PG-13 2 hr 6 min Jun 28th, 2004 War, ... Lucius Artorius Castus is the historical person behind the legend. The Doctor nodded. Lucius lived in the second century A.D. Lucius was a caucasian man, likely of Roman and Celtic descent, who wore a red cape, a helmet with a red plume, and Roman armor, and wielded what appears to be a Roman Gladius. A member of the gens Artorius (possibly of Messapic or Etruscan origin), he has been suggested as a potential historical basis for King Arthur. Lucius Artorius Castus (fl. "Rule Your Fate." google_ad_client = "pub-1410551672998511"; Although he probably achieved a significant amount of fame in his own lifetime, Castus would likely have faded forever into the dark corners of history if not for his name. Over time, after the fall of the Roman Empire, Artorius potentially became the inspiration for the story remembered as Arthur. Welcome to the third edition of Create-A-Servant, where you copy-paste information from Wikipedia to turn historical figures into cute waifus with sword beams. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Lucius Artorius Castus (fl. google_color_link = "000000"; ルキウス・アルトリウス・カストゥス Videos. All we know of him comes from a couple of stone inscriptions found in Croatia which give an outline of his military career, listing the legions he served in. It now has an equal â Antoine Fuqua's King Arthur (2004) â except that this one largely dispenses with the mythic Arthur, with all its medieval embellishments, and concentrates on the historical foundations in post-Roman Britain. Kanji The Doctor nodded. ... "Lucius Artorius Castus." The possibility that Lucius Artorius Castus was the inspiration for the figure of Arthur in medieval European literature was first suggested by Kemp Malone in 1924 and has recently been championed by authors C. Scott Littleton and Linda Malcor (who was a research consultant for the 2004 movie King Arthurand on whose hypotheses regarding Artorius the screenplay was based). Lucius Artorius Castus was a Roman officer. While Arthur's Scholars now believe that the pieces of Castus's sarcophagus date to no later than 200 (Kirigin and Marin 1989:143), which means that Lucius Artorius Castus most likely died prior to that date. Lucius Artorius Castus. Lucius Artorius Castus (c 141 -c 195) was 2nd century Roman soldier whom some have argued was the original King Arthur. Quintus was a vetern of various Guardian Fleet conflicts and a former senior NCO with very developed views on the way Mars 'should be'. those of Arthur there is some similarity. across a range of details, both large and small. Clases alternativas: Rider, Ruler, Lancer, Assassin. Espero que les guste: Clase: Saber. Occupation "Yes. Status //-->. late second century. time span of the Arthurian legends. Anyway, 10 years of war and 10 years of peace mean Artoria died at 35, and the stuff with the Romans might be a reference to how one of the candidates for "IRL King Arthur" was a Roman bloke called Lucius Artorius Castus. Gray recognized. the career of Lucius Artorius Castus place him firmly in Britain as a soldier who at one point in his career held the title "dux". Although the inscriptions cannot be precisely dated, Castus probably served in the Roman army some time between the mid-late 2nd century AD or early to mid-3rd century AD. As with any famous figure, however, the question arises as to whether the legend is based on any fact. When his military caraer and exploits are compared with What is known of Artorius comes from inscriptions on fragments of a sarcophagus, and a memorial plaque, found in Podstrana, on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia. Rule Your Fate. Lucius Artorius Castus (fl. About Us. Deceased mid-late 2nd century AD or early-to-mid 3rd century AD) was a Roman military commander. Lydia (Descendant)Askeladd (Descendant) By: Medic Author. Reads Lucius Artorius Castus Still an undated, unproven inscription Born in 2nd century Was a Roman Centurion Second Sarcophagus Piece Born in 5th century Was the king of England Fought Saxons Arthur in Latin is Artorius Pendragon Lucius Found in Rome Third Sarcophagus Piece The google_ad_height = 90; When his military caraer and exploits are compared with those of Arthur there is some similarity. A member of the gens Artoria (possibly of Messapic or Etruscan origin), he has been suggested as a potential historical basis for King Arthur. Follow/Fav Fate TARDIS. He makes in fact brave choices that will change his own fate and that of his people. Lucius Artorius Castus was a Roman officer who lived in the google_color_url = "000000"; Estadísticas: Alineamiento: Verdadera neutral. Britain would be occupied until 410 CE when the last troops were withdrawn to the continent to defend the weakened Western Roman Empire, but Rome had been pulling its garrisons out of Britain for decades prior to this time. Some other relevant threads Create-A-Servant 1, the first Servant thread. "Rule Your Fate." Lucius Artorius Castus is on Facebook.