This book presents an attempt to bring together what may be accepted with regard to the personality and actual life of King Arthur, while putting aside everything that is obviously or probably fabulous. W. Howship Dickinson endeavoured to give due weight to the evidence, both positive and negative, rather than to work up to a pre-determined conclusion. With regard to the evidence of a positive kind, if so it may be called, especial weight was given to the details of topography, more particularly in Cornwall, with the Arthurian localities of which the author happens to have been more familiar than with those elsewhere.
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