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there was a medieval celtic king who reigned during the 5th century in britain, and he was called "King Arthus". Aside from the popular legends and songs on his life that carry many variating interpretations on what he did and his kingdom, little facts are known about him but he is known to have defeated the saxons many times
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Originally posted by Echtelion
First, Geoffrey of Monmouth in "Historia regum Britanniae" in the 12th century and a certain "Nennius" in "Historia brittonum" from the 9th century. Both wrote about a certain King Arthur -or King Arthus- who waged war against the Saxons in the 5th century.