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Owain Ddantgwyn

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Charlie Hunnam Might Join Idris Elba in WB's King Arthur Series, Giving Us the
Also rumored to be joining the cast is Elisabeth Olsen, whom I like, but can we get Rinko Kikuchi in there too, please? And Burn Gorman and Charlie Day. Tell me they shouldn't voice the red and white dragons.
Bird Droppings from Estonia: Arthur and Alfred
I like the theory that Arthur is short for Arthursus, a compound of the Celtic Briton (now Welsh) and Latin names for “bear” – arth and ursus –the symbolic name of Owain Ddantgwyn, ruler of Powys, a territory that once covered Wales and central England.

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