UK: Archaeologists from Glasgow University, working with the Stirling Local History Society (SLHS) and Stirling Field and Archaeological Society, may have found the legendary table where King Arthur had gathered his knights, the Telegraph reported. Using remote-sensing geophysics, archeologists examined a geometric earth mound, called the King’s Knot, near the grounds of historic Stirling Castle in Scotland.
The King’s Knot was thought to date back to 1620. But the researchers have now discovered that parts of it may be centuries older. Historian John Harrison, chair of the SLHS, who initiated the project, said, “The finds show that the present mound was created on an older site and throws new light on a tradition that King Arthur’s Round Table was located in this vicinity.”
Source: The Telegraph