King Arthur’s Men

A hypothetical force of British soldiers who may have continued to go by Arthur’s name even after the death of the historical Arthur. Geoffrey Ashe (Handbook, 370) thought that the appearance of “Arthur’s men” at several historical battles may have confused later authors into believing that Arthur himself was present.

These battles include Llongborth, which appears in a Welsh poem with Geraint as the hero, and any of the twelve battles listed by Nennius.


See also
Battles | The Legend of King Arthur