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King Arthur and the Cymry Heroes
The Celtic Britons called themselves the Cymry, which meant "fellow countrymen" in their Celtic tongue. Once Roman rule ended in Britain in about 410 A.D., a power vacuum developed, leading to the onslaught of Germanic invasions by Angles and Saxons,...
Saga of Times Past >> Legend and Prehistory
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
King James Bible: John, Chapter 4
Chapter 4 4:1 When therefore the Lord knew how the Pharisees had heard that Jesus made and baptized more disciples than John, 4:2 (Though Jesus himself baptized not, but his disciples,) 4:3 He left Judaea, and departed again into Galilee. 4:4 And he must...
New Testament >> John
Story of the Celts: The Celts in Britain
The Celts in Britain [ 27 ] What is obvious when studying the Celts, as when studying anything, is that different experts say different things--there are always men of knowledge who have conflicting views about specifics. The dates of when the Celts came to...
History & Anthropology >> Celtic & Irish
King James Bible: Matthew, Chapter 13
Chapter 13 13:1 The same day went Jesus out of the house, and sat by the sea side. 13:2 And great multitudes were gathered together unto him, so that he went into a ship, and sat; and the whole multitude stood on the shore. 13:3 And he spake many things unto...
New Testament >> Matthew
King James Bible: Matthew, Chapter 21
Chapter 21 21:1 And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem, and were come to Bethphage, unto the mount of Olives, then sent Jesus two disciples, 21:2 Saying unto them, Go into the village over against you, and straightway ye shall find an ass tied, and a colt...
New Testament >> Matthew
The Twilight of the Celtic Gods
The Milesians, according to myth, were the first Celts to settle in Ireland. This group was named after the eight sons of Mil (some texts say King Milesius); these Gaelic peoples, the myths report, came to Ireland from Spain. Ironically, the first phase of...
Saga of Times Past >> Legend and Prehistory

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The Axe of Albion
Sir Kay. Sir Gareth. Sir Tristram.
Dialogue Sample from YOUNG KING ARTHUR Copyright © 1998
[LADY LIONORS has refused SIR RUMWALD's invitation to her family to visit London where a tournament will be held to decide the next king. Her sons,.
The Taker and the Keeper
When Sir Kay discovered that he had left his sword behind, Arthur went to get him a sword that was embedded in a stone.

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Brothers in modern take on legend of King Arthur
Kenny and Rory Giles, from Sovereign Close, play Sir Lancelot and Sir Kay in a production of The Quest, which involves young adults aged 16 to 25 from across the region.

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Sir Kay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Kay | King Arthur & The Knights of the Round Table
Sir Kay was the son of Ector (Ectorious) and the foster brother of King Arthur.
EBK: Arthurian Literature: Sir Kay
Sir Kay was King Arthur's foster-brother. With Sir Bedivere, he killed the Giant of St. Michael's Mount.
Sir Kay: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
May 17, 2005 Sir Kay was Arthur's foster brother and his earliest companion as well as among the first to support Arthur's cause.
Sir Kay
Sir Kay is always described as King Arthur's seneschal (an official in charge of domestic arrangements in the medieval household and overseer of the servants).

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