3 types

August 18, 2015

We have added a couple/few more to our 3 biblical types discovery table: (see attached)

3 types 3

Note: I can’t be certain that one/some/all rows are not wrong, but they all/mostly seem pretty good.

It is amazing how the pattern is there throughout many times etc. I seem to mainly match Japheth column/type (its not nice struggling thorny, etc), though my name/gift seems to be the John column?

We do not mean that these are good and bad races. They are more like types, and they each have their own different good qualities/strengths.

It is really interesting how the 3 gospels have differences fitting the pattern. Eg:

Matthew to Hebrews has genealogy from Abraham to Jesus.

Luke to Greeks/gentiles has genealogy from Adam to Jesus.

Mark has none.

Matthew has 9 blesseds in sermon on mount.

Luke has 4 blesseds (and 4 woes).

Mark has none.

Mark has the last chapter endings issue.

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word games

July 17, 2015

word games

one mildly interesting word game sometimes is finding other words in a word using its letters rearranged.

example with word powder. Note known/verified/common names (capitalised) and abbreviations/acronyms (with dot &/or bracketed) and affixes and words/names in other languages/times are acceptible.

powder
– or (op.?) owe owed ore ode
– (re) rod rope roe (rep.) (rd.)
– woe Wode we wed wore word
– doe do dew (dr.) doer dope drop drew [Dow?]
– pod (per) (pro) (pre) (pow) prow prod (Poe) pore
– (Ed.)

 

(oops, had to remove order as only one r not two rs.)

(can you add any i not seen?)

This is also interesting re linguistics scholarship.

post any word and words of your own in comments if you like.

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there is a cool word association thread on nottstalgia forum.
(For bean i thought Mr.)

Answer to YEC attackers

July 11, 2015

This note is a quick amateur answer to certain old earth evolutionists who are recently still campaigning against YECs (young earth creationists).
(I thought evolution was on its way out and the new generation were shifting to new ideas but seems its still campaigning.)

This first few blocks is comments on:
http://www.csun.edu/~vcgeo005/GrandCanyon.pdf

Orthodox evolutionist “scientists” “combating anti-evolution” constantly falsely make it all look like the only creationist/yec view is One Flood catasrophe linear scheme. The orthodox avoid cyclical catastrophism alternatives that people like me and Velikovsky have put forward.
Orthodox creationists/yec are also at fault for the same thing. They make it all just One Flood. Evidence is that there were a number of big catastrophes in a relatively short world history. Ancient cultures had 4 or so world ages & catastrophes. Velikovsky’s book is full of catastrophism evidences. There is seeming evidence of about 3 or 4 pole shifts.

“In science, all data must be considered and not just those cherry-picked data that fit a preferred model.” What liars. The orthodox evolutionists themselves ignore all sorts of “out of place artefacts” and “forbidden archaeology”.
One must consider all possibilities, all evidences, all sources, all world, all history, etc.

Orthodox “dating” soley by physical methods is fallible. They were not there, they have no verification or proof. Their dates are all theory based on fallible dating methods/”clocks” and uniformitarian assertations that the rates were always the same rate/speed.
It is not true that atomic decay has always been same unformitarian rate throughout all world (&) history. I can’t remember any example evidences without finding my notes but one off top of head might be: Sekhemhet of the 3rd dynasty carbon dates 600 years older than his orthodox date which itself is 600 years older than his real date according to more reliable actual historical evidences/synchronisms.
Ironically orthodox claim different rates of incision/erosion (80m/my, 350m/my, 450m/my, 130m/my, 150m/my, 700m/my) yet they claim atomic rates all uniformitarian.
When it suits orthodox they assert their dates are right against opponents, and when it does/n’t suit them they turn around and don’t even stick to their own dates (eg they don’t say Sekhemhet is 600 years older than the Egyptology date).
The two/four “datings” of grand canyon (142ka-23ka, 124ka-38ka, 50-70mya, 5-6mya, 10) shows either two times of activity or two catastrophes, or else the two contradict each other? What about the time since then to the present (since they claim unformitarianism)?

We have **proven** that the Andes were pushed up suddenly in the life time of ancient human civilisations and they ignore it.
There is evidences/proof that dinosaurs and humans were contemporary, they ignore/deny it.
We know that there are mass extinction sites from Alaska to Mexico (and Bogota to …).
We know that there is evidence of higher rates of erosion/deposit in other places like the Nile river delta, etc.
We know there are torrential rain sites in valley of Mexico (Kolosimo), Cyprus (Sarmast), Sphinx (Schoch).
We know the Old Kingdom and Mohenjo-Daro climates were wetter/cooler.
And we know there are maps of the sea kings which show Ice free antarctica, ice covered N America, etc.
We know they casually drastically reduced the age of Antarctic ice cover age (refs incl Flem-Ath).

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This second is my suggestions from previous similar material from same people:

Many ancient cultures had tradition of 4 World Ages & catastrophes. The bible also has a number of catastrophes with the Flood being the one greatest one (noah flood, tower of babel, sodom & gomorrah, joseph global famine, exodus / atlantis [continental shift] / joshua sun stand still, hezekiah sun goes back 10 steps). So all geology doesn’t have to be explained by only One flood of Noah (&/or by one continental shift in the days of Peleg). Velikovsky’s books are full of such evidences; Cremo & Thompson’s ‘forbidden archaeology’ also has possible evidences.

In Genesis, after the flood it says “summer and winter” which may mean (axis shift during flood and) seasons are post flood?

humanoid tracks in Pennsylvanian era sandstone / sandy beach, Kentucky Hills (Dr Burroughs 1930s).
human footprint with trilobites in it Cambrian period, Antelope Springs near Utah (Will J Meister, 1968).
other human prints of same ancient type (OC Marsh, National Academy of Sciences NY, 1882).
human footprint of same ancient type (American journal of science Vol 3 # 26).

Evidences that the Andes were certainly pushed up higher suddenly in the life time of ancient human civilisation (Tiahuanaoc ~ Atlantis). Darwin and Velikovsky and Charles Berlitz and Ivar Lissner commented on some.
– “sea ports in the Andes”.
– human culture remains (nets, etc) in beaches / [cross bedding] up in Andes.
– Andes had a Pacific geo-climate/fauna/flora then
– megaliths/monoliths that can’t have been built/raised/moved in such rarifed air/atmosphere.
– Tiahuanaco had flood in archaeology and in tradition/myth.
– lake Titicaca’s “old water lines are slanted”.
[- “mega disaters Pumapunku”?] Blocks/buildings are scattered/fractured at Tiahuanaco.
– long night catasrophe ca 1400 bc (Inca kinglists).
– Atlantis “sinking”/catastrophe/[continental shift].
[- “Titicaca contains known sea life”?]
– mass extincition sites from Alaska to Mexico and from Bogota to …
[See our Atlantis Tiahuanaco paper.]

There are evidences from oral and other memories/records, and from geology that dinosaurs/”dragons” were contemporary with humans.
– “dragons”.
– human and dinosaur prints in same bed.
– Human bones found underneath dinosaur bones in America (ref peter Kolosimo ‘timeless earth’).
– dino flesh/etc that couldn’t have been preserved for millions of years.

Humans were seemingly vegetarian/herbivore before the flood according to genesis. That would mean meat eating Homo erectus and upper palaeolithic hunters were post-flood?

The meanings of the names of the 7 sons and grandsons of Japheth in Genesis 10 table of nations seem to match human prehistory of Europe (Gomer ~ homo (erectus); Ashkenaz ~ fire [vertesszolloes/peking and/or after] / blond; Riphath ~ stone/adze & interglacial; Togarmah ~ neanderthal; Magog ~ Cro-Magnons of maximum of last great ice age; Javan ~ ceramic?; Tarshish-Kittim ~ megalithic/Atlantis; etc)? [I have a separate paper giving the meanings of the names.]

Moon dust was only inch/es thick? (unless lunar landing a hoax as some suggest?)

Sumerian & Indus sites had “Combe-Capelids”. Mohenjo-daro climate was cooler wetter. Cambridge Anc Hist says evidences that old kingdom was cooler/wetter.

There are drawings from Minoan palace/s and Old Kingdom Egyptian pictures that possibly show “prehistoric” animals?

J Campbell’s ‘Masks of God’ book gives evidence that some human hit the australopithcene on the head with a instrument/tool.

Zehren says that Azilian pebbles symbols (Mesolithic) are like ones fund in lowest levels at Beersheba. In Bible Beersheba is first mentioned/founded in Abraham’s time. Presumably Azilian is close to Abe’s time?

Stonehenge/Wessex was contemporary with Mycenaean and other east Mediterranean cultures.
Mycenaean artefacts/beads and Egyptian faience beads found at/near Henge/Wessex site.

“[S]ickle blades and corn-grinding stones appear in late paleolithic tool-kits.”

Neanderthals post-cranial skeletons are fully modern. The caricature was due to one old man with arthritis/rickets. Their brains were equal or larger than modern man’s.
A little while ago there was a media piece in which some scholars reckoned Neanderthal Mousterian tools were in someways superior to Upper Palaeolithic ones.
Some think the Neanderthals skulls maybe from extreme longevity?

Homo Erectus “post-cranial skeleton essentially indistinguishable from modern man”. A while ago now scientists announced that homo erectus as separate species going to be scraped and consider them as (group with) homo sapiens

“Iron hammer in Cretaceous rock” (‘London artefact’)?

Moab Man from Cretaceous period?

dorchester pot ~ ediacaran period?

“Many of the fossil leaves found in rocks of Cretaceous age are indistinguishable from those of some present-day flowering plants.”
Present day type insects and modern corals in Triassic.

[Upper Palaeolithic had tools made of Silurian material?]

Crystaline object “perhaps ceremonial” found 1/2 mile down near Azores, argon date 13 mya.

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“The Origin of the Species [Evolution] is at the root of man’s present attitude to himself and the universe: no one book since the Summa of Thomas Aquinas has made a comparable impact.” (- JW Burrow/Penguin/Pelican classics.) [Cp Evola.]

“archaeology is not a science its a vendetta”.

“20 O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called:
21 Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.” [- 1 Timothy 6:20-21, AV/KJV.]
&/or “20 And oh, my dear Timothy, guard the treasure you were given! Guard it with your life. Avoid the talk-show religion and the practiced confusion of the so-called experts.
21 People caught up in a lot of talk can miss the whole point of faith. Overwhelming grace keep you!” [- Message]

“and … the West no longer believes in the nobility of the origins but in the notion that civilisation arises out of barbarism, religion from superstition, man from animal (Darwin), thought from matter, and every spiritual form from the ‘sublimation’ or transposition of the stuff that originates the instinct, libido, complexes….(Freud. Jung)…” – Julius Evola.

“The true and essential origin of man is to be found elsewhere, in superior races who, already in prehistoric ages, possessed a civilisation of limited material development but of notable extremely elevated spiritual content, so much so as to be symbolically designated remembrances of all peoples, as ‘divine races’, as races of ‘god-like men.”
(- Julius Evola, revolt against the modern world).

“The 20th century view of history has to make its way over the ruins of the linear scheme which insisted on seeing history as a progression from an ancient through a “medieval” to a “modern,” I say ruins, for the scheme collapsed some decades ago, but they are heavily defended ruins….” – Ulick Varange/FP Yockey (based on Spenglar).

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I investigate historical and other mysteries. My rought blogs/sites are
2rbetterthan1.wordpress.com
senatorspark.wordpress.com
historum.com/blogs/rob+banks/
headnheart.blogspot.com (old)

Japheth ~ Thoth?

June 6, 2015

Made a great possible discovery. Its looks fairly probable that Japheth/Diphath (“intellect(ual)”) may be Djehewty/Thoth in Egyptian.
To publish this we have started a new blog called/on seventy nations (seventynations.wordpress.com). We have only just started two pages there on Egypt and Israel. (It was (one of) the only free website host(s) i could find that allow more than a few free pages & not too long/slow to use.) (Sorry the started pages are not very good/detailed so far (and even just what done took 1-2 days. I have other things i need & want to do (excercise, studies, etc) so will have to see if/when can do/add more.))
Sean (B.)

Arthurians & Egyptologists

April 29, 2015

Finally, after having troubles with scathing orthodox Arthurians/academics refusing/rejecting/defamed us and our 12 battles discovery/thesis/paper for the last few years (& falsely making us out to be All-wrong and themselves to be all right), and being unfairly/unkindly banned last year from Arthurnet and very recently from Historum, we have now rewritten a much better 12 battles paper which can’t bo so readily denied, though there is still a few things not yet proven.

Our new Wonders of Britain paper (excepting 11 Wonders chapters which we haven’t yet finished re/writing) is at
http://www.allempires.com/forum/ebook_view.asp?ForumID=14

Our new 12 battle sites of “Arthur”/”Nennius” paper (excepting 2 battlesites chapters on Tribtuit/Lemanis and Agned/Bregion/Pevensey which we haven’t yet re/written) is at
http://www.allempires.com/forum/ebook_view.asp?ForumID=14
(All the chapters there are now new/rewritten excepting for the one ‘introduction’ chapter there which we haven’t yet finished re/writing. Though i had to leave alot out of the rewritten chapters.)

Maybe one day we will also be able to re/write our other Egyptological/Biblical discoveries better, that the Egyptologists similarily also refused/rejected/denied/defamed to accept. (Joseph in 3rd-4th dyn; Egyptian(-Biblical) chronology solved; etc.) The above Arthurian is an example that we were not so wrong as they think/say.

Sean (Bam.)/”Rob Banks”
http://2rbetterthan1.wordpress.com
https://senatorspark.wordpress.com
http://historum.com/blogs/rob+banks/

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A tie is a fake beard.

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possible 3 peoples/”races” discovery table (4 columns, 7 rows)
Havila/Pison, Cush/Gion, Ashur/Tigris, (Euphrates)
[Seth, Cain, Abel, (Adam)]
Shem, Ham, Japheth, (Noah)
Lion, Leopard, Bear, (Beast/Dragon)
Judea, Samaria, Galilee, (Israel/Idumea?)
Hebrew, Latin, Greek, (Inri/Aramaic)
Matthew, Mark/Pete/Rom, Luke/Paul/Grk, (John)

(Jesus dies for people of all world and all ages: all 4 quarters. all 3 races.)

“Nennius'” Wonders of Britain

July 22, 2014

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This is a rewriting of our Wonders of Britain paper/thesis. For now we are just rewriting the 32 wonders sections so there is no introduction here for now. In brief after we had found that the 12 Battles of “(King) Arthur” (of “Nennius”) match the Saxon Shore forts from Yarmouth to Portchester/Southampton, we later found that the Wonders of Britain (also of “Nennius”) also match the same 9 sites. A certain number of these are definite or fairly certain, though a few are uncertain.

# 1. Loch Lumonoy.

“The first wonder (of the island of Britain) is (the) loch/lake/pool/stagnum Lumonoy/Lomonoy /Lemnon/Leinnon /Lomond/Lumond [llumon “beacon”, or llyfnwy/llyfn(i)/llynvy/llyn(-wy)/limnc “smooth (water)/lake (water)”?];/. In it/there are 60 islands(, and men dwell/live there,) and 60 rocks/cliffs in/encircle it, (andthereis/with an eagle’s nest on each rock/cliff. There are) also/and 60 rivers/streams flow(ing) into it/thatplace(,) and (nothing goes) out of it/there (to the sea except) one river/stream, that/which is (called) (the) Leamain/Leamam/Lemn/Lenm/Lenin/Levin/Leun.” (“Nennius”.)

“This affair being concluded, Hoel had the curiosity to view the situation of the lake, and wondered to find the number of the rivers, islands, rocks, and eagles’ nests, so exactly correspond: and while he was reflecting upon it as something that appeared miraculous….” (Geoff. of Mon.)

“Of the great lake Lummonu/llyn Llumonwy, which is called in English Loch Leven/Lochleuen, in the region of the Picts/Pictorum.”

The main candidate location theories/candidates for Lumonoy are: Letimain lake/loch Lomond/Lumond / ben Lomond / Lennox/river Levin/Leven (Clyde/Alclyde/Dunbarton, Scotland, Evans, Damo); Lemanis/Lympne/Romney ([Tribruit], Kent/East Sussex, me/Sean); Lymeregis/Lyme bay; Lymington; Poole; the Needles; Othona/Linnuis [Limnean?]; Limerick/luimneach/loch Luimnigh (Eire); Luimnech 575; Limnean 893.

Lumonoy can’t be loch Lomond in Scotland because Lumonoy is in the Britain wonders (1-14) not the Scotland ones (15-20); also because they say the number of islands/rocks/etc doesn’t match.

Six matches of Loch Lumonoy with Romney/Lemanis/Lympne/Tribruit: (i) name Lomonoy, (ii) lake, (iii) number, (iv) Britain/English, (v) beacon, (vi) river (Levin), () “region of the Picts”, () other matches.

(i) name Lomonoy match:
The name/s Lumonoy &/or Levin match/es name/s Lemanis/Lympne/Romney (Limen/Liminea 697). (One of the etymological spellings/derivations of Lemanis/Lympne given in one source happens to be exact same spelling as one of the spellings of Levin or Lumonoy.)
Lomonoy of “Nennius” may be Luimnech 575, &/or Limnean 893 which may be either Lympne/Romney or Othona/London/Linnuis?

(ii) loch/lake match:
The loch seemingly matches with that the whole Lemanis/Romney area was once a large sea-indentation and is now a marsh?

(iii) number/order match:
1st wonder may match 10th battle site of Arthur (of “Nennius”/HB)? The first 4 wonders seem to go from Lemanis/Tribruit to Badon/Portchester/Southampton?

(iv) Britain/English match:
This lake/wonder is said to be in Britain [not Scotland]. Lympne/Romney is in Britain.

(v) beacon match:
The possible “beacon” meaning of Lomonoy may connect with Lemanis area?

(vi) river (Levin) match:
River Levin matches river Lemanis.

(vii) “region of the Picts”:
The ASC entry mentions southern Picts at Hwiterne [which may be Dover/Guinnion or Bitterne?].
Tribruit/Tryvrwyd [Lemanis] is connected with Manaw which some connect with Manau of Scotland (Picts), but we showed in our 12 battles paper that it seemingly may be connected with the Lemanis area.

(viii) other matches:
Romney/Lemanis/Lympne drains south like Lomond in Scotland does.
Lomond is after “3 several battles” in Geoff. of Mon., while Lemanis/Lympne matches Tribruit of “Nennius” which some say means three and/or battle.
By strange coincidence Marx was in Eastbourne (re river Lenin)?

# 5. Duo Rig Habren / two Severn kings.

“Another wonder is the DuoRigHabren/DauRhiHafren/DuongHabren, that is the two kings of the Severn. When the sea (is)flooded/floods at/to TheTeared[thebore]/hightide within/into/at the estuary/mouth (of the) Severn/Sabrain,/. two heaps/bubbles/masses/waves of froth/foam/spume/surf arebuiltup/arecollected/convene separately/oneitherhand (,) and make war against/between eachother/themselves like/inthemannerof (sea-)rams(,/;) and each/one proceeds/goes(forward) to/against the other(,) and they collide/crash {at/into eachother/oneanother / together} (in turn)(,) and again withdraw/secede/separates/moveback ((one) from theother/eachother/another)(,) and again (they) goforward/proceed/advance(,) on/at every/each (in a) swell/Teared[bore]/tide. This they (have) do(ne) from the beginning/initiation of the world (all the way) until/to the presentday/today.” (“Nennius”.)

The main location theories/candidates for DuoRigHabren are: Hamble river (where Bede says the tides of Britain meet, between Portsmouth & Itchen (Badon)); straits of Dover (Guinnion); Ramsgate (though it is supposed to be from raven/s not ram/s); Regulbium/Reculver (Bassas); Duotriges/Durotriges (Dorset); Rhegin/Regnum/Regni; [Test & Arun?]; Severn & Thames; Sarum/Salisbury Avon; Severn; “7 mouths of the Severn”.

I may be wrong about this. I thought that the only best match seems to be Dover straits, but there may be a problem with “the mouth”, and Bede’s Hamble seemingly might match instead?

Five matches of DuoRigHabren with Dubris/Dover/Guinnion: (i) name, (ii) 2 waves collide/2 kings war, (iii) Severn/sea, (iv) from the beginning, (v) number/order.

(i) name match: ‘DuoRig(Habren)’ seems similar to Dubris?

(ii) 2 kings match: 2 crashing kings/sea-rams/waves seems to well match the straits of Dover where 2 seas meet from each side?

(iii) Severn match?:
Severn seems to have been more waters around Britain than just the modern Severn, eg “7 mouths of the Severn”.

(iv) from the beginning match:
“from beginning of world” matches that the Straits of Dover/English Channel/North Sea dates back to prehistoric times/stone age? It also may match Britons vs Saxons battle of Guinnion/Dover, &/or Britain vs Gaul/Europe?

(v) number/order match: 5th Wonder matches 5th battle site of Arthur (of “Nennius”/HB). (And is before 6th Wonder matching 6th battle site.)

Matches of DuoRigHabren with Hamble: (i) name, (ii) 2 waves collide/2 kings war, (iii) Severn/sea, (iv) from the beginning, (v) order.

(i) name match: Habren may match Hamble?

(ii) 2 waves collide: 2 waves collide match “where the tides of Britain meet” of Bede. Also, 2 kings war may match Britons vs Saxons at Badon/Portchester/Bitterne?

(iii) Severn match: Badon was near Severn, and we showed in our 12 battles paper that Badon is Portchester/Adurni &/or Bitterne/Clausentum. The Severn may connect with Sarum/the Salisbury Avon?

(iv) “from the beginning” match: “from the beginning” may possibly connect with [Bardus or] Bladud/Baldud who built Badon/”Bath”? The Stonehenge not terribly far away from Southampton & Portchester?

(v) order match: the preceeding wonder(s) was/were also in the Southampton/Portchester area.

# 10. the Levitating/floating Altar / Guyr.

“There is another wonder in Gu(h)yr/Gower :/- an/the altar(,) which (is) in (the place(, which is) called) Lorigaruch/Loyngarth/Loingraib/Llygraib/llwynarth/Lingarthica [“grove of the bear” or llymarch “an oyster”] ,/. it/which is heldup/supported(intheair) { by the will of god / , although the height of a man above the earth} . It seems better to me to narrate/tell the (hi)story of that/this altar than to stay/keep silent. Forithappenedthat/Butthefactis,while Saint Iltut(us)/Illtud was worshiping/praying in a/the cave/spelunca, which is near/nextto the sea, which washes/laps against the land/ground of/at the (afore)said place, ((for) the mouth of the cave(, also,) is on/to the sea), and(,) beheld/behold, a ship/boat was approaching/sailing towards him ( from the sea,) and two men (were)sailing her/it(,) and the corpse/body of a holy man was with them in the boat(,) and an/the altar (was/suspendedinair) above/over (the) face (of) it/his(,) which was supported/heldup by the will of god(.) and the man of god [Iltut] hasadvancedintheirway/wentforwardtomeetthem, and the corpse/body of the holy man(,) and the altar stayed/remained inseparably above/over/before the face of the holy/saint’s body.
And they have said to saint Iltut(us): “that/this man of god (has) entrusted tous/usto (, in orderthatwemight) bring/draw him/thatperson to you and (we might) bury him with you, and (the) name (of) him/his you may/shall not reveal to any person/man, (so) that men may/should not swear by him.” (And they buried him, and after his burial ) Th(os)e two men wentback/returned to the ship/boat and (they have) sailed (away). But that/this saint Iltut(us) (has) founded/ established a church around/near/over the corpse/body of the holy man and around/near the altar(,) and it continues all the time to this present day the altar is supported/heldup by the will of god. A certain minor/pettyking/Regulus hascome/came to/,inorderthathemight test (it), carrying a twig/stick/rod in his hand(s); he hasformedacurve/movedit around the altar and (he has) held the twig/stick in/by both hands by/from both/either sides/end(,) and (he has) drawn/pulled it to(wards) him(self) in such a way the truth of that thing/matter he has proved/tested(,) and he/thatperson afterwards during the month uninjured/untouched died. Another (man)/(in truth [?for the truth]) under the altar (has) looked and the sight of the/his eyes (he has) lost(,) and before the/awhole month (had passed)/(uninjured/untouched) his life (he has) ended.” (“Nennius”.)

The main location theories/candidates for the Levitating Altar are:
the Reculver Cross & stone base/altar & monastery-church built around it; the “vicarage holy trinity church” & “altar chamber” & Margate/Chislehurst caves (near Reculver); church of the holy cross (near Reculver/Margate); St Leonards / Church in the Wood at Hollington; St Leonard’s Forest [& trail to Handcross?] (nearer Anderida &/or Lemanis); “the Parish church of St Leonard in Hythe, Kent, with its famous ossuary in the ambulatory situated beneath its chancel”; Glastonbury cross; St Leonards church at Deal; cross at Llantwit; Richborough/Rutupi “arch” (“Vortimer’s cenotaph”); St Leonard’s Church at St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex; Stow/Wedale; {“Bob’s Cave” on Mumbles Head; A chapel/rock-arch which may have once stood/been on/by Knab Rock or nearby; Ystum-llwynarth/Llwyngarth/Llygraib (Oystermouth, Gower)}; … (Wales, A. Hassell); Avalon.

Five or six matches of the Levitating Altar with Reculver/Bassas: (i) levitating (&) altar/cross, (ii) Loyngarth, (iii) oyster, (iv) Iltud, (v) cave, (vi) body match?, (vii) church, (viii) regulus.

(i) levitating (&) altar [&/or cross] match:
The levitating altar matches the Reculver Cross and stone base/altar.
Our correspondence of the levitating altar with the Reculver cross is maybe confirmed by the cross being connected with Iltud at Llantwit in Wales (inscribed “Samson placed his cross here for his soul, the soul of Iltud…”)?
(The Christian cross is also an altar of sorts too. There is a type of cross called the Calvary Cross with a 3-steps base. If the mysterious body is connected with King Arthur as we tentatively suggest, then KA is also connected with the cross which he carried at Guinnion &/or Badon.)
[Or, the altar could match the “altar chamber” at Margate?]

(ii) name Loyngarth match:
Loyngarth/Llwynarth “grove of the bear” ~ (St Leonard’s forest) ~ St Leonards Church at Deal.

(iii) oyster match:
The usual/orthodox Welsh/West idenification site is at Oystermouth which might correspond with oysters from Reculver and Rutupiae?

(iv) Iltud match?:
“Iltud ordained by Dubricius” / “Dyfrig was the confessor of Iltud”. “Dubricius (bishop) of Legions” ~ Dubris/Dover & Legions/Rutupi/Richborough?
(Another source says Iltud ordained by Germanus…?)

(v) cave match:
The cave may match one of the caves of Birchington? Or it could match Margate caves/Chislehurst caves?
[Our research suggests that Tintagel may have been in Thanet area. At Tintagel in Cornwall is a cave which may correspond with a cave in Thanet area?]

(vi) body match?:
The dead man brought in the boat by 2 men might connect with “(King) Arthur” taken to Avalon by 3 women [or in this case rather/instead by Bedivere & Kay]? Alan Hassell also thinks the dead man was Arthur.
‘a hall on the island of Afallach’/Avalon/Avaron “in the North Sea” (Triads/Hergest / Boron / Irish) ~ ‘hall of Wrnach/Awarnach’ / ‘Afarnach’s hall’ (PG) ~ Bassas (“Nennius”/HB) ~ Regulbium/baetasiorum (ND) ~ Reculver (Cross)/’Bassa the priest’ (SS/archaeology / ASC) ~ Levitating Altar (“Nennius”/Wonders).

(vii) church match:
The church built over/around levitating altar matches the monastery-church built around the Reculver Cross. (Or else it could match the “vicarage holy trinity church” at Margate? Or the church of the holy cross near these sites?)

(viii) regulus match?:
This wonder mentions “a certain regulus (petty king)” which could possibly connect with Regulbium?
[Wonder # 14 Cruc Mawr at Rutupi/Richborough is connected with Brychan who is called a regulus in Saints Lives. (Brychan might possibly even connect with Birchington?)]

# 13. Amr’s tomb / Ercing.

“There is another miracle/wonder in the region/land/[area] whichiscalled/of Erving/Ercing/Argingi (Archenfield/Ergyng in Hereforshire). A/the sepulcra/tomb is/was (shown/locatedthere) beside/near/nextto a spring/fountain (which is) called/giventhename {Licat/Llygad Amr/Anir / Amr’s eye(-spring)},/; and the name of the hero/man {who is buried in the tomb / who’s grave is in the tumulus} , (it follows,) was called (thus:) Amr. He was the son of Arthur the soldier, and Arthur/he (himself) (has) killed/slew him/whom in/at that (very) place/spot and donetheburying/buriedhim. And men come to measure the tumulus/grave (inlength):/andfind sometimes it (is) 6/7 feet (in length),/; anothertime/sometimes 9/10,/; anothertime/sometimes 12,/; andanothertime/sometimes 15 (feet in length). For/at whatever (the) measurement/length you will/might measure it insuchasuccession/at1time, again/a2ndtime you will not find it tohave/with the same measurement/length ;/– and (even) I have {put this to the test / made confirmation on} my own/self.” (“Nennius”.)

The main location theories/candidates for Amr’s tomb are: Wormelow Tump near Gamber Head spring / river Gamber (Ercing/Erchyng/Archenfield/Llanwarne/Herefords, Evans); long barrow on nearby Garway Hill; Irchenfield Forest (Herefordshire); Countless Stones (Kent, me/Sean); Vortimer’s cenotaph (“Richborough”); Merlin’s grave; Stonehenge; Llygatrudd Emys (Damo); cadAchren (Goddeu).

Four or five matches of Amr’s tomb with Countless Stones (Celidon): (i) never same measurment, (ii) tomb, (iii) Ercing, (iv) Amr?, (v) order.

(i) never same measurement match: this wonder always having differnt measurments certainly matches Countless stones name & nature. “They are known as “The Countless Stones”, as it is said that whenever you count the stones, you come up with a different number of stones each time.”

(ii) tomb match: the tomb/tumulus matches Countless Stones.

(iii) Ercing match: Ercing may possibly connect with cad Achren which name is associated with the ‘battle of Goddeu/trees’ which some people think is connected with cat coit Celidon (which is Kit’s Koty & Weald as we showed in our 12 battles paper).

(iv) possible Amr match?:
Amr might possibly connect with either Merlin/Ambrosius/Emrys or Vortimer.
Vortimer is son of Vortigern who was in Kent area? Vortimer’s 4 battles may have been in Kent? Some think Vortimer’s cenotaph was at Richborough not too far away?
Merlin/Ambrosius/Emrys seems to be connected with Kent area. Merlin is connected with Kentigern/Mungo (~Kent &/or Catigern/Kits Coty?), Celidon (Weald), Arthuret ([Andrede’s] Weald, or Anderida, or Arderit/Tribruit/Lemanis), Vortigern (Chislehurst), Emrys (~ Amr’s Tomb/Countless Stones), etc.
“Salisbury”/”Stonehenge” ~ Medway megaliths/Aylesford (one source says Kit’s Koty was almost as big/famous/great as Stonehenge).

(v) order/number match: the preceeding wonder Cabal’s cairn is in the same Medway megaliths area. The next wonder Cruc mawr definitely matches Rutupi/Legions not all that far away.
[Thirteenth Wonder Amr’s tomb ~ 3rd Saxon Shore site Aylesford ~ 4th “Nennius”/HB battle site Celidon?]

# 14. Cruc Mawr tomb / Cereticiaun.

“There is another wonder in the region which is called Cereticiaun/Ceredigion / Cereciaunum/Ceretiaun/Ceretun/Ceretun/Ceretim/Ceretum. There is there a mountain, which is given the name Cruc Maur/Cruc Marc [“the great hill/the big hillock/heap/tumulus”], and there is a grave on the summit of it, and every man whosoever that will come to the grave and stretch himself out next to it, however short they will be, the grave and the man have been found within one length, and, if it will be that the man is short and small, similarly also it is found the length of the grave is like the height of the man, and, if he will be long and tall, even if he might be of length four cubits1 near the height of every man so the tumulus is discovered. And every wanderer who’s up to weariness, the man will bow three bows near that, he will not be beyond himself upto his day of death, and he will not be weighted down again by any weariness, even if he will go alone to the boundaries of the cosmos.” (“Nennius”.)

The main location theories/candidates for Cruc Mawr are:
the large crucifrom platform at Rutupiae/Richborough (city of the Legion); the Cross/crucifix; [porth] Crugmore farm / Banc-y-Warren hill (near Aberteifi/Cardigan, Wales, A. Evans); Brychan’s/Brachan’s sepulchre (Kamlesh G.); larger-stone (Suffolk); Craigmore (Antrim/Londonderry/Maghera); Crugmeer farm (north Cornwall); Cregcanford; mound at Govan cross; Penn Cruc/Pennocrucium (Antonine itinerary).

Matches of Cruc Mawr with the cruciform platform at Rutupi/Richborough/Legions, and the Cross: (i) cruc (&) mawr, (ii) hill/barrow/mountain/hillock/heap/tumulus, (iii) Cereticiaun, (iv) grave/barrow/tumulus?, (v) fits all, (vi) weariness, (vii) order.

(i) cruc (&) mawr match:
Cruc Mawr can mean “big/great cross/crux/crucifix” which certainly matches the “large/massive cruciform platform” “quadrifrons” at Rutupi/Richborough.

(ii) Cereticiaun match:
Cereticiaun might connect with either Cerdic (who was between Portchester & Yarmouth), or Caractacus/Caradoc (who was adversary of Claudius).

(iii) hillock/mountian/heap match: The hillock/mountain/heap matches the large platform at Rutupi.
(Plus, the crucifiction was on or at the top of a hill (Golgotha/Calvary/SkullHill).)

(iv) grave ((&) at summit) match: The grave at the summit may match the Cross or crucifiction site (Calvary/Golgotha) were Jesus died (and where Christians “die”). (The cross/crux shape of the Rutupi/Richborough platform is seen from above.) (The garden tomb is below skull hill which is thought to be the true crucifiction site.)
The large cruciform platform at Rutupi (thought to date to the 1st century ad) is thought to have possibly been an Arch base. It may possibly be the grave/tomb/cenotaph of either Labienus/Laberius, St Julius/Aaron/Alban, Vortimer, Gawain (who died at Rutupi/Dover), Arthur, or Brychan? Though it may just be an arch to the conquest of Britain of Claudius?

(v) fits everyman match:
Cruc Mawr fitting everyman matches the Christian Cross eg “Jesus the perfect gift that fits every heart”.

(vi) weariness match:
The weariness bits fit with the Christian Cross (which was corresponded with the cruciform platform at Rutupi).

(vii) order match:
This Wonder matches Rutupi/Richborough/city of the Legion. The preceeding Wonders Amr’s tomb & Cabal’s cairn are connected with the Medway megaliths (Celidon) not all that far away. The next Wonder Brebic’s stone cataract may possibly be at either Reculver/Bassas or Dover/Guinnion, both near/neighbouring Rutupi/Legions on either side?

(viii) possible island match? :
the Crugmore in Wales is at/near Aberteifi/Cardigan which was an island like Rutupi was?

(ix) possible Mannia &/or valley match/es:
According to some sources Cruc Mawr or Cruc Marc seems to be connected with Brychan’s sepulchre which is in/near Mannia/Mynav. In our ’12 Battles’ and ‘Wonders’ papers we show connections of “Man/Mon/Mona/Menevia/Manaw” with some Saxon Shore sites. There is Minnis bay near Reculver (& Richborough). “Nennius” may have corresponded Man/Mona with Thanet?
The ‘Vallis Brachan’ / “Valley of Brychan” might connect with the Wantsum-Stour.
Brychan could possibly connect with Birchington?

(x) other matches:
Our identification is confirmed in that the Irish “Nennius”/Wonders omit a number of Wonders that we identify with Rutupi/Richborough/Legions.

# 21/1. the Sealess Shore [in “Manann/Mona/Anglesey”].

“The first wonder is a/the shore/strand without a/the sea”.

The main location theories/candidates for the Sealess Shore are:
the white cliffs of Dover (Guinnion); the cliffs of Birchington/Minnis Bay (Reculver/Bassas); Palm Bay (near Sarre); Cliffsend (Thanet district); cliffs of Beachy Head, &/or ‘Seven Sisters’; Pevensey levels (Anderida/Mons Agned); Highbeach (Essex); Sheerness; Brading (Isle of Wight, huge white cliff); cliff at Burgh Castle (Gariannonum/Glein); Red Wharf Bay (raised beach, Anglesey); Ynys Llanddwyn (raised beach, Anglesey); raised beaches Isle of Man; Jura (raised beaches); Jurassic coast (Dorset); Sandwich (“the sand is not that of the seashore but of the local soil”); Bognor (“not the shore but the hills”); the Saxon Shore; Cliftonville (Kent); Goodwin Sands.

Three matches of the Sealess Shore with Reculver/Bassas (or Dover/Guinnon): (i) sealess shore, (ii) order, (iii) “Anglesey”.

(i) sealess shore match:
The Sealess shore seemingly may best fit/match the cliffs of Birchington/Minnis Bay, or the cliffs of Dover?

(ii) order match:
This Wonder matches Reculver/Bassas or Dover/Guinnion. The next Wonder the Circling Rock seems to match Richborough/Legions in same Kent/Thanet area? (The preceeding wonder Glen Ailbe may possibly match Reculver/Bassas?)

(iii) “Anglesey” match:
In our ’12 Battles’ & ‘Wonders’ papers we have shown that “Man/Mon/Mona/Menevia/Manaw / Mannia/Mynav” are connected with some of our Saxon Shore sites. Manann/Mona may match Minnis Bay. “Nennius” may have corresponded Man/Mona and Thanet? (Or the cliffs of Dover/Reculver could correspond to raised beaches of Anglesey?)

# [28]/18/[2]. The Pictish/sculpted Palace.

“The Pictish palace of Arthur the soldier, where his 12 battles against the Saxons are sculpted.” (Liber Floridus.)

The main location theories/candidates for the Pictish Palace are: the Dover Painted House; St Martin-le-Grand (Dover) [St Martin/Hwiterne (ASC)?]; Fishbourne palace (4-square); Battle Abbey; the round house built with polished stones (politis lapidibus) by Emperor Carausius on the bank of the River Carron, &/or the ‘Oven of Arthur’ / round Roman temple made of polished stones near the River Carron (known as early as 1293); Carpow Pictish fort (Ardrey?); Rendlesham.

Four matches of the Pictish Palace with either the Painted house or St Martin-le-Grand of Dover/Guinnion: () Pictish, () palace, () 12 battles sculpted, () number.

(i) Pictish match:
The ASC … entry mentions southern Picts at Hwiterne (St Martin) [which may be either Dover (St Martin le Grand) or Bitterne?].
The Weald was called Caledonian forest.
Pict/s slew Constantine [who was in south/east].
(The first wonder Loch Lomond was also supposedly “in region of Picts”.)
Or, Pictish could be for “Painted” (and/or Britons/Cruithne/Picts were blue painted people)?

(ii) palace match:
the (Pictish) Palace matches with the “mansio / (Painted) house / brothel” (of Dover)?

(iii) 12 battles sculpted match:
the “where his 12 battles … are sculpted” seemingly may match the sculptures/paintings of the Painted house at Dover. The Dover Painted House paintings have a 3d effect like sculptures are 3d. (Or if St Martin le Grand then that church had 3 wings (C|-) [~ 9 sides/walls? maybe matching 9 battles sites of “Nennius”?]. Leon Mintz showed that Arthur/Merlin is connected with war god Ares/Mars & St Martin.)

(iv) number match: 18th/28th wonder could match 8th battle site of Arthur (of “Nennius”)?

(v) other matches:
The medieval skeleton of Dover Painted House might possibly be either Lambert of St Omer, Nennius, Gawain (died at Dover or Rutupi, tho P.H. skeleton is probably too late to be him), Arthur (tho P.H. skeleton is probably too late to be him)?
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12 Battles of “King Arthur” found

July 15, 2014

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Notice: our new 12 battles paper is now at http://www.allempires.com/forum/ebook_view.asp?ForumID=14
scroll down to the “12 battles” ebook there. (Though we have yet to reupdate a few chapters after the dispute at historum.) [Since we hadn’t yet finished rewriting battle sites 7 and 8 into the new paper/ebook there we have left those 2 here until we redo them.]

Also see the map at our other blog 2rbetterthan1.wordpress.com

Our discovery was that the 9 battle sites of “Arthur” in “Nenniu’s” “Historia Britonum” match 8 of the 9 Saxon shore forts from Yarmouth to Portsmouth/Southampton plus Kit’s Coty/Weald.

Quick reference table:
battle sites — SS forts:
1 Glein — Gariannonum/Yarmouth
2 Dubglas “black water” — Othona/Bradwell/Blackwater/Maldon
3 Bassas — Reculver
4 Celdion wood — Kit’s Coty/Weald
5 Guinnion “white” — Dover
6 city of the Legion — Richborough (legio 2 Augusta)
7 Tribruit — Lemanis/Lympne/Romney
8 Agned/(Cat-)Bregion — Anderida/Andred/Pevensey
9 Badon — Adurni/Portchester &amp;/or Bitterne/Southampton

# 7/10. Tribruit:

“The 10th (battle) was (waged) on the bank(s)/shore of a/the river whichiscalled/Trat Treuroit/Tribruit/Tribuith/Ribroit/Arderit.” (Composite of various English/etc versions of ‘HB’.)

The main proposed locations for Tribruit include: Firth of Forth; Catterick (Hunt); Chichester (Collingwood); Teviot (Ardrey); Broken Hook (Hunt); Ribchester (Malcor); Brue (Somersets); Ribble (Lancs); Trajectus/Avon (Hunt); Torridge/Bideford/Appledore (Devon, Kam/Hunt); Tory Brook (Mintz); [Trent (Wamsley)?]; Avon/Bo’ness; ; Cair Trigguid (me/Sean); Lemanis/Romney/Rother (me/Sean); Tribuet/Trebuchet (smith reforge sword Perceval, lived near castle Cothoatre that stood above river).

10 matches of Tribruit with Lemanis: (i) meaning(s)/name, (ii) river, (iii) shore/banks, (iv) number/order, (v) battle, (vi) Arthur, (vii) hill, (viii) ribs/timbers, (ix) Manawyd, (x) other*.

(i) meaning(s)/name match:
The considered meaning of (trat) Tribruit given by various scholars/sources is:
Trat/Traeth (“road/shore/bank(s)”, or “river + wider geographical context like a bay” / “not properly a river but an inlet of the sea, a tract of marsh, or other shallow and sandy place usually covered with water… such as… a quagmire”, or “tidal estuary”); and,
tri (“three”, or “crossing”); plus,
brit/brute/briw (“rushing [as a river]”), [or bruit (“brook”)?], or brwydr ( “(piercing/pierced (through)/(through-)pierced,) battle ” / “broken through” / “(strand of the pierced or) broken (place)” / [“beach”], “((the) pierced or) broken (through) shore” ), or brisare (“press out”)?; or,
Tribruit (“a place where three rivers empty into an estuary”, or “a strand or stretch of beach beside the sea at a place where three rivers come together”); or,
Traethtrevrhwydd (“the firth, or marshy channel, of the open or unenclosed habitation”).

This matches with Lemanis/Stutfall: “Stutfall Castle seems to have occupied a broad point of land forming the north shore of a strait separated by a wide tract of marsh and sandbank from the mainland. This sea channel gradually disappeared to become part of Romney Marsh but excavation has demonstrated that the shoreline was originally 1.8 meters below the present level of the marsh. The siting of the fort and its Classis Britannica predecessor, with the command of this narrow estuary, made good strategic sense enabling it to control all shipping entering the harbour….” (Ref pastscape.org.uk .)

And/or it matches with the general area of:
Rye harbour/bay,
Denge marsh,
Romney marsh (from aet_thaere_ruman_e “broad river”),
Sandtun (tidal inlet),
Rother river/banks (tidal estuary),
Tidebrook,
Brede (tidal channel),
Lympne haven / Lemanis (intertidal areas) / Lymne (banks),
[Ripp (Wood),
Dungeness headland,] &/or
Rhee wall (late 3 stages).
“Great bay formed by the ports of Romney, Hithe & Folkstone.”

Also compare “… Rother/Limen to Llif Menai (fast flowing or striking flood, seemingly in reference to the strong estuary tides).”
[Its perhaps possible that Wippedesfleot “Wipped’s tidal estuary” might also connect with Lemanis/Tribruit?]
Regarding the “pierced/broken” meaning of Tribruit, the Romney/Lympne area seems to have had alot of water cracks & indentations (in my maps)?

For the “[…3…]”  meaning of Tribruit, this could match that historical maps show hereabouts 3 rivers (Brede being one), and/or 3 pronged inlet of sea in Roman times?  [Or possibly compare 3 stages Rhee wall?]

Another suggested derivation/meaning of Tribruit is from brwyd “blood stained, nightmare”, “bespattered (with blood)” or “variegated/decorated”, or “many coloured strand”/”(very) speckled (shore)”. This could match Senlac, which orignates from “sangue lac, of the blood there shed, which by nature of the ground seems after rain to wax red” … “the small stream here is of chalybeate origin, containing iron, and actualy does turn red after heavy rain.” Also compare some other Sussex sites not too far away from Lemanis: “the field of blood”, “near Battle Abbey after any shower, presently sweateth forth very fresh blood out of the earth”, and/or “in chalk countries after rain run rivulets of milk”.

Not sure if Tribruit could also/alternatively be connected with tref “fern” and if that also may match our site area?

Aside from the meaning, the name (Trat) Tribruit / Ribroit / Arderit might also even have a possible match in the area of Lemanis such as either Ripp (Wood), or Tidebrook [compare Tory Brook of another Tribruit location theory], or Rother(bridge)/Robertsbridge, or East Rothbury, or Brede, or Atrebates (border there), or Bibroci/Bibrox/Bibracte (“border that separates Bibroci & Cantii”), or thetis Rhutupinaque littora / Rutupian shore / Rutup(i)ensem/(T)rutulensem, or Ypres Tower (Rye), or Anderida/Andredes Weald? [And/or possibly compare Trebeurden (Nord) on the other side of the English Channel?]
Also perhaps compare  Pryffetesflodan/”Privett” (“Hampshire”, “near Anderida/Weald”) 756?
[And/or possibly the river Parrett connected with (Pen/Penselwood &) the sea & Centwine/Kentwin [Kent?] (& Anglia?) 658/682 (ASC)?]

(ii) river match:
The river (Tribruit) could match either the river Brede (one of 3 rivers), or Rother river, [or the Lymne?,] or Romney (meaning “broad river”), or Tidebrook, [or Senlac stream (at the farthest west side of our area)?] (All of which are in the general area of Lemanis/Romney.)

(iii) shore/banks match:
The banks of the river Tribruit could match the “banks of the Rother, Lymne….”
And/or the shore of river Tribruit could match the shore which Lemanis occupied?
(It could also perhaps generally match with litus Saxonicum/Saxon Shore/Rutupian shore which Lemanis was part of?)
[Possibly the shore of Tribruit could be connected with Cymenshore of ASC which name is perhaps similar to Lemanis?]

(iv) number/order match:
Trirbuit is 7th battle of 9. Lemanis is 7th fort of 9. Tribruit/Lemanis is 7th of 9 battle sites matches all in order.

(v) battle match: evidence that battle fought here includes:
The fort and possible traces of battle/s fought here.
‘Battle Abbey’ not too far away might connect with Tribruit or Agned (though it may just be from Hastings)?
The “blood there shed” meaning of Senlac could relate to Tribruit battle (though may only be from Hastings/Senlac)?
Strategically/historically perhaps compare that Lemanis is not far from the battle of Hastings/Senlac site?
Geoffrey of Monmouth has battle at Lomond (which may be Lemanis/Lympne/Romney) after “3 several battles”.
Tribruit/Lemanis may match either Bedcanford [~ Brede?] or Aegelesburg/Eglesburh/Aylesbury [~ eagles, or sylva Eegalis] of 571 (ASC)?
[Cymenes-ora of ASC may possibly connect with Lemanis/Lympne and/or Tribruit?]
[Stuff relative of Wihtgar (ASC) might possibly connect with name Stutfall (Lemanis)?]
The battle of Arthuret may link with name Anderida and may have been fought at either Anderida, Arderit/Tribruit/Lemanis or in the/Andredes Weald.

(vi) Arthur match:
A tradition says Appledore (near our Lemanis site) was “built by King Arthur”? [It is perhaps interesting that Tribruit has also been suggested by others as being near Appledore in Devon.]

(vii) hill match:
There is a theory that the 12 or 9 battles of HB may be 3 groups of 3, with the first 3 all being rivers, the middle 3 maybe all being settlements/towns and the last 3 maybe all being hills/mountains, which if so suggests that Tribruit site had a hill/mount? This could match that there was a hill or hills/downs at Lemanis: “… hanging on a clay slope…. … slipping downhill…. … the steep slope of a hill….” & “stands on a hillside…. …the greensand of which the hill is composed….” [And/or possibly compare Senlac Hill to the west of Lemanis area?]

(viii) ribs/timbers match:
The “ribs/timbers” mentioned in another source in connection with Tribruit could possibly relate to the Weald, or Broadoak (in Lemanis area), or Ripp (Wood) (in Lemanis vicinity), or the Classis Britannica (at Lemanis), or Cissa’s wooden palace (in the wider Sussex / west Kent area)?

(ix) Manawyd match:
The Triads apparently mention Manawyd (sea god) in connection with Tribruit. Manawyd might connect with Llif Menai in our site area, &/or Lemanis/Lympne/Romney and Lomond?

(x) other matches:
Earl Limours ~ Lemanis (Tribruit)?
Collingwood identified Tribruit with Chichester at other end of Sussex, which is maybe similar to our site. He also located another battles site (Linnuis) in the greater Lympne/Lemanis area.
We can add the further evidence that “Nennius” (who wrote HB) knew of Lemanis site as seen in that some of the Wonders of Britain seemingly match our site’s area (eg loch Lomond, Trahannon? appled ash? well of bones?)
“… they formed a camp in Cair/city Trigguid. The men of Gwrynydd, hiding themselves in woods and thickets and holes and caves of the earth.”? Is this Tribruit & the Weald?
# 8/11. Agned/Bregion:

“The 11th (battle) was (fought) on the mountain (Breguoin/bregimion,) which is/we call/called Agnet/Cat_Bregion.” (Composite of various English/etc versions of “Nennius”/HB.)

“He also built the city of Alclud towards Albani, and the town of mount Agned, called at this time the Castle of Maidens/castellum puellarum, or the Mountain of Sorrow/montem dolorosum.” (Geoff. of Mon.)
[“He afterwards fights with the giants Albion and Bergion near Arelate, in the plain styled Campus
Lapideus; where are the salt waters of Salona.”]

The main proposed locations for Agned/(Cat) Bregion are: Bremenium (High Rochester, Hunt), Anderida/Pevensey/Caburn (me/Sean), Edinburgh/Altclut/Eidyn (Geoff of Mon., Brynjulfson), Beregonium (Ardrey); Brewyn (Rheged, Jackson/Brynjulfson); Cadbury; Caburn (lost reference); “any of the hill forts from Caburn to Old Winchester” (Collingwood); South Wales (Wamsley)?;  Angers/Andegavum & Bourges/Bretagne (near Deols/Mt Dol, Geoff. Ashe); Catterick/Thornborough (Hunt).

7 matches of Agned/Bregion with Anderida/Caburn: (i) Agned meaning/name, (ii) Bregion meaning/name, (iii) mount, (iv) number/order, (v) battle, (vi) possible Rheged match, (vii) other*.

(i) Agned/Agnet[um?]/Agnes name/meaning match:
Scholars are not certain what Agned means, nor what site Agned could be. Suggested etymologies of Agned include annedd “dwelling”, or anghenoedd/ancene:des “battles”, or “below Ned/(river) Neath”, or “[Br]eg[uoi] n_id[_est]”, or *angned-/*ang(e)ned “sorrows” / angen/anghenion “necessity/want”.
The 8th HB battle site name Agned/Agnet[um?] seemingly could possibly match the 8th ND fort name caer Andred/coid Andred / Aldred… / Anderida/Anderelio? We can’t prove the linguistics though. Perhaps compare Anjou for interchange, and Cerdic/Cedric for transposition? Anderida is said to be from ynn+deri+dan, or to mean/meaning “great fords”, or “name of a Celtic goddess”. [Anderida (name) can’t be both Arthuret & Agned.] Even if the names are not cognate they still may have been associated/interchanged as similar/analogous  ‘A…’ names.
Alternatively/also there are other possible matches for the name Agned in the near/wider area such as ieg/ey “island” (as in ending of Pevensey), or Cengadun/Kengandun/Chenga(‘s)/Cengantonesburh/Chanctonbury, or Glynde/Glyndy, or Keynes, or “Angel Theod”, or Mont Argis, or agnatic (‘Nothgyth Quest’)?
Or, perhaps Agnes as hagi “pasture” + nes “headland” may match description/setting/scenery of Pevensey area?
Or else, Agned (Castle of Maidens site) ~ (St) Agnes “pure, virgins, lamb” ~ Bregion/Breguoin (from bre + guinn/gwyn “white, bright, fair, brilliant, holy or blessed(ness)”)?

(ii) Bregion meaning/name match:
(Cat )Bregion/Breguoin means “(battle) of the uplands/hills” (from bre(ga) “hill”) or “white hills”, which may match the South Downs chalk hills (&/or the Windover ‘Long Man’ chalk hill figure). (Compare “Bregion brother to Albion”.)
There may also/alternatively be a name match.
The name Bregion/Breguoin could match Bre Gwoden (in the area), or bre Regin (hill of Rhegin, Sussex), or  Boulogne (near/facing Anderida)?
The name Cat Bregion/Cathregonion might match Mt Caburn/Cayburn/Caerbryn/Cairbryn / Caber / Caberburgh/Caberbury/Caberburh / Caldborough/Caldeburgh (tradition of a battle here at/after Pevensey). [Perhaps compare that some connect Catbregion with Cadbury?]

(iii) mount match:
The mountain or Mount (Agned/Bregion) may match the South Downs, and/or any of either Mont Argis, Windover Hill, Mt Caburn, Highdown Hill, or “Mount Street”, or Lewes “Hill”, or Willingdon Down, or Mountey Sewer, [or Bexhill,] which are all in the immediate or general/wider area?
[And/or perhaps compare the “studded with small areas of highland which remained as islands at high tide” description of the area around Pevensey?]

(iv) number/order match:
Agned/Bregion is the 8th battle of 9. Anderida/Pevensey is the 8th fort of 9. Agned/Bregion/Anderida is the 8th of 9 battles sites matches all in order.

(v) battle match: Evidences that the battle was fought here includes:
The fort and possible archaelogical remains/traces of battle/s there?
Martins ditch (in the Pevensey site/area)? And, St Martins Abbey (in the wider neighbourhood/area)? (Leon Mintz’s paper showed connection between Ares/Mars (war god), St Martin, and King Arthur/Merlin.)
Perhaps ‘Battle Abbey’ could be connected too (though this may rather/just be from the battle of Hastings)?
Maybe the “many skeletal remains of young Saxon men buried on Highdown Hill dating from 2nd half of 5th century” could possibly be from the battle of Agned, though they are probably more likely to be from one of the other earlier historical battles fought in same site/area.
[There is perhaps a good site between Pevensey & [Bexhill? on the right/east] for a battle?]
Strategically/historically, Anderida is near the site of battle Hastings (and some even think it may be the real site of Hastings).
The historical battle of Pevensey/Anderida (491, ASC) was fought in the same area, and there is a local tradition of the battle fought at Cayburn in 488 [at]/”after” the battle of Pevensey.
(The battle of) Agned/Agnes may possibly be connected with the Aegelesburg/Eglesburh/Aylesbury (or Egonesham/Eynsham) later re/taken by Saxons with other battle sites/shore forts (Benson/Bassas, Lenham/Legions) in Kent/Sussex in 571 (ASC)? (Though, Egonesham pretty certainly seems to be Guinnon/Dover, and Aegelesburg may rather be our Aylesford/Celidon or Tribruit/Lemanis (eagles / sylva Eegalis)?)
The battle of Arthuret may have been fought at either Anderida, Arderit/Tribruit/Lemanis, or the/Andredes Weald. [The 3rd of 3 AC manuscripts which mention Arthuret/Arderydd is at Exeter Cathedral. Exeter (Exanceaster/Caer-wisc/Isca (Damnon)) is connected with Kaerpenhuelgoit (Geoff. of Mon.) which connects with Peanfahel/Caer Pensavelcoit/[Penselwood?] which name is connected with Pevensey (& Lemanis & the Weald); and Exeter is connected with Brian which is similar to Bregion/Breguoin? However this may be wrong as Ardrey says he couldn’t find Arthuret in the AC at Exeter.]

(vi) possible Rheged match:
It has been suggested that Bregion/Breguoin may equal the battle of (gellawr) Brewyn of Urien of Rheged in another source. Rheged could possibly match Regnes / Regni/Regno/Regnum/Regentium / bre Regin/(hill of ) Rhegin (in the same/wider Sussex area) [&/or Rickney]? Perhaps compare that one HB version has ‘Agned_Cath_Regomion’?

(vii) other matches:
We can add the further evidence that Nennius knew of Anderida/Pevensey/Eastbourne as seen by that some of the Wonders of Britain seemingly may match the site or the wider area (including Trahannon? Appled Ash? fount guur helic?).

Agned/Bregion has also been located at Caburn by one or more others (lost reference/s).
Collingwood thought Agned/Bregion was somewhere between Caburn and Old Winchester. (He also placed another battle site (Glein) at Glynde not too far away.)
We aren’t totally sure whether Agned/Anderida matches the 8th or 9th Pa Gur battle (Ystawinguin or Mon/”Anglesey”), but perhaps the 8th Pa Gur battle of  (the heights/upland of) (Y)stawingu(i)n = the 8th ND fort of Anderida/Pevensey (South Downs)  = the 8th HB battle of Bregion (white hills).
The Geoffrey of Monmouth quote seems to connect Agned with Alclud (and Albani)? [&/or Geoff. of Mon. possibly mentions the battle of “Agned” as “Alclud” or “Totness”?] Bede says Abercorn/Abercurnig [Appledore/Abulcorum?] = Peanfahel [Pevensey?] near Alcluith. Towards Albani (“white”) matches the South Downs (chalk) (and the ‘Long Man’).
[Albany/Albion = white cliffs of Dover = North Downs = Downs = South Downs = Breguoin (white hills) = Bergion (brother to Albion).]
Breguoin/Agned/Anderida/Caburn &/or Guinnion/Dover seemingly may connect with the yBryngwyn/Gwynfryn “White-Hill/tower” of Bran story, which is supposedly in “London” but “facing France” (which would better fit the North/South Downs).

# 0. all 9 Saxon Shore forts & the 12 battles / 9 battle sites in general.

9 HB battle sites match and Wonders match:
We show that 8 of 9 HB battles sites match 8 of 9 ND SS forts.
We also show that quite a few at least of the Wonders of Britain also certainly seem to match the same 8 ND SS forts sites. That is double confirmation that “Nennius” knew/wrote about the south-east shore forts area.
Other scholars/sources previously also/already suggested 2 or 3 of our battle/fort matches (Dubglas/Blackwater, Celidon/Weald, Agned/Bregion/Caburn). Plus some other of our 9 sites have also been connected with the 9 battles except with a different one to/than ours (Gariannonum with Guinnion, Lemanis/Lympne with Linnuis, Portchester with Legions by Collingwood, Clausentum with …). And one of the 9 HB sites has been corresponded with a namesake of our match (Appledore/Tribruit).
Some of our matches are undeniable. Cruc Mawr (big cross/crucis) surely matches the “large cruciform platform” at Richborough. Amr’s tomb (of which measurers always come up with different measurments of) is surely Countless Stones (which is so-called because counters always come up with a different number of stones).
The case for Richborough/Rutupi being Arthur’s city of the Legion is pretty strong too.
[The ND map of the 9 forts shown taking up most of the island seems abit like impression of King Arthur’s battles as being like of all England (though the other ND map/s are similar)?]
names &/or meanings match(es):
We show that all 8 of 9 battles sites names or/and meanings match all 8 of 9 SS forts from Yarmouth/Glein to Badon/Adurni/Portchester/Bitterne/Clausentum.
Some other 12 battles theories have been disproven in academic papers like Kenneth Jacksons.

number & order match:
9 “Nennius”/HB battles sites. 9 ND SS forts.
[For 12 HB battles it is perhaps interesting that one map shows 12 SS forts from Skegness to Carisbrook?]
We show that 8 of 9 battles sites match 8 of 9 SS fort sites all in order.  8 battles sites/SS forts matches all in order. With Celidon that’s (all) 9 battles sites matches all in order.
Our 12 battles thesis is the only one that matches with another historically attested list of 9 sites, all other theories match 9 battles sites with artificial/arbitrary/collated lists of 9 sites and have no common connection between the 9 sites.

geography match:
The first 3 ND/SS forts are all at navigible rivers (Branodunum/unmatched, Gariannonum/Glein, Reculver/Bassas) like the first 3 HB battles sites are all at rivers (Glein/Gariannonum, Dubglas/Othona, Bassas/Reculver), except that Branodunum/unmatched & Othona/Dubglas are cross-substituted. J Hawkes said Reculver was more like …, which maybe matches Bassas/Reculver being grouped with Glein/Gariannonum & Othona/Dubglas?
The first 3 battles sites are all “east”.
The 2nd/middle 3 forts and the 2nd/middle 3 battles sites are all settlements/towns (Kent).
Isneldone/Snowdon (not far from Caerleon) one of 3 renowned cities of “Wales” ~ 3 cities Dover/Guinnion/”Snowdon”, “Caerleon”/Legions/Rutupi, and Reculver/Bassas?
The last 3 forts and the last 3 battles sites are all hills (Downs).
A few sources have the 12 battles as being/going  North(east) – Middle – South(west). Our 9 sites go N.e. – S.e. – S.w.
Saxons &/or Britons match:
“(King) Arthur” fought the “[West] Saxons”. The (West) Saxons were in the south-east quatrter of Britain.
Sayles said historical evidence is that the Saxons ranged from Wash to Solent.
Sayles said that the early West Saxon settlement was not as far in/up north as north Hampshire.
Brynjulfson said battles of time near ours were limited to the coast.
Cerdics-shore (495/514 ASC) is thought to be either in Yarmouth or Portsmouth area, like our 9 battles sites range from Yarmouth to Porthcester/Southampton.
Compare “pockets south of the Weald”.
There is plenty of evidence that the Britons/”Welsh” were in the south/southeast/east quarter of Britain in ca 495 to 556.
The Briton’s weren’t limited to the West/Wales until after Dyrham 577 and “Chester” 6xx, and Offa’s dyke.
Our thesis fits with Mortimer Wheeler’s St Albans – London – Colchester triangle gap/salient (and with Deniker’s salient spearheading to London, and with genetic/racial maps showing East Anglia less Germanic than rest of mid/east England).
Historyfiles site gives evidences of Celts at some (south)east sites quite late (Caer Colun/Colchester, and Caer Went (Norfolk), (and Caer Lerion/Leicester)). Also compare Walton (Suffolk).
ASC has Columba & “Southern Picts” at Hwiterne (St Martin) which may be Guinnion/Dover (St Martin le Grand).
Some finds in Britain from the 400s-600s may be mislabeled “(Anglo-)Saxon” and may rather be British/Arthurian (like Sutton Hoo)?
Arthur match:
At least one of our sites has a traditional “Arthur” connection (Appledore near Lemanis).
The Bere place names at Portchester and Reculver might possibly connect with Arthur “bear” (like Hunt thought)?
Arthur may possibly be connected with the pre-Augustine “Ethelbert” of ASC?

place match:
The main hitherto 12 battles theories are admitted to be tenuous in that their 9 sites matches are spread over a (too) big distance across Britain from the north to the south. (Though Hunt’s are all along Dere Str, and Collingwoods are all around south/southeast.)
(Perhaps the reason others not found “Arthur”/etc is because they were looking in wrong place (west/north/in)?)
Some of our sites are mentioned in Arthurian stories (Hamo’s Port, Dover, Rutupi, Raculf [Reculver?], Celidon [Weald], Kit’s Koty, London?).
Other south-eastern quarter places mentioned in traditional Arthurian sources include “Winchester”, Avalon (“in the North Sea” in Irish), Silchester, “Stonehenge/Salisbury”, Winchelsea, Canterbury?, St Albans/Verulam.
Collingwood said Nennius’ words seemed to mean Arthur was fighting Jutes of Kent.
Our 12 battles thesis is very close to Collingwood’s one.
Our thesis roughly agrees with orthodox south(west) placements of Badon.
It is no coincidence that those Wonders of Britain which we certainly identify with Rutupi/Richborough are all omitted in the Irish version.
Our uncertain Sutton Hoo theory may fit with our definitie 9 battles sites thesis?
At least 3 out of 5 sites of the 571 ASC entry match HB battles sites (Bassas/”Benson”/Bensington, Legions/”Lenbury”/Liganburh, Guinnion/”Ensham”/Egonesham/Ignesham). This entry seems to be anchored to Kent by the burh/ham/ton endings, and by the linguistics of “Benson”, plus by that the 3 sites are closely connected in all 4 sources (ASC, Nennius/HB, ND, SS/archaeology). (This was a later re/taking by Saxons of battle sites years after the 12 battles.)
Originally I like orthodox/others had view that “(King) Arthur” couldn’t be in the east/southeast, but now I see that Arthur can’t be so/too far west.

battles & strategic & roads match:
The 8 SS forts and possible visible/archaeological evidence/traces/remains of battle/s fought there.
Our south-east quarter placement is strategic. Other theories that place 12/9 battles sites at places like Caerleon, Chester, etc are not strategic (except under Romans and/or after 700).
There are connecting roads/tracks across our south east quarter and between our battles sites including possible traces of a road around the coast/shore, Watling Str, Stane street, Harroway, Salt Way, Icknield Street, Ridgeway, Camlet way, Saxon Shore way.

St Martin match:
A paper by Leon Mintz gave evidence that Arthur / Merlin may be connected with Ares/Mars/St Martin. A number of our sites are connected with St Martin (St Martin, Hwiterne; St Martin le Grand, Dover; St Martin’s, Canterbury (at intersection/head of roads leading to 3/4/5 of our battle sites/forts); St Martins Abbey not too far from Anderida; Martin’s ditch, Pevensey).

Saints (Lives) matches:
There are evidences that some of the Saint (Lives) connected with Arthur were in the east/southeast not the west/Wales.
Dubricius of Legions (or Dubricus of aber-Gavenny) connects with Dover/Dubris/Guinnion and Rutupi/Legions.
“David bishop of Merlin’s town Caerleon” = Legions/Rutupi. David’s name (David/Davy) might possibly connect with Dover?
Finnian might connect with Guinnion/Dover or breGuoin/Anderida.
Iltud is connected with Levitating Altar which seems to match the Reculver Cross.
Kentigern/Mungo may connect with Kent, &/or with Catigern/Kit’s Coty house.
Columba was at Hwiterne (St Martin) which may be Guinnion/Dover (white, Martin le Grand) or Bitterne?
St Alban connects with Albion/Dover/Downs.
St Julius connects with Legions [Rutupi], and with Julius Caesar [Dover/Deal/Rutupi], and kalends Iulius [great victory of Arthur 540 / Legions/Rutupi 540].
St Aaron may connect with Avalon/Afarnach [Reculver] or Achren?
Do(c)guinnus/Llanddyfrwyr in Saints Lives may connect with Guinnon/Dover?
In lists of Brychan’s children there is a Dyfrig.
St Guinefort ~ fort Guinnion. St Guinefort ~ cynocephali ~ cynbyn/din Eidyn ~ fort Guinnion/Dover.
In lists of Brychan’s children there is a Dyfrig [Dover/Dubris].
Merlin match:
Merlin/Lailoken is connected with : Amr (Amr’s tomb is Countless Stones), Celidon (Weald/Kit’s Coty), Arthuret (either Anderida/Agned, Andredes Weald/Celidon, or Arderit/Tribruit/Lemanis), Carmarthen (St Martin le Grand, Dover), Tintagel (maybe Thanet or Deal?), Kentigern/Mungo (Kent, Catigern/Kit’s Coty), Caerleon (Legions/Rutupi), Round Table (amphitheatre Rutupi? something at Dover?), Stonehenge (Medway megaliths?), “Glastonbury” (~ 140 churches city of Legion? many towered Camelot? Clausentum? Avalon/Reculver?), Vortigern (Chislehurst), Merlin’s mirror (Pharos? beacon?), Julius Caesar (Dover/Deal/Rutupi), St Levan, St Martin (St Martin le Grand), [and St Merefin of Thanet?].
time match:
There are evidences that Britons & Saxons were still in the south-east quarter & coast/shore of Britain between ca 495-556 (to 571 / 577 (to 592)).
The 2nd battle of Badon 665 AC entry matches with Pontesbury 661 ASC entry which mentions Ashdown & Wight.
It is shown/said in some sources that there is evidence that some of the SS forts were still/again in re/use between 495 – 556 (- 571/577 (- 592)).
Our thesis fits with the 519-552 “no gains” gap in ASC.
(Perhaps the reason others not found “Arthur”/etc is because they were looking in wrong time (5th cent)?)
Round Table match:
The Round Table is claimed to be a fraud because earliest known mention is Wace. However the RT (which “rotates like the World”) seemingly may match the Circling Mountain/Rock of the Wonders of Britain. In some versions the Round Table was at Legions (or Camelot?). The RT &/or Legions has/have been identified with amphitheatre at Caeleon & amphitheatre at Chester. We suggested that the RT & Legions & the CM/CR might be the amphitheatre at Rutupi/Richborough.
In other versions the RT was at “Windsor” or “Snowdon”/Isneldone (which 2 seem to be connected), or “Stirling”. We suggested that the chastel de Snowdon “snow hill” (highest, eagles) ~ fort Guinnion/Dover (white) ~ “Windsor”. The RT at Dover might not be a physical object but just knights/Order/institution/tournament/Court, or it might be hill/mount/Downs, or it might be physical object and may connect with the lighthouse/pharos or St Martin-le-Grand?
(The 12/24 knights of RT might also/alternatively connect with the 12 battles and the Pictish Palace?)

Camelot match:
Camelot (many towered) may match with either …/Legions (140 churches)/Rutupi/Richborough , or Camulodunum/Colchester?

Nennius & ND/SS match:
The fact that the 9 battles sites and the Wonders both match the 9 SS forts area seems to confirm that “Nennius” knew/visited/wrote-of this area.
Collingwood said Nennius’ words seemed to mean Arthur was fighting Jutes of Kent.
There is evidence that some of the SS forts were still/again in re/use in Arthurian times.
The ND’s was around between … to ….

Other matches:
The Modena Archivolt sculpture seemingly depicts the Dover lighthouse [Guinnion]? (Galvarium therein may connect with Calvary & the Cross of Guinnion? “Guinevere” therein may be “Mary”/Guinnion?)
citations/refs for all 9 sites in general:
HB, ND, Collingwood, Wheeler, Saints Lives, Hawkes, Wonders of Britain, Wikipedia, Geoff of Monmouth, historyfiles, edwin h, Brynjulfson, Mak Wilson, GYAM.

Citations/Refs for Lemanis/Stutfall/Tribruit:
HB; Irish “Nennius”; ND; Wikipedia; Pastscape; August/Dan Hunt; Mintz; Saints Lives; Kamlesh Gautama; Collingwood; Ken Jackson; Wikipedia; Brynjulfson; Arthurian Infopedia; Adrian Room; ASC; Geoff of Mon; Karen H; Old English Chronicles; ‘Wonders of Britain’; Somner; Toole; ‘Pa Gur’; Triads; Enid Blyton.

Citations/Refs for Anderida/Pevensey/Agned/Bregion:
ND; HB; Irish “Nennius”; Ken Jackson; Brynjulfson; Toole; Geoff of Mon; Arthurnet posts; Geoff Ashe; Collingwood; lost ref; ‘Pa Gur’; ‘Wonders of Britian’; ASC; Old English Chronicles; Ethelwerd; Chris Gwyn; ‘Nothgyth Quest’; Adrian Room; Wikipedia; Google maps; Mintz; Adam Ardrey; Bede; Jacquetta Hawkes; [Holinshed].

Avalon/Avilion/Avallon/Afallach/Avaron [&/or Levitating Altar].
“a hall on the island of Afallach”. (Triads/Hergest.)
“King Arthur’s grave not known / an eternal wonder is the grave of Arthur”. (Black Book Carmarthen.)
The main proposed locations for Avalon are: Avallon (town Burgundy, France, Ashe?); Sein; ile d’Aval/Lannion (wiki); Aballava (Burgh by sands, Cumbria, Hunt/Wood); Glastonbury/Glastonia/Ineswytrin (grave, inscription, near Cadbury); Iona (Argyll, A. Ardrey); Arran; belach Gabrain; ‘A’ at [Glascow?] ([hidden Glascow website?]); [Mon (Gooderich)?]; Eildon hills (south Scotland); Alderley Edge;  Avon (Drou?); “not known / an eternal wonder”; “in the North Sea” (Irish); Heligoland (Spanuth); Appledore (Devon, Kam/Hunt); Levitating Altar site (Hassell, me/Sean); “The Berth, near Baschurch in Shropshire, is reputed to be a possible burial place”; Llangorse (Damo); ‘A’ at Buncarrick (not far from Wexford, Wamsley); Afael island (Cadwallon); emain Abhlach; Isle of Wight; Lundy; Lindisfarne/Farne (Holy Island, dad); Avene (me/Sean); Reculver (Cross, me/Sean); Afarnach’s hall (me/Sean); Sutton Hoo (Cavloc/Pavloc/Nawloc, me/Sean); Alderney/Longy (nunnery, burial cists, pond, fort, hoard?, me/Sean); Appled Ash (me/Sean); “Vortimer’s cenotaph” [arch?] at Richborough (me/Sean);  Appledore (Lemanis, me/Sean); Arvon(‘s Shore) (Gwynedd, 1314, me/Sean).
Matches of Avalon with Reculver:
(i) indirect name match:
Avalon = Afarnach’s (PG) = Bassas (HB) = Reculver (ND/SS).
Lindisfarne/Farne ~ hall of Wrnach/Awarnach / Afarnach’s hall ~ ‘a hall on the island of Afallach’/Avallon/Avalon/Avaron ~ Affalach (in lists of Brychan’s children).
Avalon may possibly connect with Avene/Cerdic’s-ford of ASC which may possibly be Reculver/Bassas?
There might also be a connection with St Aaron (partner of St Julius of Legions/Rutupi)?
Reculver/Bassas & Rutupi/Richborough/Legions matches “Avalon and Logres/Camelot, Heaven and Earth, Egypt and Israel….”
(ii) North Sea match:
Avalon is in the North Sea according to Irish source/s. Reculver is in North Sea.
(ii) Levitating Altar match:
In our Wonders of Britain paper we show that the Levitating Altar seems to match the Reculver Cross.
(iv) Baschurch match:
“The Berth, near Baschurch in Shropshire, is reputed to be a possible burial place.” In our 12 battles paper we showed that Bassas matches Reculver. In our Wonders of Britain paper we show that the ‘Levitating Altar’ seems to match the Reculver Cross & the monastery-church around it.
(v) “not known” match:
Our match with Reculver matches KA’s grave not known.
(vi) body:
So what happened to the body? Well, if it is not at Sutton Hoo, and it is not at Reculver Cross site (and/or is not at Margate/Chislehurst caves), and if they shifted it in middle ages then perhaps you can guess what well-known site i think they may have shifted it to.
(vii) taken by boat to Avalon match:
Our tentative scenario is that Camlan was at Sutton Hoo and “Arthur” was taken by boat across to Reculver/Avalon.
(viii) island &/or vale match:

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