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Carleon-Upon-Usk ~ According to Geoffrey of Monmouth's twelfth-century History of the Kings of Britain, this was Arthur's chief city. In a lengthy description, it is made to rival the later Camelot in its splendour. It contained two minster churches where choirs sang praises to God non-stop, and a college of 200 The Round Table was once believed to have stood here. This is where Arthur was crowned and held his first court, presiding over a rich company including knights and their ladie...