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I am a new subscriber to History Revealed and I must tell you it is the only magazine I read cover to cover. You can’t take your eyes off the beautiful layout and the articles are fun, informative, important and never dull.

Regarding King Arthur, and your question of his true existence (March 2017. Like a major religion, the attention paid to the subject has gone on for so many hundreds of years that you have to wonder if there really isn’t something to it all. Maybe King Arthur could have been created as a ‘father identity’ for an England looking for its core origin after so many centuries of invasion and division. Like faith and religion, maybe the idea of Arthur lives on only in the hearts of man, but that can be very real.

A BROADER VIEW The quest for King Arthur could continue in non-English sources
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When news broke a couple of years back that the body of Richard III had been discovered under a car park in Leicester, hope sprang afresh that the truth about this most divisive of kings would finally be put to rest. But while the find offered many clues, we have much fact yet to separate from fiction. Who was the real Richard? Was he a murderous usurper, or has his reputation been tarnished in a classic case of the victors writing history? We get to the heart of the matter from page 30.