2017-07-29 (Day 210) King’s Knot

This photograph of Stirling Castle and its sutrroundings is taken from the King’s Knot, an earthwork feature believed to date from the 1620s – though this central mound is believed to be much older.

In 2011, a Glasgow University archaeological study discovered evidence of a circular structure under the King’s Knot. What makes this discovery interesting is that there have for centuries been claims that the site was the location of King Arthur’s round table.

See more at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8724183/King-Arthurs-round-table-may-have-been-found-by-archaeologists-in-Scotland.html