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In the Conrad & [[John Kirowan|Kirowan]] stories of [[Robert E. Howard]] Koth is referred to as a black cyclopean city. ({{CIRCLE}}: "Dig Me No Grave" [<nowiki/>[[Robert E. Howard]]]) In [[Conan]] the barbarian's world, Koth is an ancient [[Hyboria]]n kingdom. ({{CIRCLE}}: "The Hyborian Age" Robert E. Howard) The city of Koth could reside in this kingdom or be a remnant of it.
 
In the Conrad & [[John Kirowan|Kirowan]] stories of [[Robert E. Howard]] Koth is referred to as a black cyclopean city. ({{CIRCLE}}: "Dig Me No Grave" [<nowiki/>[[Robert E. Howard]]]) In [[Conan]] the barbarian's world, Koth is an ancient [[Hyboria]]n kingdom. ({{CIRCLE}}: "The Hyborian Age" Robert E. Howard) The city of Koth could reside in this kingdom or be a remnant of it.
   
 
Koth is also quoted like an [[Great Old One]] with [[Cthulhu]] and [[Yog-Sothoth]]. ({{CIRCLE}}: "[[The Fire of Asshurbanipal]]" [Robert E. Howard]) Some sources also refer to a creature or possibly [[Great Old One]] named Koth. ({{EXP}}: "The Lords of Pain" [R. L. Tierney])
 
Koth is also quoted like an [[Great Old One]] with [[Cthulhu]] and [[Yog-Sothoth]]. ({{CIRCLE}}: "[[The Fire of Asshurbanipal]]" [Robert E. Howard]) Some sources also refer to a creature or possibly [[Great Old One]] named Koth. ({{EXP}}: "The Lords of Pain" [R. L. Tierney])
   
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Revision as of 20:05, 18 February 2020

This subject contains information from the "Lovecraft Circle" Myth Cycles, and while guided by HPL are not based on his work alone. In the Conrad & Kirowan stories of Robert E. Howard Koth is referred to as a black cyclopean city. (CIRCLE: "Dig Me No Grave" [Robert E. Howard]) In Conan the barbarian's world, Koth is an ancient Hyborian kingdom. (CIRCLE: "The Hyborian Age" Robert E. Howard) The city of Koth could reside in this kingdom or be a remnant of it.

Koth is also quoted like an Great Old One with Cthulhu and Yog-Sothoth. (CIRCLE: "The Fire of Asshurbanipal" [Robert E. Howard]) Some sources also refer to a creature or possibly Great Old One named Koth. (EXP: "The Lords of Pain" [R. L. Tierney])