Who Pulled the Sword From the Stone?–#6 of #12in20

If you’re a fan of Arthurian legend, then you probably already know the story of how a youthful Arthur pulled the sword out of the stone. But if you’re not very familiar with the legends surrounding King Arthur, his Knights of the Round Table, Guinevere, Merlin, etc., then you’re in luck because I’ve chosen to start at the beginning and share the tale of how a young King Arthur pulled the sword from the stone for this Twelve in ‘20 post.

The version I’m using for #6 of #12in20 comes from Howard Pyle’s 1903 book, The Story of King Arthur and his Knights, that I downloaded from the wonderful Project Gutenberg website.

Happy listening! 🙂

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