Celtic Myth and Arthurian Romance by Roger Sherman Loomis

By Roger Sherman Loomis

King Arthur was once no longer an Englishman, yet a Celtic warrior, in line with Loomis, whose examine into the historical past of the Arthurian legend unearths findings that are either illuminating and hugely debatable. the writer sees the vegetarian goddess because the prototype of many damsels in Arthurian romance, and Arthur's knights because the gods of sunlight and hurricane. If Loomis's arguments are accredited, the place does this go away the historical Arthur?

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