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John Morris, The age of Arthur : a history…

John Morris, The age of Arthur : a history of the British Isles from 350… (1976)

by D. P. Kirby, J. E. Caerwyn Williams

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Dr. Morris is considering in The Age of Arthur: A History of the British Isles from 350 to 650 (Weidenfeld & Nicolson: London, 1973), 665 pp., maps, Index (price (in U.K. only) £5.25 net) the same period as Professor Alcock examined in Arthur's Britain (1971).
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