suspects all LANCASTRIANS will know about STONEHENGE but
the facts are, our very own unique BLEASDALE CIRCLE is
even more interesting and it is ALL ours and here in
With 10,000 miles of Roman roads in Britain that seem to
lead everywhere, we can now more easily believe that the
myths of Britain were often based on fact and legends on
truth, when stories evolved in the Dark Ages. Therefore,
of the three CAMUNLODUNUM place-names in Roman Britain,
one associated with Colchester and another near Leeds, it
is realistic to believe that the third, CAMUNLODUNUM,
based on PTOLEMY'S 2nd. Century unique latitudes and
longitudes, will be found north of the River Ribble and
near the west coast. But according to Professor John
Morris, the CAMUNLODUNUM place-name, is the only one that
could possibly have evolved as the place-name, CAMELOT
and what is certain, is that the Roman fort at LANCASTER
was the most advanced Roman fort of its kind near the
western coastal area of Britain when the Romans departed.
Therefore, once it is accepted that the earliest stories
about King Arthur indicate his main enemies where the
Irish rather than the Anglo-Saxons, the old Roman fort at
LANCASTER as a base for King Arthur seems inevitable.
Hence, the chances are, King Arthur, was the first to
discover that LANCASTRIANS prefer to win at everything.
So, when Winston Churchill, in his histories of Britain,
said that the, 937 A.D. BATTLE OF BRUNABURGH, was one of
the four great battles fought for the survival of our
nation, who can doubt that it was even then a battle
fought close to a Roman road and as this web site will
suggest, realistically, a battle fought in LANCASHIRE.
Are these the reasons, therefore, why ALL
British monarchs take on the title, DUKE OF
LANCASTER, or did they
simply realised they were on to a, "good
thing", once they discovering, that
this is where, "
LANCASTRIANS still live" and
where it all happened, and for that matter; IT STILL