|EVIDENCE #1: PROOF!|
As crazy as it sounds, I found these two photographs for sale on an online auction site and snapped them up as soon as I realised their historical significance. The seller, an ecclesiastical chap from Oxford going by the name of Walter, had these in his family for as far back as he could remember … alongside some old correspondence from Geoffrey of Monmouth, who in the twelfth century tried to buy them on the cheap to put on the cover of his best-selling ebook. Luckily for us, the family didn't sell to Geoffrey, instead keeping them safe until the recent sale. Walter had fallen on hard times and so forth, you know how these things happen.
|EVIDENCE #2: MORE PROOF!|
As is always the way, I acquired these photographs too late to appear in my new book ‘King Arthur’ … despite which, you may purchase it here.