Arthur's Stone

British - A megalith in Wales. This stone is said to have appeared when King Arthur, en route to the Battle of Camlan, found a pebble in his boot and threw it out. Some say that the ghostly figure of the king emerges from under this stone when the moon is full. Sometimes known as Arthur's Stone.
British - A boulder in Hertfordshire. Some say that this was the stone from which the young Arthur drew the sword that established his right to the throne. Others say that it marks the site of the grave of a king; some say of King Arthur himself. Known as Arthur's Stone.

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