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King Arthur, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text

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Arthur, {Fictitious}

Also Known As: "King Arthur Pendragon", "of the Round Table", "King Arthur"
Birthplace: Britton
Death: February 16, 518 (57-58)
Batalha de Camlann (Bretanha) (Wounds in Battle)
Place of Burial: Avalon
Immediate Family:

Son of Uther Pendragon, King Arthur's Father, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text and Igerna, King Arthur's Mother, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text
Husband of Guanhumara, KIng Arthur's Wife, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text
Brother of Anna, King Arthur's Sister, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text

Occupation: King
Managed by: Erin Ishimoticha
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About King Arthur, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text

See also: Arthur ab Uthyr, {Fictional, Early Welsh Texts}

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Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Brittanniae, "history of the kings of Britain," contains one of the most comprehensive versions of the Arthurian legend; though it is no longer considered valuable as a history, it is still an extremely valuable piece of medieval literature. It is easily found in translation; an ebook can be found at For the Latin, an ebook is available at

King Arthur is a legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries, who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the early 6th century. _______________________

The following Wikipedia link is to King Arthur in his various guises, not just the Geoffrey of Monmouth version:

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King Arthur, Geoffrey of Monmouth Text's Timeline

February 16, 518
Age 58
Batalha de Camlann (Bretanha)
Ard Ri and Warlord