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The Lost Tomb of King Arthur
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction: A Flesh-and-Blood Historical Figure


1 Here Lies King Arthur

2 Camelot

3 Swords of Power

4 Avalon

5 Morgan and Her Sisters

6 The White Land

7 Last of the Romans

8 Merlin the Bard

9 A Historical Figure?

10 Capital City

11 The Name of the King

12 Camlann

13 The Once and Future King

Appendix: Chronology

Notes

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

A former radio journalist and broadcaster for the BBC, Graham Phillips is a historical investigator and author of 13 books, including The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant, Merlin and the Discovery of Avalon in the New World, The Chalice of Magdalene, and The End of Eden. He lives in England.

Reviews

"Graham Phillips's erudite, convincing, and definitive deductions have led to very real discoveries apparent for all to see. In The Lost Tomb of King Arthur Graham reveals the true history and final resting place of Britain's most famous legendary king." * Andrew Collins, author of Goebekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods *
"Another must-read for anyone interested in the often inconvenient truth of history from the audacious and persuasive Graham Phillips. This book will challenge much of what you think you know about Arthur--but in a good way!" * Lynn Picknett, coauthor of The Templar Revelation and Turin Shroud: In Whose Image? the Truth Behind *
"The history of King Arthur, and whether he truly existed, has been studied by many scholarly disciplines--it is an immense jigsaw puzzle. In this book, Graham Phillips brings these pieces together to form a coherent picture of who the historical Arthur actually was. Always engaging and informative, this book penetrates the mystery of one of England's iconic heritage figures." * Storm Constantine, author of The Magravandias Chronicles *
"Just when you thought the legend of King Arthur was a fairytale, Graham Phillips shatters the illusion with historical facts, discoveries, and theories that challenge everything you thought you knew about the once and future king. Compelling read for all questers of the truth." * Andrew Gough, writer, presenter, and editor of The Heretic Magazine *

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