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Marriage to Guinevere
Hengist & Horsa
There are no contemporary accounts of either of these figures.
Hengist (? – 488?)
He is recorded as a warrior and Saxon King of
Horsa (? – 455?) Hengist’s brother. Death in 455 would put him well before the start of King Arthur’s reign.
Hengist was the
leader with his brother Horsa of the first Saxon invasions of
After a rift with
Vortigern the Saxons seized
The later kings of
The names Hengist and Horsa mean Gelding and Horse and it may be that these were titles derived from a cult of horsemanship.
Horsa was killed at the battle of Aegelsthrep in Kent (possibly Aylesford)
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The Round Table
Merlin & The Tree of Life
Merlin the Magician
Born circa 400 CE ; Welsh: Myrddin;
Latin: Merlinus; English: Merlin.
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