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Letter from the Editor

Hungry for history

The idea that King Arthur might have once been alive and kicking here in England, with his own hopes, ambitions and desires, has been a fascinating notion for well over a thousand years. And yet, until now, we’ve never been able to say for sure whether he was a real historical character, or just the child of the imagination of writers of yore. Now, having freshly assessed crucial sources relating to the Dark Ages, and applying his findings to archaeological surveys, Miles Russell believes he may finally have an answer. His story, which he shares with us from page 28, sheds new light on the mystery.

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Discover the real King Arthur with our exclusive article from archaeologist Miles Russell, who believes that the legendary figure was in fact a Dark Age warlord. Elsewhere, Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cromwell go head to head, take a look at life on the Thames in the Victorian era, and learn about the forgotten storyteller who wrote one of our most-loved fairytales.