Sleipnir is an eight legged horse of Odin in Norse mythology. It’s origins are written in the Prose Edda, a 13th century Icelandic textbook.
The Newgrange passage and chamber align perfectly with the sun on the Winter Solstice. Scholars believe it was used for ceremonial purposes.
The legend of Robin Hood and his Merry Men swims with historical figures and folk heroes, but the reality of his existence is contested.
Scholars continue to debate the existence of King Arthur as a historical figure or folklore. We examine the historical record to find out.