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This review is from: Arthur and the Fall of Roman Britain: A Narrative History for Fifth Century Britain (Paperback)
A very good read !
The same old and sometimes hackneyed canons of evidence used in a controversial manner . In my view " The correct explanation "
Only John Morris' "The Age Of Arthur " is a better or more authoritive work and he rarely made such bold ,slashing , inferences .
Annoyingly ; he starts too many senteces with " That the fact is " or "That this is " and leads onto the topic he's trying to prove . Infuriating grammar ! I became fed-up with it and wished he was a little older and more worldly .
His ideas are still good and worth the investment