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'''Avalon''' is a vault in Glastonbury Tor built by [[Merlin]] and containing the treasure of all treasures, which was protected by a series of rigorous tests to determine if someone was worthy of recieving it.
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'''Avalon''' is a vault in Glastonbury Tor built by [[Merlin]] and containing the treasure of all treasures, which was protected by a series of rigorous tests to determine if someone was worthy of recieving it. It was equopped with some of the laters [[Ancient technology]] including [[Ancient beam transporter|beam transporters]] and [[Hologram#Ancient|solid hologram technology]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 18:05, December 7, 2008

This article is about the location. For the episode, see Avalon (episode).

Avalon is a vault in Glastonbury Tor built by Merlin and containing the treasure of all treasures, which was protected by a series of rigorous tests to determine if someone was worthy of recieving it. It was equopped with some of the laters Ancient technology including beam transporters and solid hologram technology.

History

Cameron Mitchell, Daniel Jackson, Vala Mal Doran and Teal'c were pursuing this goal when discovering where this location was. Avalon, it turned out, was actually real and situated in the UK under a hill, circa 125 miles northwest of London. Under that hill, Ancient devices protected a cavern where a holographic program in the image of Merlin said that they were to be tested. They endured a two tests of their wisdom, while Mitchell fought a holographic guardian as a final test. After they succeeded, a great many treasures were revealed, including a book on Ancient history, a communication device, and arguably the most important item: a datalog detailing Merlin's research on a weapon designed to destroy ascended beings. (SG1: "Avalon, Part 1", "Avalon, Part 2", "Arthur's Mantle")

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