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TINTAGEL - KING ARTHUR COUNTRY

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BATTLE OF CAMLAAN 2000 A lovely sunny day greeted the warriors as they set up camp in Tintagel and on Saturday August 5th 2000  they marched from the Visitor Centre to the battlefield.  The following pictures were captured on the morning of the battle around about 12.30pm and shows the village before and during the march. May Battle Commence! IF YOU WOULD LIKE A PHOTO PLEASE CONTACT DAVID FLOWER 01840 770775
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PHOTOS FROM THE CAMLAAN BATTLE 2001 Over many years The Battle of Camlaan has raised much money for local charities,  these being The Cornwall First Air Ambulance and the R.N.L.I.   Tintagel  witnessed this August King Arthur battle against his illegitimate son, Mordred This being the age old battle of Good  against Evil. Under the watchful eye of Merlin the armies drew up to face each other,  and the silence was broken by the cries of warriors and the clash of swords, dramatically illustrating the battle on that fatal day back in the mists of time. But with the magic of Merlin you were able to see how it was in Medieval times, but most importantly how it was in The Dark Ages the real time of Arthur.                To achieve this re-enactors came together from all over England, Scotland, Wales, Southern Ireland, Northern Ireland and some from Europe, ALL TRAVELLED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE to  bring the spectacular show to you.   This is what a 12th Century Priest wrote about the Battle;  "On the River Camel they carne together, the place was called Camelford; may the name last forever:         And at Camelford were gathered sixty thousand and more. Mordred was their leader, an d the noble Arthur  rode there with a huge army  although it was doomed. On the ,River Camel they fought together. Sparks flew  out spurs .shattered, shields broke, shafts snapped. The mighty fought together there.  The Camel was in flood with measureless blood. "Mordred was killed and Arthur mortally wounded, bringing to an end a Golden Age for Britain.   The Battle took place around the year 537 when Mordred tried to seize the throne, supported by bands of Mercenaries.
BATTLE OF CAMLAAN 2000 A lovely sunny day greeted the warriors as they set up camp in Tintagel and on Saturday August 5th 2000  they marched from the Visitor Centre to the battlefield.  The following pictures were captured on the morning of the battle around about 12.30pm and shows the village before and during the march. May Battle Commence! IF YOU WOULD LIKE A PHOTO PLEASE CONTACT DAVID FLOWER 01840 770775
Copyright © David Flower 2000-2017 Disclaimer: No part of this website may be reproduced, stored on a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the written consent of tintagelweb.co.uk (David Flower). You may however, download on to a personal computer owned or controlled by yourself and you may make a single copy of any part of this publication, for your private use or study. Tintagelweb, nor it's affiliates, are not liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of information or material contained in the site or from your access to the web sites of customers or other material on the internet obtained via links from this site.
CONTACT E-mail: flowcrick@aol.com Phone: 01840 770775

TINTAGEL - KING ARTHUR COUNTRY
BATTLE OF CAMLAAN 2000 A lovely sunny day greeted the warriors as they set up camp in Tintagel and on Saturday August 5th 2000  they marched from the  Visitor Centre to the battlefield.  The following pictures were captured on the morning  of the battle around about 12.30pm and shows the village before and during the march. May Battle Commence! IF YOU WOULD LIKE A PHOTO PLEASE CONTACT DAVID FLOWER 01840 770775
2001
PHOTOS FROM THE CAMLAAN BATTLE 2001 Over many years The Battle of Camlaan has raised much money for local charities,  these being The Cornwall First Air Ambulance and the R.N.L.I.   Tintagel witnessed this August King Arthur battle against his illegitimate son, Mordred This being the age old battle of Good against Evil. Under the watchful eye of Merlin the armies drew up to face each other,  and the silence was broken by the cries of warriors and the clash of swords, dramatically illustrating the battle on that fatal day back in the mists of time. But with the magic of Merlin you were able to see how it was in Medieval times, but most importantly how it was in The Dark Ages the real time of Arthur. To achieve this re-enactors came together from all over England, Scotland, Wales, Southern Ireland, Northern Ireland and some from Europe, ALL TRAVELLED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE to  bring the spectacular show to you.   This is what a 12th Century Priest wrote about the Battle;  "On the River Camel they carne together, the place was called Camelford; may the name last forever:         And at Camelford were gathered sixty thousand and more. Mordred was their leader and the noble Arthur rode there with a huge army  although it was doomed. On the ,River Camel they fought together. Sparks flew out, spurs shattered, shields broke, shafts snapped. The mighty fought together there.  The Camel was in flood with measureless blood.  "Mordred was killed and Arthur mortally wounded, bringing to an end a Golden Age for Britain.   The Battle took place around the year 537 when Mordred tried to seize the throne, supported by bands of Mercenaries.
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