Since the earliest versions of the Arthurian legends, genealogies have been created (or kept) that link King Arthur back to ancient rulers, including the House of King David of Israel. Monarchs since Arthur have tried to claim descent from him, most notably the Plantagenets and their descendants who still sit on the British Throne.
King Arthur’s Children explores many of the historical claims and genealogies of both Arthur’s ancestors and his descendants from Scotland’s Clan Campbell to Britain’s Royal Family.
The Children of Arthur Chronicles is a novel series beginning with King Arthur’s Legacy, in which American Adam Morgan travels to Britain where he discovers his remarkable descent from King Arthur and learns the truth about what happened at Camelot. The rest of the novels in the series, still to be written, will tell the stories of Arthur’s descendants throughout the last fifteen centuries including their roles in key historic moments.
If King Arthur were a real person, and doubtless he was based upon some historical personage, then almost everyone alive today could literally be his descendant when you consider how many generations have passed since him and the intermarrying of his descendants.