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St Osyth's Spring

St Osyth, Essex, England Dated: 600 - 700
the sword of king Arthur

Fill in the blanks to complete this part
of the story.
Arthur pulled a out of a
in front of a church. He wanted to give it to , who had forgotten to bring his own.
There were some words written on the sword
- ` . Sir Ector took and back to the the church, and pushed the sword black into the . Neither sir Ector nor Kay was able to . Only could pull it out, over and over and overagain. So he crowned king of England.

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