6th-Century Christian Britain from King Arthur to Rome's Austin

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Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee first presents early evidence for the historicity of Arthur, the Celto-Brythonic 'High King' of Britain. Arthur established his presence in Ireland, Iceland, Dalriada, Pictavia, Norway and perhaps even elsewhere in Northern Europe. He also took a strong position against Rome, and refused all payment of tribute to that imperial(istic) city. Arthur defeated the Saxons in twelve major battles -- culminating in his own great heroism at Mt. Badon in A.D. 516. From this starting point in the time of Arthur, Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee takes us on a fascinating survey of sixth century Christian Britain, and the various personalities, and peoples that who dominated the times.
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First Bexley Edition
Bexley Christian Publications
September 30, 2011
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