synyonyms or analogies/namesakes/mirror-sites (and sources) :
Please note we are not saying these are all the same sites. Some are same name and same site, some are same name and different sites (ie analogy/reminiscent-namesake/mirror-site), some are different name and same site. Surely people can see that it makes sense that the Welsh/etc would have had later namesakes of the original south-east sites, and different names for same sites in different sources, just like is known with other peoples/sources in history. Also please note that some are only/just possible candidates/matches &/or that there may be some mistakes / wrong ones, esp the question marked ones. And please take note that some are not orthodox "linguistically correct" cognates (eg "Windsor") but like confoundings/puns that ancients/medievals are known to have done sometimes. And note that all names here are from Arthurian tradition/literature/scholarship (and we have tried to show this esp for more common ones like "Windsor" (castle/Yseut/RT) by having them in quote marks/speech marks). The main, most important/famous one/s to note here is the Guinnion/Dover one/s. There is no easy way to show the multiple interconnections between the many places and sources, but see also chapter 13. Please also see our table/s showing the definite &/or seeming correspondences between the sites of the main/major sources (9 actual sites, 9 HB sites, 9 ND/SS sites, 9 PG sites, 12 Monasteries, 11 Consuls, 12/15 children of Brychan, [12?] battle sites of Taliesin, 10 children of Glywys?, ASC 571 entry?, 7 servants/men of the Porter, 3 solemnities of Padarn, 3 churches of Padarn, and the Wonders). See our 3 papers on the 12 battle sites of HB, the 9 Pa Gur battle sites, and the Wonders of Britain for more info about those 3 sites/lists/sources matches.
Linnuis: Linnuis (HB) ~ "Celidon wood might be near Lincoln" (Thompson translation of the HB) ~ "they came to Celidon just after Lindisia/Lindocolinum" (GofM/HRB) &/or kaer-lind-coit (HRB)? ~ lindsays (Lothian)?? ~ men from Linnuis at Catraeth 570 (varigated & ruddy (land))? ~ 'Limen fortenses' troops (at Othona)? ~ Lindsays (Lothian/Forth area)? ~ "Hengist in lindesia"? ~ "the north from which Octa arrives could be Lindsey"?
London / Lu(n)danbyrig : London/Londonesia &/or Lu(n)dan-byrig (Othona) ~ Lundenbyr(i)g/"London" (457 ASC)? ~ kaer-lind-coit/kaer-luid-coit / Dinas-Y-Llwyn-Llwyt (HRB / Hist of ...)? ~ Lot(h)/"Lothian"? ~ Lodonesia (VR)? ~ Geoff of Mon said London left, Celidon right (HRB) ~ "Dunglas formed the southern border of Lothian" (OEC)??
-- Bassas / Afarnach's / Reculver/Regulbium --
Avalon ("pomona/apples") : Afarnach's Hall (Pa Gur) ~ Hall on the isle of Afallach (Triads) ~ Afallach (children of Brychan) ~ modron dtr of Aballach ~ morgan of Avalon ~ avalloc of avalon ~ Merddin Avellanaw (OEC)? ~ Avalon "in North sea" (Irish) ~ Avaron ~ St Aaron? ~ Avene/Cerdicesford (ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ Vallis-doloris / "Wedale" (VR)? ~ Lindisfarne/Farne (Bernicia)? ~ Aeron (Taliesin)? ~ "Merthir Ivn [Julii] & Aaron"? ~ appled ash (Wonders)? ~ 'Glastonbury Thorn'?
church/hall: St Mary monastery-church / basilica (Reculver) ~ "eglwysau Bassa"/"churches of Bassa" (canu Heleydd poems) ~ baschurch (tradition) ~ Marham church (Brychan)? ~ Afarnach's hall (PG) ~ hall on isle of Afallach (triads) ~ Stobo Kirk / church of Wedale (Gala Water, VR)?
"Gower"/Gore (Urien(s)) : fount guur helic? ~ Gu(h)yr/guiher/Gower/gubir/guhir (Levitating Altar, Wonders) ~ gower/guhir/gwyr (llangyfelach, 12 Monasteries) ~ Oystermouth / Ystum-llwynarth in Gower (Wales) ~ gomeret? ~ maleagant of goirre? ~ Gore on Scot border (tradition)? ~ sire Maheloas of l'isle de Voirre "glass"? ~ pa gwr "on the right"? ~ Pa Gur ("what man is the porter")? ~ "wedgeshaped piece of land"?.
-- Celidon / Celli / Weald/Kit's Coty --
wood/forest: silva celidonis / cat coit celidon (HB) ~ clump of trees (Kits Coty) ~ weald (Kent/Sussex) ~ Guinnion in Celidon wood (Irish) ~ hoary rock in a wood (Scilly/Lyonesse) ~ lofty wood clad rock dinas Emrys (...) ~ fine hunting grounds Arestal (...) ~ Rutupi thought to be a wood ([Lucan?]) ~ Se Nemus ("Stirling")? ~ cad Goddeu/Achren "battle of trees" (Triads) ~ wood Beit (Taliesin)? ~ Celli "grove" (PG) ~ Green Man/Knight ~ Brutus II DarianLas/Greenshield? ~ white town / town of white stone amid green woodland ("Chester", Ceawlin, Wilmot-Buxton) ~ Loyngarth/Llwynarth "grove/wood of the bear" or Llwyn garth "Grove/Bush/Scrub Hill/Enclosure" ~ leeks (green & white)??.
Eidyn: din Eidyn (Gododdin) ~ Eidyn 2 / mynydd Eidyn (PG) ~ Edinburgh Hill (Dover) ~ Edinburgh (Lothian/Forth) ~ eiddyn (Taliesin) [HB Guinnion = AC Badon] ~ "Arthur grave at Etna/Sicily" (near straits of Messena, Tilbury/wiki)? ~ Etna/Messena (Morgana)? ~ Eden Hall? ~ Edyrn/Yder/Isdernus/Edern/Aeturnus?
lighthouse/pharos (bredenstone, devils drop): lighthouse/pharos (Dover) ~ tower (Modena)? ~ Gwrdnei cats eyes (7 servants/men of the porter) ~ tower of marvels (Galafort)? ~ "some kind of enclosure" (Beroul/Shoaf)? ~ city of Pharaon? ~ city of Paron? ~ yBryngwyn/Gwynfryn "White-Hill/tower" (Bran story)? ~ Merlin's mirror??.
cliff/hill/mount/rock [shield?/shoulder?]: cliffs/hill/heights/downs Dover/Braddon/'Edinburgh Hill' (Kent) ~ Saxon rock (Vulgate cyc) ~ hoary rock in a wood (Scilly/Lyonesse) ~ lofty wood clad rock dinas Emrys (...) ~ vast insulated rock dinas Emris ~ mynydd Eidyn (PG) ~ Badon hill/mt (Gildas/AC) ~ hill/height/slope/[rock] ([castle rock] / "Arthur's Seat"/Ard-na-Said "height of the arrows", east Edinburgh "fort on a slope") ~ Arddunion "fortress height" (Taliesin) ~ Clogwyn Du'r Arddu "high/height" (Snowdon) ~ "Snowdon"/Isneldone ("snow hill", Gwynedd) ~ mynydd y Tristydd (castell y morwynion) ~ the Mount (Scilly/Lyonesse)? ~ rock of Dumbarton (Strathclyde) [reminiscent analogy]? ~ "earth shall swallow-up" Guintonhi (PofM/HRB)? ~ photo of castle Ewen (Skye)?
fort: castellum/fort Guinnion (HB) ~ castro/fort (Dover) ~ din Eidyn (Gododdin) ~ fort/burgh/castle (Edinburgh Castle "fort/castle of/on a slope") ~ castle/fortress on a lofty Saxon Rock (Vulgate cyc) ~ Arddunion "fortress height" (Taliesin) ~ Galafort (...) ~ castle/tower (Modena Arch) ~ chastel de "Snowdon"/Isneldone (Beroul/etc) ~ castle of Windsor (Yseut) ~ castell y Morwynion (mynydd y Tristydd) ~ castle Dore? ~ kaicester/cursalen (11 Consuls, HRB) ~ "Winchester" (HRB/Tysilio)? ~ dinas Emrys/Emris? ~ St Guinefort? ~ moridunon "seafort"? ~ castle Ewen? ~ "Dumbarton"? ~ castle of Morgane? ~ grail castle?
palace/house?: St Martin le Grand church &/or Painted House mansio &/or lighthouse (Dover)? ~ Pictish Palace (Floridus)? ~ Hwiterne "white house" (St Martin, Southern Picts, ASC)? ~ Ty Gwyn? ~ [Arthur's banqueting hall??]
pagans/Saxons/cynbyn: pagans/Saxons (Guinnion HB) ~ cynbyn (Eidyn 2 PG) ~ Saxon Rock (Vulgate cyc) ~ Hengist (lancelot-grail) ~ cynfelyn (Edinburgh)? ~ [frisians "dog heads"?] ~ [jutes "sea wolves"?] ~ St Guinefort linked with cynocephali (Wiki)? ~ "12 battles against the Saxons" (Floridus) ~ uer/caer ceni bei (Eidyn/Gododdin) ~ Southern Picts (Hwiterne, ASC)? ~ Carmelide [compare Elijah slew pagans at Mt Carmel]??.
white: Guinnion/Alborum "white, holy" (HB/Jackson) ~ Albion "white"/"alps" (...) ~ Yseut "fair/white" (...) ~ Snowdon "snow hill" (Beroul/etc) [cf 'Snow White'] ~ hwiterne "white house" (ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ white town / town of white stone amid green woodland ("Chester", Ceawlin, Wilmot-Buxton)? ~ [picts "white/pale"?] ~ Aeneas Yswwydwyn/Whiteshield? ~ field of Leeks?
Mary: Mary (Guinnion, HB) ~ St Mary (church, Dover) [& St Mary (church, Reculver)] ~ Guanhumara [Mara]?? ~ Mary ("Wedale", VR) ~ Martia/Marsia (HRB) ~ Santa Maria de Bretona (Galicia) ~ St Mary's Leek?.
colton/camelot?: Calton Hill (at/near Edinburgh) ~ Colton (near Dover)? ~ Colgrin (HRB)? ~ Camelot (white/marble, "Winchester", Malory)? ~ Gomeret ("Guined")? ~ sorceress Gamille the Maiden of the Castle? ~ castle of Dimilioc (Tintagel, HRB)?
537: "gododdin/eidin/catraeth 538"? ~ calends Martii 538 (ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ great victory of Arthur against Saxons on St David's day/birthday 540/640? ~ "Camlan 537" (AC)? ~ Gildas' 40/43/44 yrs could be 495-538/540 (DEB)? ~ compare Brunanburh 938 [exactly 400 yrs after/later]? ~ Athelstaneford 836
Martin/Merlin: calends Martii 538 (ASC)? ~ Martin le Grand (Dover) ~ Martin (Hwiterne, ASC)? ~ Carmarthen (PG)? ~ Mars/Ares & Arthur/Merlin (Leon Mintz paper)? ~ Burmaltus/Durmart le Galois &/or Mardoc/"Melwas/Meleagant"/"mordred" (Modena archivolt)? ~ seed of Mars (Brunanburh)? ~ Merlinus Caledonensis (...) ~ Merlin Wylt ~ Martin (church, Canterbury) ~ moridunon "seafort"? ~ Martia (HRB)? ~ Doferum/Martinus (Pa Halgan) ~ Merlin's mirror??
"picts" (painted/white/blue, apostate, [Maetae], Meigle, Manau Gododdin)? : "KA based in Pictland" / "Arthur dux/leader of the Picts/Pictorum/Pict(s')land" & 'Pictish Palace' (Floridus)? ~ Southern Picts (Hwiterne, ASC)? ~ "Caledonian wood/forest" (Weald, Caesar, Florus/Lucan/Pliny)? ~ painted house (Dover)?? ~ "dun Eidin/edinburg(h) on pictish side of wall"? ~ peithwys "exposed"? ~ "…the Britanni of South Britain were also occasionally called Caledonii and Picti...." (James Paterson)? ~ "There are Pictish elements in Tristan story"? ~ "Mordred son of Lot k of Picts"? ~ Lothus k of Picts (vs Arthur k of Britons)? ~ "Kay of Pictland" / "Kaw of North Britain"? ~ "a poetic reference to Julius Caesar having had a relatively easy task invading Britain, since his opponents were: “... primitive and used only to foes as yet half-naked, like the Picts...”" (Panegyric)? ~ loch Lumonoy “in region of Picts” (HB)? ~ Pict/s slew Constantine at prompting of Vortigern (HRB)? ~ "Picti Britanni" / ""Barbara de Pictis veni bascauda Britannis" (Martial)? ~ "lata Caledoniis talis pictura Britannos" (Ausonius) ~ "Picts raiding east coast" (wiki) ~ [Arthrau king of picts?] ~ "No source before Geoff of Mon says that Arthur fought scots/picts"? ~ Picts/Pictish district of Horestia??
shield/shoulder/s/[ship?] (humeros) : shield (Modena arch) ~ shield/shoulder/s (Guinnion, HB) ~ downs/heights/cliffs (Dover)? ~ "coverts/shade" (celidon/caledon, owen/[gunn or todd]/elfinspell, though Jackson disputes this) [weald]? ~ "coverts of the woods" & "rocks & hazel bushes" (HRB)? ~ scots/ysgodion "shades, coverts" ~ yseut?? ~ Guan-humara? ~ “…a scapula [&/or thigh] believed to be a relic of St Alban…” (sent by European church to to St Alban's in modern times)? ~ Aeneas Yswwydwyn/Whiteshield &/or Brutus II DarianLas/Greenshield/Blueshield ~ shield/ship Pry(d)wen? ~ 9th wave Peryddon??
cross: Arthur bore cross/Mary on shield/shoulder/s at Guinnion/Badon (HB/AC) ~ Arthur made a cross the size of Christ's (VR)? ~ Celtic cross on church (Dover)? [& Reculver Cross] ~ Galvarium (Modena arch)? ~ St Andrews/saltire cross at "Athelstaneford 836"? ~ cross (Galafort) ~ cross & Gwenwisa/Genuissa (dtr Caesar/Claudius [Richborough/Deal/Dover])?
5th/6th/(middle) (cross-switch match betw lists/sources) : 5th of 9 (3x3) battlesites Guinnion (HB) ~ 6th battlesite Eidyn 2 (PG) ~ 6th of 9 forts Dubris (ND/SS) ~ 6th actual site Dover (south-east quarter) ~ 6th consul Cursalen/Kaicester (HRB)? ~ 6th battle site Arddunion (Taliesin) ~ 6th monastery glasgwin (12 Monasteries)? ~ 5th servant/man Gwrdnei (7 servants/men of the porter) ~ 5th wonder DuoRig Habren (Wonders/HB)? ~ 2nd/3rd church (3 churches Padarn) ~ 2nd solemnity (3 solemnities Padarn)?
not city?: Isneldone "not city" (Beroul/Shoaf)? ~ Egones-ham/Ignes-ham (ASC)?
"Jerusalem"?: Cursalen of kaicester (11 Consuls, HRB)? ~ Caer Lleon and Jerusalem were built about the same time ('24 kings & 33 cities')? ~ Jerusalem ("Wedale", VR)?
Britain/Pretanikoi/cruithne ("painted"/blue, Albion/"Rutupian"/clasMyrddin/Samothea)?: Artus de Bretannia (Modenna arch) ~ Santa Maria de Bretona (Galicia)? ~ "dumbarton"? ~ shield/ship Pry(d)wen? [~ 9th wave Peryddon??] ~ metropolis of Padarn? ~ Magnanimous Arthur might be Great Britain (HB)? ~ Brychan??
Clarence?: "clarence site 2 battles, 1st loose bcos KA&kts not there, 2nd battle great victory drives saxons outof england" ~ "in the vulgate 'Merlin' King Arthur smashes the saxons at Clarence", "Clarence battle cry of Uther Pendragon & King Arthur". "Clarence" is shown equated roughly with (Clare,) Suffolk in a map of Arthurian britain in a modern Arthurian studies source ~ Maelgwn comes as far as river mouth of river Clarach/Claragh? ~ "clear"? ~ Clarent maybe was KA's fathers weapon which Mordred slew King Arthur with? ~ Clariance was name of 2 kings on 2 sides at battle of Bedegraine? ~ KA bestows Galescalain title duke of Clarence [cp Galafort/Galahad/Galvarium]? ~ clarence place in prose lancelot?
-- city of the legion / dissethach / richborough/rutupi --
legion/legions/lion/lions &/or logres: city of lions/lyonesse (...) ~ city of the legion (HB) ~ Dubricius of City of Legions (GofM/HRB) ~ legio ii Augusta (Rutupi, ND/SS) ~ leominster (12 Monasteries) ~ Liganburh (571 ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ leg(e)ceastre (Pa Halgan / Kentish Royal Legend)? ~ Legecester (11 Consuls, HRB) ~ lynn Liuan (Wonders)? ~ army (Linn Liuan, Wonders)? ~ Locrin (HRB) ~ lucrinum/rutupi (Juvenal)?
city: city of the legion (HB) ~ city of rutupi (bede) ~ civitas (Rutupi, Orosius/Lucan) ~ orbs (Rutupi) ~ dwellings of dissethach (PG)? ~ one of the three renowned cities (...)? ~ Merlin's town Caerleon? ~ "former rustic" (returning plank, Wonders).
RT (150 kts): circling rock/mountain (Wonders)? ~ RT "rotates like the world" (Beroul/Wace) ~ amphitheatre Richborough ~ amphitheatre Chester ~ amphitheatre Caerleon ~ Rutupi "red top" (Richborough, ND/Orosius/Lucan)? ~ caran(n)og's altar?? ~ bwrdd hir "long table" (RT source)? ~ 140 churches city of lions/lyonesse?
cross: large cruciform platform/quadrifons (Richborough) ~ again's cross (3 churches Padarn) ~ cruc mawr (Wonders)
julius: St Julius (city of the legion) ~ Julius Caesar (Dover/Deal/Richborough)? ~ Jugein of Legecester (11 Consuls, HRB)? ~ kalends July (3 solemnities of Padarn)? ~ calends Iulius 540 (ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ calends July & calends May 1093 (kerediegean battle Wales) ~ "Merthir Ivn [Julii] & Aaron"? ~ Julliberies grave (Kent)?? ~ caerJudeu??
Rutupi ("red top") : Rutupi "red top" (ND) ~ city of rutupi (Bede) ~ Ridoc/Richiden/Rico (HRB)?~ Ricaradoch (HRB)? ~ Gawain died/buried/skull at Rutupi or Dover ~ round table?? ~ meilros??.
Cereticiaun: Cereticiaun (Cruc Mawr, Wonders) ~ Caractacus/Caradoc (vs Claudius) ~ Cerdic/Cedric (ASC/Ethelwerd)? ~ Ricaradoch (HRB)? ~ Caranog's altar (...)? ~ kingdom of Helig is near Ceredigion? ~ Aberystwyth in Ceredigion? ~ St David was son of prince of Cereticu? ~ coroticus (St Patrick letter)? ~ kaercaradoc (HRB)? ~ Twyn Caradoc (on the Mynydd yGaer "fortress Mtn", Glamorg)?*
white / marble: Great White Palace of white marble (Camelot, Malory/Hassell) ~ [white] "large cruciform platform (Richborough [North Downs, cliffs end])? ~ white town / town of white stone amid green woodland ("Chester", Ceawlin, Wilmot-Buxton)?
camelot ([church of stephen, many towered, white/marble, Shallot upstream], "maybe near Camlan", "Camelot was Tintagel"?) : Camelot/Schamilot (Chretien/Troyes) ~ Camas Longart/Longphort (on Loch Long near Conchra)? ~ campo iuxta lapidem tituli ("Richborough", Vortimer, HB)? ~ Meilros (near Wedale of VR)? ~ [Campus Electi (Bassalig)?] ~ Helig's land / land of Helig / kingdom of Helig ? ~ Campus Heli (metropolis of Padarn)? ~ Santiago de Compostela (Galicia)? ~ Samuil Pen...? ~ castle of Dimilioc (Tintagel, HRB)?? ~ pontstephen? ~ 140 churches city of lions/lyonesse?? ~ [white] "large cruciform platform" (Richborough)?
llongborth?: Leonard (Deal)?? ~ llymarch "an oyster" / Ystum-llwynarth (Oystermouth) ~ Loyngarth (Wonders) ~ Camas Longart/Longphort (on Loch Long) ~ llongborth (...) ~ bwrdd hir "long table" (RT)? ~ berth at Baschurch (tradition) [Bassas/Reculver & Legions/Richborough are nearish neighbours/sisters not far from each other]?
Padarn/Peter: metropolis of Padarn/Paternus ~ again's cross / middle (2nd/3rd of 3 churches of Padarn) ~ calends July (2nd/3rd of 3 solemnities of Padarn) ~ Town of Peren? ~ city of Paran? ~ city of Paron? city of Pharaon? ~ 9th wave Peryddon?? ~ shield/ship Pry(d)wen?? ~ Patras (St Andrew [of Athelstaneford/"Scotland"])?? ~ Peter ("rock/stone" [Rome]) ~ St Peter-in-Thanet? ~ lampeter ~ Town of Pedyr? ~ St Paerburge (legeceastre, Pa Halgan)? ~ Werburgh (Chester)? ~ walking stone (Wonders)?
tremounus: 'tremounus of legions' (HRB) ~ Trimontium (Melros(e), near Wedale, VR / Adam Ardrey) ~ Rutupina/Rutupinus/rutup(i)ensem / (t)rutulensem / /Triputienses/Trutulensis/Trucculensis (Richborough/SS/Britain, Roman sources)? ~ circling mountain/rock (rotates 3 times, Wonders/HB)?
hill/mount: Mt Badon/Badon Hill (HB/Gildas) ~ Portsdown Hill (Portchester) ~ Baddesdown-hill (Bede) ~ Bannesdown/Lansdown (Camden) ~ bannesdown hill (Wynn) ~ Ardaoneon "height" (Taliesin)? ~ the Mount (Scilly/Lyonesse)? ~ Dragon Hill (Natanleod)?? ~ Mantuantonis/Mutu-antonis (Ravenna cosmo. # 69)?
Adurni: Adurni/Adiuni/Ardaoni/Ardaoneon/Adur (ND/SS) ~ Arddunion (Taliesin)? ~ Adwen (Brychan)? ~ Badon (HB)? ~ 'odor nant y badd', or 'odor' & 'nant y badd' (24 kings & 33 cities)?
port: Hamo's Port (HRB) ~ portus Adurni (ND) ~ portchester/portsmouth/portsdown hill (actual site, Southants) ~ Port (ASC) ~ llongborth (Geraint/"Devon")? ~ the Porter (7 servants/men of the porter / PG)?? ~ "Pontesburh" (ASC 661)??
bere/bear??: bereby (Portchester)~ beranb[ury] (556 ASC)?? ~ Arthur bore cross/Mary on shield/shoulder/s at Guinnion/Badon?? ~ Arthur "bear"?? ~ Bereford  (HH/Ethelwerd/MofW)?
9th: 9th battle site Badon (HB) ~ 9th SS fort Adurni/Clausentum (ND/SS) ~ 9th battle Mon(a) (PG)? ~ 9th actual site (south-east quater)
-- all 9 HB / PG / ND/se sites --
nine (3x3) : 9 Pa Gur battlesites ~ 9 "Nennius" battlesites ~ 9 ND Saxon Shore forts (south-east quarter) ~ 9 actual south-east sites ~ 9 porters/watchdogs of Ysbaddaden Bencawr (Culwch & Olwen) ~ [9 men of Luthor/Liber son of Art]? ~ 10 children Glywys? ~ 3 several battles (HRB)? ~ 3 prisons (3 Caer Oeth and Anoeth, & 3 Gwen Pendragon, & 3 Stone of Echymeint)?
twelve (3x4) : 12 battles Arthur (HB) ~ 12 Monasteries ~ 12/15/24 children Brychan ~  battle sites Gwallawg (Taliesin) ~ 12 SS forts Skegness - Carisbrooke (map)? ~ 11 Consuls (HRB) ~ 13 Wonders? ~ 3 several battles (HRB)?
-- abbreviations -- AC = Annals Camrbiae / Welsh Annals AN ASC ByT C&O DEB = Gildas DMN = descent of men of north EH = Bede GofM/HRB = geoff of mon "hist ks britain" HB = "Nennius" 'Historia Britonum' jc = julius caesar / jesus christ KA mt(n)/mt(s) ND = notita dignitatum OEC PofM = prophecy of Merlin (HRB) PG = Pa Gur (of Carmarthen) RT / Rnd Tab = round table "RofC" = "richard of cirencester") ("bertram") se = southeast St/s = Saint/s, street/s SH = sutton hoo / stone henge / staffs hoard SS VR wiki WofB = Wonders of Britain ("Nennius")
refs/acknowledgments/credits: Our discovery synthesises many "old" and "update" sources across the spectrum [both so-called "real scholars" and so-called "pseudo/fringe"]. People and/or sources i am esp indebted to for many of the above connections include: '24 kings and 33 cities'; asc; ac ;Arthurnet posters; Adam Ardrey; Graham Aspin; Arthurian infopedia; Damien Bullen; Sean Bambrough (me); sheila brynjulfson; "Bertram"; jc copper / brewers; cambro-briton; Collingwood; Andrew Evans; evans 'arthurian campaign'; judith deverell; ethelwerd; 'excalibur'; elfinspell; Google search/books/maps/images; gyam; chris gwyn; karen han; August/Dan Hunt; jacquetta hawkes; historum (despite negatives to us); Alan Hassel; Edwin Hustwit; "ken hindson" (father); kenneth jackson; mary jones; kent archaeological society; Modena Archivolt; Leon Mintz; Geoff of Mon; "Nennius"; oec; pa gur; pa Halgan; pastscape; "RofC"; sayles; Judy Shoaf; tysilio; taliesin/taleisin; wikipedia; wilmot-buxton; mortimer wheeler.