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CAMELOT ~ Camelot was a fictitious city first named as Arthur's principal home some time in the 12th century. John Leland, in 1542, claimed Cadbury Castle was the "real" Camelot. Cadbury was the head quarters for a 5th century king. Its west country location gives it credibility as the original Camelot.    Camelot is a dream city, a "chivalric Utopia" Arthur's personal capital from whence he doles out justice, hosts grand feasts, and makes brave knights.

Camelot: Perhaps the most mentioned mythical place, the city capital of Arthurian legends is the middle age version of the paradise. Here all that is good, righteous and true is considered natural and the truth and valor prevail no matter what.

Myrddin & Merlin: A Guide to the Early Evolution of the Merlin Legend - http://www.arthuriana.co.uk/n&q/myrddin.htm

Myrddin & Merlin: A Guide to the Early Evolution of the Merlin Legend…

The Song of Queen Guenevere. Illuminated manuscript by Alberto & Francis Sangorski, ca. 1908. This is one of 8 illuminations taken from the historical poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson, "Extracts from Idylls of the Kings" (Tennyson's version of the Arthurian legend).

The Song of Queen Guenevere. Illuminated manuscript by Alberto Francis Sangorski, ca. This is one of 8 illuminations taken from the historical poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson, "Extracts from Idylls of the Kings" (Tennyson's version of the Arthurian legend).

Camelot, by Gustave Doré. 1868. Painted for "Idylls of the King" by Lord Alfred Tennyson.

/// Camelot, engraving by Gustave Doré to illustrate the Arthurian poems in Idylls of the King, by Lord Alfred Tennyson,

Jamie Campbell Bower on Camelot, Bonnie Wright, and filming Breaking Dawn

Jamie Campbell Bower on Camelot, Bonnie Wright, and filming Breaking Dawn

Druantia is a hypothetical Gallic tree goddess proposed by Robert Graves in his study The White Goddess (1948). In Neopaganism, Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Cel

Druantia

Druantia is a hypothetical Gallic tree goddess proposed by Robert Graves in his study The White Goddess In Neopaganism, Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Cel

Cover Art for Kingdoms of Camelot by Kabam, Galan Pang on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/cover-art-for-kingdoms-of-camelot-by-kabam

This is the loading screen of mobile game Kingdoms of Camelot. The perspective at the bottom intentionally distorted to leave a clean space for loading bar.

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