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  • Crystan Badon is assisted by chauffeur Frank Johnson of LaChance Xtreme Limo & Coach as the class arrives for graduation at Johnson Bayou School.

    Johnson Bayou graduation 2006

  • Crystan Badon is assisted by chauffeur Frank Johnson of LaChance Xtreme Limo & Coach as the class arrives for graduation at Johnson Bayou School.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • However, even if one is cautious about the archaeology, you definitely have Gildas's statement about the political impact of Badon, which is only lacking the name and Gildas mentions hardly any names anyway.

    The Kingmaking, by Helen Hollick. Book review

  • "If one accepts that there was a military hero who led some or all of the British to victory against some or all of the Saxons in a battle at a place called Badon some time in the late 5th or early 6th century – which is not at all implausible – then one might as well accept the name given to him in the same sources and call him Arthur."

    The Reign of Arthur: From History to Legend, by Christopher Gidlow. Book review

  • If one accepts that there was a military hero who led some or all of the British to victory against some or all of the Saxons in a battle at a place called Badon some time in the late 5th or early 6th century – which is not at all implausible – then one might as well accept the name given to him in the same sources and call him Arthur.

    The Reign of Arthur: From History to Legend, by Christopher Gidlow. Book review

  • If one accepts that there was a military hero who led some or all of the British to victory against some or all of the Saxons in a battle at a place called Badon some time in the late 5th or early 6th century – which is not at all implausible – then one might as well accept the name given to him in the same sources and call him Arthur.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • However, it is roughly three times the number of the doomed company of Y Gododdin, which would be consistent with Badon being regarded in poetic convention and popular culture at least as a battle of unusual size and importance.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • However, it is roughly three times the number of the doomed company of Y Gododdin, which would be consistent with Badon being regarded in poetic convention and popular culture at least as a battle of unusual size and importance.

    Early medieval armies: numbers

  • I fought Arthur at Badon Hill, and saw my armies broken and near destroyed.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • I fought Arthur at Badon Hill, and saw my armies broken and near destroyed.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

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