Arthur’s Palace


A name given to the top of Cadbury Castle in Somerset. Archaeologists have discvered a structure buried in this earthwork, a hall made of timber.

The identification of Cadbury Castle as Camelot has been the subject of debates and controversies within the academic community. While some researchers support the idea, orthers argue that the Arthurian associations are more likely to be later medieval legends rather than historical facts.


See also
Cadbury – Camelot | The Legend of King Arthur


Source
Physical topography in Britain and elsewhere.