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a. Note:   BIBLIOGRAPHY: Ashe, Geoffrey, Kings and Queens of Early Britain, Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers, 1990. Morristown Library 941.01092ASHE. Ashe, Geoffrey. The Discovery of King Arthur. Garden City, New York: Anchor Press, 1985. RESEARCH NOTES: King of Britons 454-470 [Ref: Ashe KArthur p108] aka Riothamus [Ref: Ashe KArthur p114] to the question "Was Arthur real?" Arthur as we know him is a legend, but he has a real original, the British Supreme King or High King who was in Gaul in 469. Or, to put it differently, the 'High King' who was in Gaul has been recorded in history under one style and turned into legend under another. [Ref: Ashe KQBritain p153]
b. Note:   BI150207
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: shortly after Uther became King, came to throne at age 15 in 454 [Ref: Ashe KArthur p92], place: West Country, between Lands End and Bath [Ref: Ashe KArthur p77], father: [Ref: Ashe KArthur p92]
c. Note:   DI150207
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: abt 470 [Ref: Ashe KArthur p108], place: [Ref: Ashe KArthur p95]
d. Note:   NF59868
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: abt 450 [Ref: Ashe KArthur p198], names: Arthur & daughter of Vortigern [Ref: Ashe KArthur p198] Sources with Inaccurate Information: child: Cerdic King of West Saxons (#10987) [Ref: Ashe KArthur p198] is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.