Author(s): Alistair Moffat
What began as a short history of Kelso, a small town in the Scottish borders, soon became a romantic search for the elusive Arthur. In a book which argues that previous scholars have been looking in the wrong place, Moffat identifies Arthur as a cavalry general of a Welsh-speaking southern Scottish tribe. Through archaeology, documentary and place-name evidence, Moffat weaves a history of this truly British hero' and asks whether the real Camelot is to be found in the borders of Scotland.
2001. A paperback copy in near fine, unmarked condition.