Statue entitled Gallos (Cornish for 'power') thought to represent King Arthur with Excalibur, 2016, by Rubin Eynon, at Tintagel Castle, built by Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall in the 13th century, Tintagel Island, Cornwall, England. The ruined castle is linked with Arthurian Legend, as Geoffrey of Monmouth cited it as the place of conception of King Arthur in his 12th century book, History of the Kings of England. The site is managed by English Heritage. Picture by Manuel Cohen. Further clearances may be requested.

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Statue entitled Gallos (Cornish for 'power') thought to represent King Arthur with Excalibur, 2016, by Rubin Eynon, at Tintagel Castle, built by Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall in the 13th century, Tintagel Island, Cornwall, England. The ruined castle is linked with Arthurian Legend, as Geoffrey of Monmouth cited it as the place of conception of King Arthur in his 12th century book, History of the Kings of England. The site is managed by English Heritage. Picture by Manuel Cohen. Further...
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