English lady pulls four-foot sword from lake

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title=” (Source: Twitter/@NewsTweetsWorld) “border= “0” width=” 180″/ > (Source: Twitter/@NewsTweetsWorld). (MEREDITH)– Seven-year-old Matilda Jones of England had quite a legendary holiday after discovering a big four-foot sword from Cornish Lake, the same lake where King Arthur threw Excalibur.

Inning accordance with the Daily Mail, Jones remained in the water waist-deep in Dozemary Swimming pool, when she saw the blade by her feet. According to the legend, King Arthur returned Excalibur at the same area after being fatally injured in the Battle of Camlann.

The tale states Arthur initially received the sword from the Woman of the Lake and wished to return it upon his death.

Matilda shares her name with Empress Matilda, the child of King Henry I and heir to the throne in the 12th century.

Her dad informed the Daily Mail that while it might be amazing that she has actually composed her name in current Arthurian legend, he thinks the sword is in fact an old movie prop.

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