author={Kemp Malone},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  pages={367 - 374}
The redoubtable Heinrich Zimmer, in his review' of Gaston Paris, Histoire litteraire de la France, Tome XXX, takes occasion, among other things, to touch upon the question of the etymology of the name Arthur. He says: Es ist allgemein bekannt, dass die britannischen Fiirsten beim Abzug der R5mer sich als die Nachfolger und Stelleninhaber der h6heren ramischen Beamten betrachteten, und dass in den Adern mancher britannischen Fiirsten des 5. Jahrh. RMmerblut floss. Auch r6mische Namen treten bei… 
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All the victories of the Gwledig [i.e., Arthur] appear to have been won in Upper Britain, and the distinctly military districts of the Roman province may have been reduced to order by him
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