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Guy Halsall has taught at the universities of London and York, where he has been a professor of history since 2003. His early specialism was in the history and archaeology of the Merovingian period (c.450-c.750), and he has since published widely on a broad range of subjects: death and burial, age and gender, violence and warfare, barbarian migrations, and humour. This investigation into the 'worlds of Arthur' brings him back to the study of early medieval British history and archaeology with which his scholarly training began.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Arthur, -- King.
Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066 -- Historiography.
Britons -- Kings and rulers -- Folklore.
Great Britain -- History -- To 1066.