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Arthur Legend origin

Ashe, “The Origins of the Arthurian Legend”

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In his introduction (paragraphs 1-3), Ashe identifies a central problem in the search for a historical Arthur; what is it? Did Arthur Exist?
What consensus have the scholars listed in paragraphs 4-8 reached?
What new approach does Ashe propose in paragraphs 9-10?
In paragraphs 11 to 15, Ashe refers to archeological evidence at Tintagel, Glastonbury, and Cadbury, which traditionally have been associated with Arthur. How does Ashe interpret this evidence?
In paragraphs 27 through 43, What does Ashe say about Geoffrey’s elaboration of historical fact? What specific information does Ashe interpret as providing some historical basis for Arthur’s activity in Gaul?
In paragraphs 52-54, Ashe discusses “Riothamus”; what does this word mean, and how does Ashe connect it to Arthur?
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