Gorgeous photos but, unfortunately Arthur is just a fairy tale. If he did actually exist (even though there is no proof) I think Devonshire or even the Welsh may have something to say as to who he belonged to.
If Arthur existed (he didn't) he would have lived during a time when Dumnonia was united, so if he was Dumnonian, Cornwall and Devon (and probably Somerset and Dorset, or at least parts of them) would have to share.
Cornwall, though, does have the strongest claim to being the successor state to Dumnonia, as it was never incorporated into Wessex without special autonomy like Devon was.
Oh, of course Arthur existed, he just exists in the realm of mythology rather than that of history, which is great, because mythological characters are much more real than historical ones in my opinion (who wants a history book instead of a fairy story?)... One of the great peculiarities of modern society is drawing a distinction between "existence" and "non-existence"
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