The Works of

Rev. Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee

6th Century Christian Britain from King Arthur to Rome’s Austin

Then there was Embres Erryll. Gibbon explains that he, Ambrose Aurelian, was descended from a noble family. His valour, till his last fatal action of A.D. 491, was crowned with splendid success.

However, adds Gibbon, “every British name is effaced by the illustrious name of Arthur…, the elected king or general of the nation…. He defeated, in twelve successive battles, the Angles of the north [in Northumbria] and the Saxons of the west [in Wessex] …

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