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Oct 6, 2022

[Answer] 5. Camelot is a famous castle and court associated with which legendary hero?

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...1. King Richard 2. King Arthur 3. King HenryVIII 4. King John King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table are associated with Camelot, the mythical castle and court. It first appeared in French romances in the 12th century. Its exact location was never told, only that it was somewhere in Britain. The stories describe the city as standing along a river, surrounded by forests and plains. It contained a great cathedral, named St. Stephen's. That was where Arthur and Guinevere were married and where Arthur's Knights of the Round Table held council. ~Rawhide13




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King Arthur:


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