The Hollow Hills Setting & Symbolism

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Tintagel

Tintagel is the main castle of Uther’s domain. It is also the castle in which Arthur was conceived.

Bryn Myrrdin

Bryn Myrddin is the cave that Merlin calls home. Merlin returns to his home whenever he needs to replenish his health and wait for another sign.

Caer Bannog

Caer Bannog is a ruined castle in the middle of a lake. Merlin hides the sword there, and Arthur later discovers it when hunting a stag.

Mascen’s Tower

Mascen's Tower is an old ruin where Merlin finds Maximus’ sword. He receives visions which show him the tower’s outline, and he finds the sword in a hidden compartment.

The Green Chapel

The Green Chapel is one of the names for the sanctuary Merlin finds. It is also the place where Arthur unsheathes the sword from the stone-like wrapping.

Holy Shrines

Many of the commoners in England still...

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