Land of the Gods: How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur's Camelot (2020)

Land of the Gods: How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur's Camelot Philip Coppens Land of the Gods How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur s Camelot Land of the Gods Land of the Gods is the historical archeological story of the ancient inhabitants of Scotland the Lothians and the Borders tribes whom the Romans called the Goddodin The Romans did
  • Title: Land of the Gods: How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur's Camelot
  • Author: Philip Coppens
  • ISBN: 9781931882699
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
Land of the Gods: How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur's Camelot Philip Coppens Land of the Gods Land of the Gods is the historical, archeological story of the ancient inhabitants of Scotland, the Lothians and the Borders tribes, whom the Romans called the Goddodin The Romans did not conquer these ancient inhabitants, though when they retreated from Britain, neighboring tribes tried to lay claim to their lands Then a magnificent warrior emerged fromLand of the Gods Land of the Gods is the historical, archeological story of the ancient inhabitants of Scotland, the Lothians and the Borders tribes, whom the Romans called the Goddodin The Romans did not conquer these ancient inhabitants, though when they retreated from Britain, neighboring tribes tried to lay claim to their lands Then a magnificent warrior emerged from these ancient Scottish tribes Remembered Full description
Land of the Gods: How a Scottish Landscape Was Sanctified to Become Arthur's Camelot Philip Coppens

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  1. Mark Jordan

    This book is the most important distillation and interpretation of the Arthurian legends within the context of placing the roots of the stories I have read a great deal of the relevant literature on the subject, from the angry screed of St Gildas in the 6th century, up through and past Nikolai Tolstoy s brilliant plunge into the roots of the parallel Merlin myth Coppens ties up many loose ends plausibly, though his research can be exhaustive at times Some things, as always in this subject, are o [...]

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