Aryan Narrations: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion – HOB 07177

Eneas flees Troy

The first of a new series of narrations taken from Geoffrey of Monmouth’s 12th century ‘History of the Kings of Britain’ and translated from Latin into modern English. Modern historians try to downplay this book and pretend there is no evidence to back up the claims made in it, but most of it is referenced elsewhere and at much earlier times than when it was written.

This first chapter deals with Brutus the Trojan prince, who we are told today never existed. Yet if he never existed, then why did Julius Caesar call the inhabitants of London the Trinovantes, or ‘the people of New Troy’? Brutus himself is spoken of in the classics and there are still places named after him and his companions in Britain and in Europe to this day.

In this first episode we learn the circumstances of Brutus’ birth and how he came to be leading a band of freed Trojan slaves looking for a new land to colonise.

Narrated by Sven Longshanks

Aryan Narrations: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion – HOB 07177

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