This is some fun history news.
Evidence of a building linked to the myth of King Arthur and the knights of the round table has been found at Windsor Castle.
The circular structure was built by Edward III in the 14th century to house the round table intended to seat the original 300 Knights of the Garter. Archaeological proof of the building was uncovered by members of Channel 4’s Time Team in the castle’s quadrangle.
Although the stones have been removed, rubble in-fill where they were originally located remained in place. The show’s presenter, Tony Robinson, said the discovery could help settle years of debate among historians over the existence of the building. “The round table building is one of our most significant ever archaeological finds. It is something that helped to establish Arthurian legends of the knights of the round table.