Thanks for the note about Geoffrey Ashe's _Quest for America_, Ken. BTW, did
you realize that your posting just came to me and not to Celtic-L?
I knew I had another reference or two somewhere, and found several more, after
I had posted in. I don't have the list with me, but I do have some info on
George Smith -The Cassiterides: An Inquiry into the Commercial Operations of
The Phoenicians in Western Europe, with particular reference to
The British Tin Trade_, London, Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts,
Ken - tell us all a little about your interest in this topic, and why you
find Geoffry Ashe's book interesting. I have talked with Geoffrey Ashe, in
Glastonbury, and at University of Victoria, Victoria, BC when he was keynote
speaker at an Arthurian Conference there in 1989. He actually got his degree
from Univerisity of British Columbia in Vancouver - and is now permanently
resident in Glastonbury, just near the Tor.