur: #Arthur is buried in a glen in the Scottish Borders, a historian has claimed. Damian Bullen believes Arthur’s legendary sword Excalibur lies on the bottom of the nearby “dead lake”. The literary archeologist insists the 5th century king and his son Mordred’s remains lie under the Yarrow Stone, which was found near Selkirk 400 years ago. Bullen based his claim on analysis of the inscription on the Yarrow Stone, along with the geography surrounding it.

The Yarrow Stone ~ is King Arthur buried in Scotland? SHAME On you Médiéval son the biches

The King Arthur stone Slaughterbridge, Cornwall.  First recorded by Carew in 1602 it had lain on the river bank for a 1000 years before. It is a 6th century memorial stone which coincides with the legendary last battle between Arthur & his nephew Mordred, referred to as the battle of Camlann.  Inscribed in Latin & rare Ogam , an ancient Celtic script. The Ogham dates the Stone to around the 6th century and indicates the presence of Southern Irish people in North Cornwall at this time.

The King Arthur stone Slaughterbridge, Cornwall. First recorded by Carew in 1602 it had lain on the river bank for a 1000 years before. It is a century memorial stone which coincides with the legendary last battle between Arthur & his nephew Mordred.

World's oldest map: Spanish cave has landscape from 14,000 years ago. A stone tablet found in a cave in Abauntz in the Navarra region of northern Spain is believed to contain the earliest known representation of a landscape. Archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the earliest map, dating from almost 14,000 years ago.

World's oldest map: Spanish cave has landscape from years ago. A stone tablet found in a cave in Abauntz in the Navarra region of northern Spain is believed to contain the earliest known representation of a landscape.

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Glastonbury Abbey

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Stone of Destiny-Scotland. What a history.

Legend says that the Stone of Destiny was used as a pillow by Jacob in biblical times. It was believed to have been brought to Argyll, Scotland in the century. (Other experts suggest it was quarried in the Oban area)

The Scotts of Buccleuch. Newark Castle, Selkirk by Ardintigh. Newark Castle is a large, ruined tower house standing in the grounds of Bowhill House, in the valley of the Yarrow Water three miles west of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders. In addition to the keep, sections of a gatehouse and wall survive.

archaicwonder: “ Newark Castle, Selkirk is a large, ruined tower house standing in the grounds of Bowhill House, in the valley of the Yarrow Water three miles west of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders.

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"So like a Shattered Column Lay the King" by Emma Florence Harrison [The women of Avalon escort King Arthur to the Otherworld.

Three generations of Scottish women, plus their pet cat. Detail from David Allan's "Scottish Highland Family."

Scottish Witchcraft: Background and Practices

Detail from David Allan's "Scottish Highland Family" (late c) - Note the striped kertch on the head of the woman on the left

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