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British Sea-Power in the Age of Arthur

The Brittonic Period–the fifth and early sixth centuries of Britain–was a pivotal period in British history and as such it remains the subject of much contentious debate; despite decades of discussion, for example, there is still no academic agreement as … Continue reading

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WAS LINDISFARNE A BRITTONIC NAVAL BASE IN THE AGE OF ARTHUR?

  The “Holy Island” of Lindisfarne off the coast of northeastern England is notable for the great monastery established there in the early 7th century, as well as for its most famous expression of Medieval religious art, The Lindisfarne Gospel.[1]  … Continue reading

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