The History of the Kings of Britain Topics for Discussion

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How factual do you feel Geoffrey's account to be? Why?

Pick one of the prominent leaders (Brutus, Constantine, Arthur, for example) and discuss the attributes that make them great.

The reader constantly earns about the rise and fall of kings. Some are extremely bad while others are extremely good. Discuss why you think this polarity exists, and include any clues Geoffrey offers.

Geoffrey marks the passage of time by noting other world events, particularly mentioning Christian prophets. Why do you think he marks time in this way?

Is there any significance to the six thousand, six hundred and sixty-six men Arthur keeps back with himself during the battle with Lucius en route to Autun? Explain your answer.

Scholars have long debated the existence of King Arthur. There is little support that such a man actually lived and most believe Arthur was a legend amassed...

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