[Spellyans] 2013 battle plans

Nicholas Williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 15:32:23 GMT 2012


Kelliwic called Kyllywyk, is mentioned twice in Bewnans Ke, where it described as King Arthur's place of origin.
But Arthur in BK is also called Arthur Cornow 'Arthur the Cornishman', so for the author of BK Kelliwic/Kyllywyk is clearly somewhere in Cornwall. 

On 6 Feb 2012, at 15:22, Ken MacKinnon wrote:

> PS As I  understand it, there is no attestation that the Kelliwic of the
> Mabinigion is in fact to be understood as the place now called Callington.
> Any more that a similarly-named place outside Bodmin where there is now a
> business park and a caravan site - or indeed somewhere completely other.
> There is in fact a farm on the Lleyn peninsula with the actual same name
> which some regard as the best candidate. - K

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