Birth of the Arthurland Legend

Gore, Terry L.
April 2000
Military History;Apr2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p42
Recounts the battle on Mons Badonicus between the army of Lucius Artorius Castus and Saxon invaders from Germany in 493 AD. Tactics used by Ambrosius Aurelianus, captain of the Britons, in the war against Saxons; Number of Saxons killed by Castus in the battle; Reasons for Britannia's fall.


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