At 06:08 PM 2/9/96 +0000, M.A. Handley wrote:
>That she knows bugger-all about Celtic linguistics is proved by her
equation of Lancelot with >Angus.
>This just simply is not the case, and anyway Lancelot only gets mentioned
>first time about seven hundred years after Arthur is supposed to have
>lived, making it unlikely that he ever had any existance in reality at all.
>Connections with Badon, and Merlin and the Lady of the Lake and Lancelot
and Medraut and Avalon >belong within the realms of literature, rather than
>Mark Handley, Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
There is an interesting hypothesis in 'Les Celtes et la civilisation
celtique' by Jean Markale.
He links Lancelot and Lug Lamfada and quote R.S. Loomis to build this
What do you all think ?
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