The story of King Arthur has been around for a very long time, with the first record of its mention by medieval Welsh historian “Nennius.” He had given a list of 12 battles that took place in different places and times during the Saxon Invasion 500 A.D., several hundred years before Nennius was even born. There is only one surviving source today that speaks of the real-life battle at Mons Badonicus (Badon Hills). Given this information, skeptics have always stayed far away from the story of King Arthur. But Given some brand-new findings on the once perceived Celtic myth, maybe Arthur will find himself a real place in history!
A Needle in the Haystack
Historians have been interested in the story of King Arthur since he rose to stardom in the early 19th century. With different teams of experts looking through historical artifacts from around the world trying to look for clues, and finding nothing. Things seemed to come to a dead end.
Now, with the help of modern technology, experts can look deep into the ground. So, let’s find out who exactly was King Arthur, let’s learn more about the myth, and understand some truths in his existence.