Who is King Arthur, his importance in medieval Celtic world. According to Thomas Greene, you may not know the complete answer to these two questions, but answering the second question would be very close. After reading "Arthur's Historicity and Historicity" of Green, King Arthur's argument discussed in this article seems to conclude that Arthur's historical figure is unlikely. If you are reading in a green context that previous Gulf-lydian materials such as Historia Brittonum and Annales Cambriae should be, and that method is not read by looking for evidence, indeed these Readers of the text
Arthur is the legendary Celtic king, and its theme has proved to be very suitable for the medieval romantic literary demands. King Caroling laid the foundation of Chanson do Geste. However, they are historical figures and subtle connections with reality are desirable (although they are rarely reached). Because they emphasize the heroic friendship of Paladin, the range of female characters in the story is narrow. Given the historical foundation of King Arthur, it was the leaders of the Celts who fought with Anglo-Saxons who invaded the 5 th to 6 th centuries (dramatic events that caused many events in the German legend and at the same time). From the end of the eighth century, the story about Arthur began to evolve, mainly to the Celtic base of Wales. By around 1135, they gathered in Historia Regum Britanniae ("The King's History of England") by Jeffrey of Monmouth who had infinite appetite for incredible details.
According to the legend of the Middle Ages, we all had heard the story of King Arthur of Camelot, and led the British army (including the authority of his reliable round table) to the Saxon invaders. But is King King Arthur actually a genuine person or a hero of Celtic myth? Discussion has been going on for centuries, but historians were unable to confirm that Arthur really exists. He did not show up in the only surviving contemporary material about the invasion of saxons, where Celtic priest Gilda wrote a real battle at Mons Badonicus around 500 AD. Hundreds of years later, Arthur first appeared in the works of Welsh historians named Nennius who listed 12 fights where the king of war should join. Everything from Welsh poetry, battle is done at various times and places, and probably not all of these can participate