Tuesday, 6 September 2016
Arthur In Anderson
(ii) Hanno the immortal converts to Christianity at the court of the post-Roman British warlord, Artorius.
(iii) King Arthur and his knights from Avalon emerge from Glastonbury Tor to fight for Charles I against Cromwell in the Shakespearean timeline.
(iv) Arthur's sister, Morgan le Fay, remains active in the Carolingian timeline.
Also from the Tor comes "'...the true Wild Hunter, Gwyn ap Nudd, leading the heathen dead from Annwn...'"
-Poul Anderson, A Midsummer Tempest (London, 1975), Chapter xxiv, p. 218.
The Wiki articles show connections between Arthur and both Gwyn and the Wild Hunt.