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Arthur’s Table

The name given to two prominent features in ClwydWales.

  1. A circle of twenty-four indentations in a rock that is said to represent Arthur’s knights at a table.
  2. A barrow at Llanfair Dyffin Ceiriog.

According to legend, King Arthur’s Table was situated on the hill Moel Arthur.

See also
Twenty-Four Knights of Arthur’s Court | The Legend of King Arthur

Physical topography in Britain and elsewhere.