- RobinLv 71 month ago
yes he is very well documented
- PrinceLv 51 month ago
Merlin was a religious title for a chief Arch-Druid of Britain, and yes, the most famous one was the one who lived during the time of Arthur.
- KENNETH DLv 71 month ago
yes he was real
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
No. Thank you for asking, glad I could help.
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- j153eLv 71 month ago
Likely a jewel of truth at the center of this legend:
"Merlin: Shaman, Prophet, Magician," by John Matthews;
"The True History of Merlin the Magician," by Anne Lawrence-Mathers;
"The Quest for Merlin," by Nikolai Tolstoy.
- H&MLv 71 month ago
*** C'est un loup garou ... ^^
- 1 month ago
it seems unikely... same thing with king arthur.
- Gray BoldLv 71 month ago
Possibly based on a real person. Myrddin Wyllt ("Myrddin the Wild") is a figure in medieval Welsh legend. A prophet and a madman, he was introduced into Arthurian legend by Geoffrey of Monmouth as Merlin the wizard, associated with the town of Carmarthen in South Wales. Although his legend centres on a known Celtic theme, Myrddin's legend is rooted in history, for he is said to have gone mad after the Battle of Arfderydd at Arthuret at which Rhydderch Hael of Strathclyde defeated Gwenddoleu. According to the Annales Cambriae this took place in 573. Myrddin fled into the forest, lived with the animals and received the gift of prophecy.Source(s): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myrddin_Wyllt
- LônLv 71 month ago
No, he was a mythical character .
- Anonymous1 month ago
Merlin the Magician has remained an enthralling and curious individual since he was first introduced in the twelfth century though the pages of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia Regum Britanniae. But although the Merlin of literature and Arthurian myth is well known, Merlin the "historical" figure and his relation to medieval magic are less familiar. In this book Anne Lawrence-Mathers explores just who he was and what he has meant to Britain.