All that remained were occasional whisperings that it was hidden in Great Britain, the land of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Enduring legends like Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, King Arthur, and Sleeping Beauty were Grail allegories.
Even King Arthur’s mythical, Grail-rich Isle of Avalon was now believed to be none other than Glastonbury, England.
This longitudinal Rose Line is the traditional marker of King Arthur’s Isle of Avalon and is considered the central pillar of Britain’s sacred geometry.
The primary research room was as Teabing had described it—a dramatic octagonal chamber dominated by an enormous round table around which King Arthur and his knights might have been comfortable were it not for the presence of twelve flat-screen computer workstations.
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It is another story about the boy who would become King Arthur.
While the stories of King Arthur are myth and legend, they may have originated with stories of the life of a 6th century leader.