|Vortigern Studies has the
internet's most comprehensive treatment of
Britain's history from the end of the Roman era
to Arthurian times. Edited by Robert M. Vermaat,
this unique website focuses primarily on the
person of Vortigern and the enigmatic earthwork
called Wansdyke. It features narrative histories,
original source documents and important texts,
extensive bibliographies, reading lists,
informative articles by guest writers, maps,
polls and more.
Vortigern Studies Index
was ? in 2004
Finally, I added new pages about The
Stanzas of the Graves and The Welsh Triads. I may alter these in dues
course, but it seemed that adding at least something
about these sources was due. I've added the text of the
relevant passages too, both in Welsh and in English.
in the Bibliography for October to December:
- Black Book of
Carmarthen, Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin, at: http://www.llgc.org.uk/drych/llyfdu/llyfdu_tud01.htm
- Giot, Pierre-Roland,
Guigon and Bernard Merdrignac (2003): The British
Settlement of Brittany, (Tempus, Stroud).*
- Glasswell, Samantha (2002): The Earliest
English, (Tempus, Stroud).*
At some time
bofre 8.50, MET, visitor number passed this way!
A new guest article by Darrell
Wolcott: Vortigern and the Powys Dynasty. The chronology of the various
extant pedigrees of Powys has always been a problem for
those who have attempted to analyze them. The author
tries to shed light on the Dark Ages in Powys.
in the Bibliography for April to September:
A new Engraving: Vortigern and Rowena, which is
a copy of the original painting by William Hamilton, c.
in the Bibliography for January to March:
Everything that went before can be
seen at the
'1999', the '2000' ,
the '2001', the
'2002' and the '2003' pages!