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The King Stone lies 73m to the north-east of the Rollright Stones in Oxfordshire, not far from a burial chamber locally known as The Whispering Knights. This 2.5m (8ft) tall and 1.5m (5ft) wide standing stone is placed behind an iron fence, across the road that runs between the menhir and the circle.
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Judge R. L. Montague was at that time residing in Lancaster Co. on the road that leads from Monaskon wharf to Lancaster C. H. and in one of his letters to Wm. H. Montague, he stated that he had visited the grave of Peter Montague which was situated on the north bank of the river Rappahannock in Lancaster, that the tombstone was standing, though much defaced by the hand of time. And he added.
The main theme of Phillips's latest book is the apparent identification of King Arthur's lost tomb as in the title. Phillips argues he has identified the Churches of Bassa (Eglwyssau Bassa) as the Iron Age earthwork known as The Berth in Shropshire from the Welsh cycle of poems known as Canu Heledd, is the the resting place of the kings of Powys and Owain Ddantgwyn (his King Arthur).