List of Arthurian Locations

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As with many mythologies, the Arthurian Legends take place surrounding real locations. In fact, many think that some characters and events might have actually existed. This is our list of Arthurian locations that takes you to some of these possibilities.

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This list compiles both mythical locations like Avalon, and real-world locations like Glastonbury. Each of these locations has some association with the Arthurian legends, whether mythical or real. Many are listed that are thought to be the actual locations of certain key events, such as the Battle of Badon, a legendary battle that probably took place, and is thought to be led by the real-world Arthur.

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#LocationDescriptionAssociationsNotes
0AbironA place ruled by Segurant during King Uther's reign.Uther
1Agnet, MountSite of one of Arthur's battles mentioned by NenniusArthur
2Agravius, MountHome of the giant Rience (Ritho) Known as Snowdonia today.
3AlcludOld name for Dumbarton. Arthur rescued Hoel from the Picts and Scots there.
4Alnwick Castle, NorthumberlandOne of two possibilites for Lancelot's Castle, Joyous Guard, as proposed by Thomas Malory.Lancelot
5Amesbury, Wiltshire Guenevere retires to a nunnery at Amesbury after the death of Arthur.Guenevere
6Anderley EdgeIn a folk tale, Arthur and his Knights stopped here in Cheshire.
7AnjouA French province conquered by Vortigern and given to Hengist.
8Annwyn (Annwfn)Celtic Otherworld
9ArchenfieldBurial place of Amr, son of Arthur
10Arthur's Bed, CornwallA stone monolith that is partially hollowed out like a coffin.Arthur
11Arthur's CaveA cave on Anglesey where Arthur supposedly sought shelter.
12Arthur's O'en, StirlingshireA Roman temple near Falkirk Scotland. It is argued that it was used by Arthur and wsa the original Round Table.
13Arthur's OvenUnknown sight that is somewhere west of Exeter.
14Arthur's Quoit, AngleseyStone structures associated with magalithic burial places.
15Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh Mountain near Edinburge that is associated with Arthur.ArthurRead More
16Arthur's Stone, DorstoneThe name given to a megalithic burial site in this area.
17Arthur's Stone, West GlamorganAn ancient stone, part of a megalith, of which Arthur's ghost is sometimes said to emerge.Arthur
18Arthur's TorAn earthwork in Country Durham.
19Arthuret, CumbriaBattle of Arthuret took place here, resulting in the madness of Myrddin.Merlin
20AssyslaIn a Scandanavian work, the place of Arthur's death.
21AstolatDwelling of Elaine the White who died of love for Lancelot.
22AvalIsland off the coast of Brittany, where Arthur is supposedly buried. Alternative location of Avalon.
23AvalonThe legendary island inhabited by the Lady of the Lake, Morgan le Fay, and others.Lady of the Lake, Morgan le FayRead More
24AvilionAn alternative name for Avalon
25Badbury Rings, Dorset One of the possible locations of the Battle at Badon Hill.Arthur
26BadonLocation of the Battle of Mt. Badon, with several contested sites including Bath, Liddington Castle and Badbury Rings
27Bamburgh Castle, NorthumberlandAnother possible location for Joyous Guard, Lancelot's castle.Lancelot
28Bassus (river)The site of one of Arthur's battles.
29Bath, AvonAnother possible location for the Battle at Badon Hill, as per History of the Kings of Britain.Arthur
30BearoscheSite of a siege in Parzifal
31BedegraineSite of a major battle between Arthur and desenters at the beginning of his reigh. Malory calls it Sherwood.
32Ben Arthur, StrathclydeA steep mountain with a section also known as Arthur's seat.Arthur
33BenwickKingdon of Ban, identified with Bayonne and Beaune.
34Birdoswald, CumbriaOne of the possible sites of the Battle of Camlann.Arthur, Mordred
35BrabantA territory sited as partially in the Netherlands and partially in Belgium.
36Brecon Beacons, PowysTwo peaks in this region form Arthur's ChairArthur
37Brent Knoll, SomersetArthur challenged three giants who lived on this hill. The hill did have Iron Age defenses.Arthur
38BritainThe realm ruled by Arthur.
39BrittanyA part of France largely inhabited by British people. Had close ties to Arthurian Legend.
40BroceliandeA forest in Brittany that was the site of many Arthurian adventures.
41Bury WallsPlace in Shropshire where Arthur held court, according to legend.
42Bwlch y SaethuA pass in Snowdonia where, according to Welsh legend, Arthur was killed.
43Bwrdd ArthurName of two features in Clwyd, one a circle of indentations in rock, the other a barrow at Llanfair Dyffrey Ceiriog.
44Cadbury Castle, SomersetOne of the possible locations for Camelot. An old Iron Age fortress did exist at one time.Arthur
45Caer Gai, GwyneddName means the "stronghold of Cai", or Kay from the Arthurian legends.Kay
46Caerleon, GwentAccording to History of the Kings of Britain, Arthur held court here.Arthur
47CamA river in Somerset. One possible site of Camlann. A lot of skeletons were dug up here.
48CamboglannaAn ancient site possibly located along Hadrian's wall, thought to be the site of the battle of Camlann.Arthur, MordredRead More
49CamelAnother river that is possibly the site of the Camlann battle.
50Camelford, CornwallOne possible location of Camelot, according ot later writers.Arthur
51CameliardThe kingdom of Leodegrance, Guinevere's father.
52CamelotThe legendary city and/or castle where Arthur held his court.ArthurRead More
53CamlannThe legendary location of Arthur's death. Possibly located in Birdoswald or Castlesteads.Arthur, Mordred
54CanterburyCalled Durovernum by the Romans, an Archbishop of Canterbury was an advisor to Arthur and is the place of Arthur's death in the Scandinavian Breta.
55CarbonekThe castle contained the Holy Grail.
56CardiganArthur holds court here in some early stories like Erec and Enide.Arthur
57CardueilOne of Arthur's homes, possibly in Carlisle.
58Carlisle, CumbriaSome old romances show Arthur holding court here. Malory has Guinevere exposed and sentenced here.Guinevere
59Carmarthen, DyfedThe legendary location of Merlin's birth.Merlin
60Carn March Arthur, GwyneddThere is a rock with an indentation that is supposed to be the hoofprint of Arthur's horse.Arthur
61Carned ArthurA cairn in Snowdonia that, according to Welsh belief, houses Arthur.
62Castle Canyke, CornwallPossible location of Kelliwic from Culhwch and Olwen, where Arthur held court.Arthur
63Castle Dore, Cornwall An Iron Age hillfort associated with King Mark and Tristan.Mark, Tristan
64Castle EdenA village in County Durham that is said to be haunted by the Knights of the Round Table in the guise of chickens.
65Castle KeyAn earthwork in modern Caynham Camp, Shropshire. According to legend it was built by Kay.
66Castle of MaidensA castle ruled originally by Duke Lianour. It contained many maidens as prisoners. Thought to have been in the visinity of Edinburgh.
67Castle RushenA castle on the Isle of Man thought to be built above caves filled with Giants, put there by Merlin.
68Castlesteads, CumbriaPossible location of Camboglanna, thought to be Camlann.Arthur, Mordred
69Cat Coit CelidonSite of one of Arthur's battles in the southern reaches of Scotland.
70Catterick, North YorkshireThought to be Catraeth, the location found in Y Gododdin.
71CavershallA castle in Straffordshire where Arthur supposedly held court. The existing castle dates back to the 13th century.
72Chalice Well, GlastonburyA spring in Glastonbury though to be the spring visited by Lancelot in Perlesvaus.Lancelot, Avalon
73Chastel MarteIn Perlesvaus, the lord of this castle was Perceval's uncle. He seized the Grail Castle and was killed by Perceval.
74ChesterCity named Deva by the Romans. Claimed to be the site of Arthur's court, and possibly the site of the battle at the City of the LEgion.
75Chester, CheshireThe site of Arthur's ninth battle in Historia Brittonum.Arthur
76City of SoulsA haunted city visited by Lancelot in Perlesvaus.
77City of the LegionThe site of one of Arthur's battles. Possibly Chester.
78ColchesterCamulodunum in Roman times.
79CornwallThe realm of King Mark.
80Craig Arthur, DenbighshireThe end of a rocky ridge near an old hillfort.Arthur
81Craig-y-DinasA rock where, supposedly, Arthur once spent the night in a cave.
82DemetiaDyfed in Welsh, a kingdom in south Wales.
83Dinas Emrys, GwyneddThe supposed site of Vortigern's tower. Excavations have revealed settlements dating back to that time period.Vortigern, Merlin
84DouglasA river in Linnuis where four of Arthur's battles were fought.
85Dover, KentThe site of Arthur's return after Mordred's betrayal, and the site of Gawain's death.Arthur, Gawain
86Dozmary Pool, Cornwall The supposed site of Excalibur's return.Arthur, Lady of the Lake
87Drumelzier, Borders The supposed location of Merlin's grave.Merlin
88Dumbarton Rock, StrathclydeThe legendary location of Mordred's birth.Mordred
89DumnoniaA large British kingdom that covered Devon and Cornwall.
90Edna, MountOne possible location of Avalon.AvalonRead More
91EhangwenArthur's hall, built by Gwlyddyn the carpenter.
92Eildon Hills, BordersArthur and his knights supposedly sleep in a hidden cavern beneath these hills.Arthur
93ElmetA Celtic kingdom that existed in Arthurian times. Near modern-day Leeds.
94FairylandA mythical location in Spencer's the Faerie Queen, where Arthur and other knights had many adventures.
95Ffynnon Cegin ArthurA well with an oily appearance, said to get this from the fat in Arthur's kitchen.
96Foundtain of the Truth of LoveA place created by Merlin according to Astree. Guarded by lions which could not eat a person who was pure in heart.
97Foundtain of YouthEsclarmonde bathed here in Terrestrial Paradise.
98FranceOften called by the older name, Gaul. Features prominnently in Arthurian tales, as many such tales were created by the French.
99Franchise TristanA country conquered by Tristan. Formerly called Servage.
100GannesThe realm ruled by Bors.
101GarlotA kingdom ruled by Nentres, a sister of Arthur.
102GasconyA region of south-western France, ruled by King Ladon in Claris et Laris.
103Gaste ForestA realm ruled by Pellinore, possibly the same as the Waste Land.
104GeneronA tower that belonged to Vortigern, replacing the one that fell repeatedly.
105Glastonbury, SomersetThe legendary location of Avalon, as well as Arthur and Guinevere's grave.Arthur, Guenevere, Avalon
106GleinThe mouth of ariver where Arthur fought one of his battles.
107Gloucester, GloucestershirePart of the Culhwch and Olwen and Peredur stories.
108GoreA kingdom that bordered on Scotland, separated by the River Tember. It has otherwordly features, and prescribed as the realm of Urien or Bagdemagus.
109Great Spirits SpringA place in Windfall Run, USA where Arthur was said to have drunk.
110Greenan CastleA castle built on an Iron Age hill fort, a contested site for Camelot.
111GroclandAn island in the north, colonized by Arthur. Possibly Greenland.
112Grotte d'ArtusA cave in Brittany where Arthur and his warriors are supposedly resting until they are called forth once more.
113GuinnionSite of one of Arthur's battles.
114GwyneddA medieval kingdom in North Wales. Ruled by Einion, Cadwallon, and Maelgwyn in Arthurian times.
115Hart FellA mountain in Scotland that is said to be a dwelling place of Merlin.
116HesperidesMador's father in the king of Hesperides.
117HumberThe site of Arthur's last battle according to Scottish writers.
118IcelandConquered by Arthur's empire.
119Ille EstrangeA kingdom ruled by Vagor who imprisoned Lionel.
120IrelandPart of Arthur's domain, according to Geoffrey.
121Isle of LifeA place where Gaddifer and Perceforest enjoyed a long existance. Possibly the same as the Isle of Wight.Perceforest
122Joyous GardLancelot's castle in the north of England. Originally called Dolorous Gard.Lancelot
123KelliwicA Cornish stronghold belonging to ARthur, possibly Castle Killibury or Callington, Celliwith.Arthur
124KentGiven by Vortigern to the Saxons, then called Gwyrangon.Vortigern
125KillaurusPlace in Ireland where Merlin collected the stones of Stonehenge.Merlin
126Killibury, CornwallOne of the legendary locations of Kelliwic, Arthur's court in the Welsh Triads.Arthur
127King Arthur's BedA feature in Bodmin Moor (in Cornwall) that was supposedly a resting place of Arthur.Arthur
128King Arthur's Downs, CornwallThere are two bronze age stone circles here.
129King Arthur's FootprintAn indentation like a footprint at Tintagel.Arthur
130King Arthur's Hall, CornwallThe name of a large rectangular earthwork.
131King Arthur's Hunting LodgeSupposedly used this hill for his headquarters when hunting on Goss Moor.Arthur
132Lake DistrictSuggested by S. G. Wildman to be the place where Arthur was brought up.\\Arthur
133LancienA place where Mark dwelt, now Lantyan.Mark
134Lansdown HillNear Bath, one of the possible sites of the battle of Mount Badon.
135LaplandEastern border of Arthur's empire.Arthur
136Licat AnirA mound that is supposedly the resting place of Arthur's son, Amr.
137Liddington Castle, WiltshireOen more proposed location for the Battle of Badon Hill. There was an iron age hillfort here.Arthur
138LinnuisOne of four of Arthur's battles in the catalogue of Nennius. Possibly LindseyArthur
139LionesA kingdom ruled by Meliodas, father of Tristan. Possibly the same as Lyonesse.Tristan
140ListinoiseA kingdom that eventually became the Waste Land when Pellehan received the Dolorous Stroke.
141LlongborthThe site of a battle in which Geraint died in Geraint son of Erbin.Geraint/Erec
142LlychlynWelsh name for Scandinavia, but may have also referred to an Otherworldly realm.
143LogresThe name for England in Arthurian romance, derived from the Welsh Lloegr.
144LombardyTerritory of King Ladis.
145LondonMany sources place Arthur's court in London.Arthur
146Lylyn BarfogA lake in Gwynedd where Arthur supposedly fought an afanc.
147LyonesseA possible location for the legendary kingdom of Tristan and other figures. Possibly the Isles of Scilly.Tristan
148Maiden Castle, DorsetAn iron age castle often compared to the Castle of Maidens in Arthurian literature.
149MaidenlandA country where Lancelot was raised by his foster-mother.
150Merlin's CaveLocated in Tintagel, Cornwall, it is said to be haunted by Merlin.Merlin
151Merlin's Chair, CarmarthenA chair-like summit. Merlin is said to be sleeping beneath the hill.Merlin
152Merlin's Hill CaveA cave in Carmarthen where Merlin was said to be buried.Merlin
153Merlin's Mound, MarlboroughAn earthwork thought to be Merlin's grave.Merlin
154Merlin's SpringA spring in Barenton, Brittany and an old pilgrimage site.Merlin
155Merlin's TombFormer name of a mount in Camp du Tournoi in Brittany. Merlin
156Merlin's TreeA Priory Oak in Carmarthen. If the tree fell, it would mean the destruction of Carmarthen.Merlin
157Moel Arthur, ClwydAn old earthwork named after ArthurArthur
158MomurFairy Kingdom ruled by Oberon in Huon de Bordeaux
159MongibelAnother name for Mt. Etna, a possible Avalon.
160Mont du ChatA site in the Alps where Arthur fought a large cat. A version of the Cath Palug legend.
161MorgannwgSmall kingdom in Wales. The royal family is supposedly form the line of Caradoc.
162Mousehole, CornwallA rock where Merlin was said to prophesy.Merlin
163MunsalvaescheThe mountain where the Grail was supposedly kept, according to Wolfram.
164Mynydd FyrddinA mountain at Longtown in Herefordshire where Merlin is supposedly buried.Merlin
165NantesThe seat of Arthur's court according to Wolfram.
166NarsingaThe father of Verona was a king of Narsinga.
167NorhoutSoldiers from this region killed Meliodas, father of Tristan.Tristan
168NorthgalisPossibly the same as North Wales. Potentially Northumbria in some versions.
169NorthumberlandA northern region ruled by King Pellinore, King Clarion, King Cador, and King Detors.
170NorwayThe northern region ruled by many kingdoms during Arthur's day. Lot claimed part of it.Lot
171Ogo'r DinasA cave near Llandebie.
172Ogof Lanciau EryriA cave in North Wales where Arthur's men supposedly awaited his return.
173OrkeneysHome of King Lot and his sons, Gawain, Agravaine, Caheris, and Gareth. Latin name is Orcades.Gawain
174PadstowA Cornish town said to be Arthur's birthplace.Arthur
175Palace AdventurousA palace within the Castle of Carbonek, that was said to contain the Grail.
176PannenoisanceA city said to be Arthur's capital in Perlesvaus.Arthur
177ParmenieSupposed territory ruled by Tristan's father, according to Gottfriend von Strassburg.
178Pedrafita do CebreiroA place in Spain where Galahad supposedly saw the Holy Grail.Galahad
179Pela OrsoIn an Italian poem, this is the castle of Morgan le FayMorgan le Fay
180Pen Arthur, DyfedA hill associated with Arthur throwing a boulder for a full mile from the summit.Arthur
181PenbedwFarm in Supernatural Clwyd, where it is suggested that the standing stones on the farm could be Arthur's grave.Arthur
182Pendragon Castle, CumbriaTraditional site of Uther Pendragon's fortress.Uther
183Perilous BridgeA bridge in Perlesvaus that led to the Grail.
184PowysAn early Welsh dominion. Supposedly ruled by Cadell I, Cyngen I, and Brochmael I.
185PurgatoryVisited by Gawain in the Dutch romance, Walewein.Gawain
186RecesseA kingdom ruled by Carras, brother to King Claudas.
187RhegedA kingdom in present day Cumbria, ruled by Urien.
188Salisbury PlainIn Malory, the site of Arthur's final battle.
189Samson, The Isles of ScillyThe supposed location of a fight between Arthur and Morholt/Marhaus.Arthur
190SarrasA pagan city where Galahad died.Galahad
191SaynesA kingdom conquered by Arthur.
192ServageAn island that once belonged to the giant, Nabon.
193SewingshieldsA castle in Northumberland where Arthur, Guinevere and some knights were said to rest.
194ShalottAlso called Astolat. From whence the Lady of Shalott came.
195Silchester, HampshireIn History of the Kings of Britain, Arthur is crowned here.Arthur
196Silva CaledoniaeA wood in the Lowlands of Scotland where Arthur fought a battle.Arthur
197Slaughter Bridge, CornwallOld bridge associated both with Arthur's birth and his death.Arthur
198SoreloisA kingdom ruled by Gloier.
199SorestanA kingdom in South Wales.
200SorhautThe capital of both Gore and Sorelois.
201St. Govan's Chapel, Dyfed Claimed to be the location of Gawain's tomb.Gawain
202Stonehenge, WiltshireIn Arthurian Legend the stones were brought to Britain from Ireland by Merlin. Also supposedly the grave of Ambrosius Aurelianus.Merlin
203StranggoreA kingdom in Eastern Wales, ruled over by Brandegoris.
204StrathclydeA kingdom in the lowlands of Scotland during the time of Arthur.
205SurluseA kingdom, possibly the same as Sorelois.
206SyriaBrought up frequently in Arthurian lore.
207TaneborcA place where Arthur resided, possibly Edinburgh or Oswestry.
208Tangled WoodA place ruled by Valerin.
209Terre ForaineA country ruled by King Kalafes.
210Terrestrial ParadiseIn Le Chanson d'Esclarmonde, the heroine is taken by Morgan to this page, which is the Garden of Eden.
211The Pillar of Eliseg, ClwydA stone cross with a Latin inscription mentioning Vortigern.Vortigern
212Tintagel, Cornwall The mythical birth place of Arthur.Arthur
213TregalenSite of Arthur's last battle in Welsh lore.
214Treryn DinasA castle in Cornwall that belonged to Arthur according to folklore.
215TribuitAn unknown river where Arthur fought one of his battles.
216Tristan's Stone, Cornwall A stone monolith with an inscription thought to refer to Tristan and Mark.Tristan
217Wearyall Hill, GlastonburyThe traditional site where Joseph of Arimathea planted his staff where the Holy Thorn now grows.Joseph of Arimathea
218Winchester, HampshireThe site of an old table claimed by Henry VIII to be the Round Table of Arthurian legend.Arthur
Turning IslandAn island whree Nascien was placed after his rescue from prison.
TweedsmuirThese standing stones are supposedly a monument to Jack the Giant-killer.
Ty GwydrA glass house where Merlin supposedly stayed.
Ty-Newydd Standing StonesStones in Dyfed also called "Stones of Arthur's Sons." Said to be a monument to them.
VellendrucherA site in Cornwall where Arthur supposedly fought and defeated the Danes.
WalesOne of the key regions for the origin of Arthur.
WalweithaA territory that Gawain ruled over.
Waste LandIn the Grail saga, this was a land that could only be healed by the Grail quester.
WiganA town thought to be the site of Arthur's victories.
Windfall RunA place in America where Arthur supposedly drank from a spring.
WindsorA count of Windsor rebelled against Arthur but was defeated.
YsA legendary city in Brittany, supposedly submerged.
Aacena
Aachen
Aaron, Saint
Aballava | ‘Orchard’ | Aballaba
Abbey | Abaye, Abbaye, Abeie, Abeye
Abbey of Gannes
Abbey of the Adventurous Shield
Abbey of the Cross
Abbey of the Nuns
Abbey of the Nuns, White
Abblasoure
Aber Alaw | ‘Mouth of the Alaw’
Aber Deu Cleddyf
Aber Tywi
Abercurnig
Abererch
Abiron
Abiron – A kingdom.
Abiron – A knight.
Accursed Cemetery
Acquileia | Aquilea
Acre
Adimpons
Adventurous Ford | Gué Aventuros
Adventurous Seats
Adventurous Shield, Abbey of the
Aegelsthrep | Æglestherp, Aeglestherp, Ægelesthrep
Afarnach
Affalach
Affraudis
Afon
Afon Cegin Arthur – A Welsh river.
Afon Pib – A mountain.
Africa
Agardas
Agen
Aglonde | Aglode, Agloride
Agned, Mount
Agravain’s Hill
Agravain’s House
Aifaies
Alain’s Pond
Alantine
Alarie
Albany | Alban, Albanie, Arbanie
Albine
Albine – A city.
Albine – Daughter of King Diodicias of Syria.
Albion
Alclud | Aklud
Alderley Edge
Aldewark
Alemaigne | d’Alemaigne, Alemaine, Alemange, Almayne
Alentive
Aleppo | Halape
Aleste
Alexandria | Alixandre
Alfain
Alinge
Almain
Almesbury
Alnwick
Aloliqui
Alphin
Alte Montanje
Alverne
Amalvi
Amans – A king.
Amans | Aniause
Amans’ Daughters – Inheritor of the king’s lands.
Amans’ Land – Bordering Cameliard.
Ambrius
Ambyganye | Ambage
America
Amesbury | Almesbury, Ambresbury, Aumsbury
Amilion | Amylion, Amylyon
Amint
Amontsus
Amorave
Amorous | Cité Amoureuse
Amorous City – A city.
Amorous Ford – A river.
Amorous Knight of the Savage Castle – A knight.
Amphibalus | Amphiball
Anbe
Ancient Castle | Chastel Anchien
Ancient Chapel
Ancient Tower
Ancisa
Ancore
Aneblayse | Danbleys, Danebleise, Denebleise
Anferginan
Angarde
Angarde, l’Orgueilleuse | l’Orguellouse Emprise’
Angers
Angiez
Anglesey
Angram
Anjou | Angeoy, Angers, Anschowe
Annuec
Annwfn | Annwfyn, Annwn
Anoeth – A city.
Anoeth – A knight.
Anoeth | ‘Foolish Courage’ | Anoeth the Bold
Anoeth Veidawg – A warrior.
Ansgiure
Ansgoi
Antiufais
Antriadin
Antwerp
Apples, Isle of
Apulia | Apolon
Aqueon
Aquitain | Aquitaine
Arabia
Aragon | Arragon
Aravius, Mount | Araby, Aravia, Derane, Ravinity
Arbray | Arbraye
Archenfield
Arebech | Arebeth, Aresbeth, Arestech, Arestel, Aresteul, Arestueil, Arestuel, Arestuell
Arecuse | Aretuse
Arestel | Arestuel, Arestueil
Arfderydd | Arderydd
Argardas
Argayle
Argentin
Arglud
Argyngrog
Arimathea | Abarimathie, Abarimachie, Aremathie, Arimachie, Arimathie, Arimatia, Arismachie, etc.
Arise | Aisurne, Arsie, Arson, Arsoune, Arsune, Sourne, Surne
Ariste
Arlac
Armagnac | Arminak
Armenia | Ermonye
Armorica | Aremorica, Armoryk
Arran, Isle of
Arroux | Aroaise
Arrow
Arroy | Aroie, L´Arbroie(?), La Broce(?), La Broie(?)
Arsonne | Aisurne
Arthur’s Bed
Arthur’s Castle
Arthur’s Cave
Arthur’s Chair
Arthur’s Cups and Saucers
Arthur’s Grave
Arthur’s Hall
Arthur’s Hunting Lodge
Arthur’s O’on | ‘Arthur’s Oven’
Arthur’s Oven
Arthur’s Palace
Arthur’s Quoit
Arthur’s Seat
Arthur’s Stone
Arthur’s Table
Arthur’s Tomb
Arthur’s Tor
Arthuret | Arderydd, Arfderydd
Arun
Arundel | Arondel, Arondell, Arundell, Arundels, Randol, Randoll
Arwystli
Ascalun | Ascalon
Asclut
Asia | Asia Minor, Asia Major
Aspetta Ventura | ‘Expected Fortune’
Asse
Assurne | Aise, Aisurne, Arcise, Arsune, Assume, Ausurne, da Fume, de Furne, du Furne, Sourne, Surpe
Assyria
Assysla
Astolat | Ascolot, Askalot, Astolat, Escalot, Scalliotto, Scalot, Schallot
Atalye
Athean, Chastel de
Athens
Atlantis
Aube
Aufrat | Aufat
Augustine’s Chapel, St.
Augut
Aula
Australia
Austria | Estriche
Autecoine
Autice | Altice
Autun
Auvergne | Overgne
Aval
Avallon
Avalon | Afallach, Auelon, Avallon, Avalona, Avaron, Aveloun, Avilion, etc.
Avaricum
Avarlan
Avarlan – A castle.
Avarlan – A knight.
Avaron
Averre | Anfere, Anferre
Avilion | Avalon
Avon
Aylesford | Ailesford
Azagouc
Babel
Babylon
Babylonia | Babilone, Babiloine, Babilonie, Babylone
Bacino | ‘Basin’
Badbury Hill
Badbury Rings
Bade
Badon | Baddon, Baden, Badove, Vaddon
Baghdad | Baldac, Baldake, Bandes, Baudac
Baladingan
Balanton, Spring of | Fountain of Balanton, Barenton (?)
Baltic Region, Arthurian Clubs in
Bamber Bridge
Bamburgh | Bamborough
Banborc | Castle Orguelleus
Bangor
Baradigan – A king.
Baradigan – A land.
Baradigan | Baradigniau, Berennain, Litaguiem
Barbarie
Barbary | Berbana
Barbigoel
Bardsey Island | Ynys Enlli
Barenton
Barfleur | Barflete
Barham Down | Barendown, Bareon Downe
Barnerot
Baroh
Barren Wasteland
Barry Hill | Dunberry
Baruch | Barut, Baruth
Bas Castel, Li | Lo Bas Chasteau
Bassa
Bassenthwaite
Bassus
Bast
Bath | Caer-Badon
Batingues | Betignes, Betinges, Lestregues
Baudec
Bayeux | Beauce
Bayonne | Beaune
Beale Adventure, Abbey of
Beale Regard, La
Beale-Valet
Bealzenan
Bearosche
Beaumont
Beauregard
Beaurepaire | ‘Beautiful Home’ | Belrapiere, Belrepeire, Biaurepaire
Beautiful Forest | Bele Jaiande
Beautiful Wilderness
Beautiful Wood
Beauvais
Beckery
Becleus
Bedd Arthur
Bedd Taliesin
Bedegraine | Baradigan, Bedingan, Bedingran, Bedinham, etc.
Béearn | Bèarn
Beforet | ‘Beautiful Forest’
Bel Brullet
Belakun
Belamunt
Belande | Beliande, Bellande, Berlande, Orlende
Bele Garde | Bel Prise
Belfortemunt
Belgium
Bellegarde
Bellic | Belie, Cambenyc, Corbenyc, Lambenic, Lambenych, Lambic, Lambis
Belloé
Beloe | Belec, Belee, Beloc, Beloee, Beloie
Belvaliot | Belle Valet
Bems-on-Korcha
Benigne | Bleevine, Blenined, Blevine
Benoye | Banoic, Banoyc, Banoyk, Baynok, etc.
Benwick | Beaune, Benoic, Benewic, Benoich, etc.
Bernicia | Beornice, Bernice
Berry | Barre, Berri
Bertelais
Bestoc | Bescot
Bethany | Betanie
Betica | Betike
Bienfait Monastery | Le Bienfais
Birdoswald | Camboglanna
Bithynia
Black Chapel
Black Cross, Abbey of the
Black Cross, The
Black Forest
Black Hand, Chapel of the
Black Isle
Black Isles
Black Mountain
Black Rock
Blanche Espine, Castel de La
Blanche Land
Blanche Mores
Blancheland
Blank
Blanquemore Valley
Bleodas | Candaf, Cloadas
Bli Maradarf
Bliant, Castle of
Blois | Bloy, Bloyse
Blooming Valley | Blossoming Valley, Blühenden Tal, Flowering Valley
Blue Forest
Blwch-y-Saethu
Blyaut | Blanc, Blian, Bliant, Blianz, Bliau
Bodmin | Bosvenegh
Bodmin Moor
Boeotia
Bofois | Boffoi, Boufois
Boiling Well, Forest of the
Boillande
Bois en Val | ‘Wood in a Valley’
Bois sor la Fontaine
Bordeaux
Borderland
Borderlands
Borteramunt
Bosava
Boscastle
Bosherston Pool
Bosigran
Boskenna
Bossiney Mound
Boulogne
Bourges | Avaricon, Avarium, Bohorges, Boorges, Borges, Bouxges, Burges
Bourget, Lake
Bovaine
Bower of Bliss
Brabant | Brabaunt
Brandigant | Brandigan, Bardiga, Brandiganz, Prandigan
Branlant | Bralant, Branclant, Branlanc, Branland, Branlang, etc.
Brasil
Brattice
Breckham | Brequeham
Brecknock
Brefeny
Breguion | Bregion, Breguoin
Brent Knoll
Bresquehan | Bregnehan, Breighan, Brekehan, Brekeham, Brekehen, etc.
Bretheam
Breton Gate | La Porte Brecone, Bretone
Breuse Sans Pitie’s Castle
Brice | Brete
Bricoune Gate
Bridge of the Giant | Bridge of Giants
Bridge of the Needle
Briestoc | Cabrion, Cabron
Bright Fountain
Brioda
Briolande | Bernelois, Briolors, Brocheliande, Brolende
Brion | Brions
Briosque | Briogne, Brioigne, Brioke, Briosche, Bryoke
Bristol
Britain | Bartaigne, Bertaigne, Bretaigne, Bretagne, Bretaingne, etc.
Brittany | ‘Little Britain’ | Armorica, Bertaigne, Bretagne, Bretaigne, etc.
Briziljan | Breziljan, Brizljan, Priziljan
Brobarz | Brobara
Brocaire | Brocaie, Brocoi, Brocoie, La Bronete
Broceliande | Berceliande, Bercheliande, Borceliande, Breceliande, etc.
Brochefort
Brown Rock
Brown Valley | Val Brun
Brue
Brumbane
Brut
Brycheiniog | Brecheiniog, Brechiniawg, Brechiniaug, etc.
Bryn Myrddin
Bucifilaso | Bucifalaso
Buelt
Bujan
Bulgaria
Burgundy | Borgoigne, Borgoine, Bourgoigne, Burgoigne, Burgon, Burgoyne
Burning Tomb, Abbey of the
Bury Walls
Butost
Bwlch-y-Groes
Bwrdd Arthur | ‘Arthur’s Table’
Byzantium
Cadbury
Cadbury Hill
Cadbury-Camelot
Caellus | Kaelluz
Caen | Caiam, Came
Caer | ‘Fortress of Carousal’, etc. | Caer Feddwid, Caergai etc.
Caer Brythwch – A city.
Caer Calemion – Perhaps Camelot?
Caer Dathal-Math – Home of some of Arthur’s warriors.
Caer Fanddwy – An alternate name for Annwn.
Caer Feddwid – A nickname for Annwn.
Caer Gai – A place where Arthur was raised.
Caer Goludd – An alternate name for Annwn.
Caer Greu – Peredur and Gwrgi were killed here.
Caer Llundein – London.
Caer Nefenhyr Nine-Teeth – A city.
Caer Ochren – An alternate name for Annwn.
Caer Oeth – A city.
Caer Pedryfran – A nickname for Annwn.
Caer Rigor – An alternative name for the Fort of Carousal.
Caer Se – A city.
Caer Seint – The Roman fort of Segontium.
Caer Siddi – The Otherworld Fort of Carousal.
Caer Vandwy – A castle.
Caer Wydyr – A glass fort.
Caerlaverlock | ‘Fort Lark’
Caerleon | Caer Llion, Caerleon-on-Usk, Caerlion, Carlion, etc.
Caerliudcoit | Lindocolinum
Caernarfon
Cahors
Caichester | Kaichester
Cairo
Caithness | Caitnes, Gallaibh
Caitis, Tertre as
Calabria | Kalabrois
Calamine Valley | Galamine
Calaz
Calcydon | Calcedoyne, Calcidoine, Calidoine
Caledon | Aledon, Caledonia, Caledoniae, etc.
Caledon Wood | Aledon, Caledonia, Caledoniae, etc.
Caleph | Kaleph
Caleque | Kalec
Calfle
Callington
Caloise
Cam | ‘Crooked’
Camaalis
Cambenet | Cambenic
Cambenic | Ambenic, Cambanyk, Cambenec, Cambenek, Cambenet, etc.
Camboglanna
Cambria
Cambridge
Camel | Camal
Camelford
Cameliard | Camelide, Camilyard, Carmalide, Carmelide, etc.
Camelon
Camelot | Camalahot, Camalat, Camallate, Camalot, Camelotto, etc.
Camelot Forest
Camengues | Camugnes, Caraigues, Taumdes, Tamingres
Camlann | Cambala, Camball, Camblan, Cambul, etc.
Camlet Moat
Campacorentin | Camparcorentin, Campercorantin, Campercorentin, etc.
Campadoine
Canguin Rock | Chanpguin, Roche de Canguin, Sanguin
Canoel | Canvel
Canterbury | Cantorber, Cantorbile, Cantorbire, Cantorbyre, etc.
Capentrenalle
Capernaum
Cappadocia | Capados
Capua
Carabel | Charabel, Karabel, Tarabel, Tarabiel
Carael
Caraginale
Carahes | Caraes, Charahes
Caranges | Carenge, Carenges, Coraignes, Coranges, Corenge, etc.
Carbonek | Corlenot, Corben, Corbenic, Corbenich, Corbeniche, etc.
Carcelois | Carceloys, Cartelois, Carteloyse, Cartolius, Catheloys, Chartelos
Carcobra
Cardiff | Caerdif, Cardef, Caerdydd, Caerdyv, Kardyval
Cardigan | Caradigan, Cardican, Kardigan, Karidagan
Cardueil | Cardef, Cardeuyle, Caerdyv, Cardiff, Cardel, etc.
Cardycan
Carhaix | Camaheu, Carahaix, Carahan, Carahes, Caraheu, etc.
Carhules
Carlion, or Carlyon
Carlisle | Cardoile, Carlele, Carlile, Carlle, Carlill, etc.
Carmarthen | Caerfyrddin, Caerfyrddyn, Maridunum
Carmelide | Cameliard, Camelide, Camilyard, etc.
Carn Arthur
Carn Cabal | Cairn Cabal
Carn Gwylathyr
Carnant | Karnant
Carnedd Arthur | Carned Arthur
Carnedd y Cawr
Carnisy | Camoisin, Camoisson, Camousin, Camoysin, Carnisin
Carolhaise | Careiaise, Caroaise, Carohaise, Carohaize, Carohase, Caroiaise, etc.
Carreg Carn March Arthur
Carreg Coetan Arthur
Carreg Meibion Arthur
Carrick
Carrum
Cart Castle | Carete, Charete, Chariot, Charite, Charrette, Charroie, Charyot
Carteloise Castle | Canteloi, Carcelois, Carchelois, Cartelois, Karelois
Carteloise Forest
Carthage | Cartages
Carvain | Karvain
Carwannock
Castel de la Mort
Castel del Molin
Castel del Trespas | Le Chastel du Trespas
Castel of the Hevy Sorow | Castle of Most Ill Adventure, etc.
Castell Syberw | ‘Proud Castle’
Castile | Castille
Castle | Chastel Tenebreus, Castle Dore, etc.
Castle Adventurous – A palace within Carbonek.
Castle Blank – A castle.
Castle Bliant – A castle.
Castle Dangerous – Dame Lyonors’ residence.
Castle de la Fleche – A castle.
Castle Dor – An earthwork fort.
Castle Eden – A village.
Castle Field – A hill fort.
Castle Flatting – A castle.
Castle Gwyretheyrn – A castle.
Castle Helyn – A castle.
Castle Hutton – A castle.
Castle Joyous – A fortress.
Castle Key – An earthwork.
Castle of Boys – An island castle.
Castle of Case – A castle.
Castle of Death – A castle.
Castle of Elms – A castle.
Castle of Enchantments – A castle.
Castle of Joy – The Grail Castle.
Castle of Ladies – Greomar’s castle.
Castle of Maidens – Three locations.
Castle of Marvels – A castle.
Castle of Nestor – A castle.
Castle of Souls – The Grail Castle.
Castle of Tears – A castle.
Castle of Ten Knights – A strong castle.
Castle of Ten Maidens – Geogenant’s castle.
Castle of the Ball – A manor near Cambenic.
Castle of the Beards – A fortress.
Castle of the Borderlands – Gawain fought here.
Castle of the Deadly Bed – A castle.
Castle of the Door – A castle visited by Gawain.
Castle of the Enchantress – Two locations.
Castle of the Fens – A castle.
Castle of the Four Stones – A castle.
Castle of the Galleys – A seaside castle.
Castle of the Giants – A fortress.
Castle of the Griffins – A fortress.
Castle of the Guard – A castle.
Castle of the Hard Rock – A castle.
Castle of the Horn
Castle of the Lake – A castle.
Castle of the Leprous Lady – A castle.
Castle of the Marsh – A castle.
Castle of the Mills – A group of mills in Ireland.
Castle of the Moors – An Irish castle.
Castle of the Most Ill Adventure – A castle.
Castle of the Mountain – A castle.
Castle of the Pass – A castle in Cornwall.
Castle of the Plain – A fortress.
Castle of the Rock – A castle.
Castle of the Thorn – A castle.
Castle of the Two Sisters – A castle.
Castle of the Uncourteous Lady – A castle.
Castle of the Whale – An island castle.
Castle of Three Maidens – A castle.
Castle Orguelleus – A castle.
Castle Perilous – A castle.
Castle Rushen – A castle.
Castle Sauf – A castle.
Castle Treacherous – A pagan castle.
Castle Vortigern – A castle.
Castle without a Name – A castle.
Castle-an-Dinas – A large Celtic hill fort.
Castle, Chains – A fortress.
Castle, Dark – A castle.
Castleford | Legiolium
Cat Coit Celidon
Catalonia
Catenouse
Catraeth
Caucasus
Causuel
Cavalon
Cave Legend
Cave of Lovers
Cavershall | Caverswall
Cefn-y-Bryn
Celeca
Celibe | Caleise, Celybe, Chelibe, Collybe, Seloude, Tibise
Celice | Celise, Colice
Celidon Wood | Calidon
Celis | Celys
Celje
Cell-y-Dewiniaid | ‘The Grove of the Magicians’
Celliwig | Calliwith, Celliwic, Celliwith, Kelliwig
Celliwith
Cellydon | Celyddon
Celtic Church
Cerance
Ceredigyawn
Cerrig Marchogion | ‘The Stones of Arthur’s Knights’
Cerrig Meibion Arthur
Cerveroiche
Chaeviere
Chains Castle
Chalice Well, The
Chalon
Champayne | Champagne, Guienne
Changing Colors, Fountain of
Chanpguin
Chapel of St. Augustine
Chapel of the Black Hand
Chapel of the Boiling Well | Capele la Fontaine Boillant
Chapel of the Conjuration | Chapel of the Demon
Chapel of the Lances
Chapel of the Stone Cross
Chapel Perilous
Chapel, Desolate
Chapel, Saint Govan’s
Chariot | Cart, Charroie, Charyot
Charity of Our Lady
Charosque | Carasche, Charosche, Tarasque, Torasche
Charroie | Carroc, Carroie, Carroye, Chariot, Charroc, etc.
Chartres
Chastel
Chastel de Greomar
Chastel de l’Espine
Chastel de l’Estroite Marche
Chastel de l’Estroite Voie
Chastel de la Tor Perrine
Chastel del Cor
Chastel du Pre
Chastel en Gaule
Chastel Marte
Chastel, Dames As or Chastel as Pucheles
Château de la Charette
Château de Morgan Le Fee, La
Cheshire
Chessboard Castle
Chester | Caerlegion, Caerlleon, Caistor, Chestre, Deva
Chinon | Kinon
Chipre
Church of the Deaths
Church of the Tombs
Cicaverne | Cavernel, Ticaveme, Ticaverne, Tincaveme, Tincaverne, etc.
Cidela
Cil-y-Coed
Circular Valley
Cirenchester | Cirencester
Cisgon
Cist Arthur
City of Souls
City of the Legion | City of the Legions
City Without a Name | Citee of Nameless, Cite Sans Non, etc
Claradeure
Clarence | Clarance, Clarans, Clarenche, Clarens
Clas Myrddin
Clear Fountain of Love | Clere Fonteine d’Amors
Cleopolis
Clochides
Clogwyn Carnedd yr Wydffa | ‘The Precipice of the Carn Yr Wydffa’
Cloyes
Cluse
Cluse – A land.
Cluse – A mountain.
Coetan Arthur
Col du Chat | ‘Cat’s Neck’
Colchester | Camulodunum, Doleceste, Kaercolun
Collibe
Cologia
Cologne | Coloigne, Coloine
Colurment
Combe | Escombes
Comminges
Comper
Compostela | Composterne
Conart
Conisbrough | Cunungeberg, Kaerconan
Conlotebre | Conlouzebre, Zelegebres
Connacht | Connaught, Cúige Chonnacht
Constantinople | Byzantium, Constantinenoble, Costentineoble, etc.
Copper Tower
Corbania
Cordova | Cordewa
Cork | Corque
Cornasin
Corneto | Cornette
Cornouaille | Cornevalle, Cornewaile, Cornewayle, Cornoaille, etc.
Cornubia
Cornwall | Cornewaile, Cornewall, Cornewalle, etc.
Cors
Cosignano
Cotoatre | Cotatre, Cotovatre, Scottewatre
Craig-y-Dinas | Craig y Ddinas
Crasine | Clarysyn
Creacanford
Crenefort | Crenefar
Crete
Crimson Heath
Cros
Cross | Crois
Cross of the Fountain
Crossing
Crossroads | Heath of the Crossroads
Crudele
Crystal Isle | Island of Glass
Cubele | Noble, Tubele, Tubelle
Cucumerland
Culross
Cumbria
Cummock | Cummingham
Cuparia
Cwm
Cymentiere
Cyprus | Chipre, Cipre, Cypirs, Cypres, Cyprese, Syprus
Dacia
Dál Riada | Dalriada, Dál Riata
Damas – A castellan.
Damas | Darras, Domas
Damas of the Desert – Knight of the Round Table.
Damas’ Castle – Sir Ontzlake’s manor.
Damascus | Damaske
Dame Lyonor’s residence. See Castle Dangerous.
Damen | Thamer
Dames, Chastel As and Chastel As Puceles
Damietta | Damiet
Dane Hill | Glein
Daneblaise | Danablaise, Danablise, Daneblase, etc.
Dangerous, Castle | Castle Perilous
Darenth | Darent, Dereuent, Derwent
Dark | Chastel Tenebreus, Tembre, Tenebre, Tymbre, Valle Scura
Dark Castle – A castle.
Dark Mountain – A land.
Dark River – A river.
Dark Valley – A valley.
Darnantes | Andernantes, Arnante, Arnantes, etc.
Dauphine | Dalfindede
Dawn
Deadly
Deadly Bed, Castle of the – Near Gore.
Deadly Bed, Lady of the – A castle or a keep.
Dean
Deheubarth
Deira
Delamore
Delectable Isle | Isle Delitable
Delvelin | Develin
Demedy
Demetia | Dimetia, Dyfed
Denmark | Danemarce, Danemarche, Danmark, etc.
Dent du Chat | ‘Cat’s Tooth’
Der Kal | ‘The Torment’
Derudicanoro
Derwent
Desert
Deserted Forest
Desmond
Desolate
Desolate Chapel – A chapel.
Desolate City – The name given to Snowdon.
Dessemoume
Destrigales | Destregales, Estregales, Testregeis
Deu Gleddyf | ‘Two Swords’
Deux | ‘Spring of the Two Sycamores’ | La Fontaine des Sycamors
Deux Sycamores, Fontaine des – A brook.
Deux Voies Quarrefor – Two channels.
Devil’s Road | Chemins au Deable
Devon
Devon – A warrior.
Devon – An area.
Diana – Godmother of Nimue.
Diana | Diane, Dione, Done, Dove, Driaigue, Drian, etc.
Diana Bridge – A bridge.
Dianfer
Diasdaron
Dimilioc | Dimiloc
Din
Din Drei – A gateway.
Din Tywi – A location.
Dinan | Dinas, Litan
Dinas – Knight of the Round Table.
Dinas – Seneschal of Cornwall.
Dinas | Dinas Emreis, Dinasso, Dynas, Eryri, Tinas, etc.
Dinas Emrys – The place of Vortigern’s tower.
Dinas Fforan – ‘The Fort with High Powers’.
Dinas’ Rock – or Craig-y-Dinas.
Dinasdaron | Dianazarun, Dinazarun, Disnadaron
Dindraithof | Dunster
Dirlantes
Dissethach
Distant | Far Isles, Foreign Isles, Lontaignes Iles, etc.
Distant Isles – An archipelago.
Distant Knight – Tristan’s alias.
Dochel
Dodone
Dol
Doloreuse Chartre | La Doloroeuse Chartre, Dolorous Chartre
Dolorous | Dolereuse Garde, Dolorous Guard, etc.
Dolorous Field – A field.
Dolorous Garde – A castle.
Dolorous Mount – A hilltop.
Dolorous Prison – A dungeon.
Dolorous Stroke – It caused the Waste Land to be barren.
Dolorous Tower – A castle.
Dore | Dor
Dorset | Dorchester
Douglas – A knight.
Douglas – A river.
Douglas | ‘Blue-black’, ‘Black stream’ | Dubglas, Duglas
Dover | Doure, Douvre, Dovre
Doward | Cloard, Cloaricus, Droac
Dozmary Pool
Driaigue
Druas | Drouart, Druart, La Tertre as Caitis, etc.
Druas the Cruel – Lord of the Hill of Wretches.
Druas’ Hill – Sir Druas defended it.
Drumelzier
Dry | Ille Seche, Ille Seche du Pin Vert
Dry Island – An island.
Dry Island with the Green Pine – Island of Joy.
Dublin | Duveline, Duvelline
Duiche
Dum | Dun, Duns
Dumbarton | Alclud
Dumnonia
Dun | Dum, Duns, Esordes, Esorduns, Essondun, Essouduns
Dun Cow – A beast.
Dun Stallion – A horse.
Dun, Chastel – A castle.
Dunbar
Dundevenel | Dundonald
Dune
Dunfremline
Dunostre | Dunottre
Dunpeledur | Dunpender Law
Dunstanburgh
Dunster | Dindraithof
Durham
Dusbergo
Duscontemedon
Dyfed | Demetia
Dyffryn
Dyffryn Amanw – A valley.
Dyffryn Llwchwr – A valley.
Dynevor Castle
Dyoflê
Ealing
East Anglia
Eastland | Sorestan
Echymeint
Eden
Eden – A river.
Eden – The Grail Castle.
Edinburgh | Castellum Puellarum, Dùn Èideann, Eidyn, Tenebroc
Edyope
Effin
Egrop
Egypt | Egypte, Egypticyens, Egyptien, Egyptien, Egyte
Ehangwen | ‘Wide and Spacious’ | Ehangren
Eidyn
Eigrun
Eildon Hills
Eire
Elam | Elamet, Elmaye
Elfland
Elledi | Ælecti, Electi, Elleti, Gledi
Elmet
Emhain Abhlach | ‘Emhain of the Apple Trees’ | Emhain Ebhlach
Emperuse
Encanteors, li Castel des
Enchanted Isle
Enchanted Isle – A fictional location.
Enchanted Isle – Location of Arthur’s afterlife.
England | d’Angleterre, Engelonde, Englond, Engleterre, Ingland, Ingelande, Inghitarre, etc.
Enquiry
Entree Galesche | Entree de Gourre
Episford | Ailesford, Aylesford, Epsford
Ercildoune, Castle of | Rhymer’s Tower
Ercing
Erminia
Errant’s Hermitage
Eryri | Erir, Heremi, Heremus, Herir, Heriri, Reir
Escaloine
Escalon li Tenebreux | Chastel Tenebreux, Escalon li Aaisies, Escalon li Envoisies, Escalon the Dark
Escalone
Escavalon | Acabalon, Ascalun, Cabalon, Catonais, Catonois, Cavalon, Cavillon, Escabalon, etc.
Escoce | Escoche, Escolte, Escosce, Scote
Escose | Escoce, Escoche, Escolte, Escosce, Scote
Espine – A forest.
Espine – Two castles.
Espine | Castel Lespine, Castel Thome, Castell de Lespine, Chastel de l’Espine, etc.
Espine, la Blanche – A castle.
Espinoie | ‘Thicket’ | Forest of Lespinoye, La Forest del Espinoie
Essex | Eastsex
Esterbury
Estrake
Estral | Destraus, Estraus
Estrangor | Aesclamor, Eastrangore, Estraigorre, Estrangoire, Estrangore, etc.
Estre-Gales | Estregales
Estremores | Destramors, Estremors
Estriguel
Ethiopia | Ethyope
Ethnise
Etna, Mount
Euphrates | Eufraite, Eufrate, Eufraten
Europe the Large
Evalachin | Alongines, Lachin, Valacin, Valencin
Everwic
Evroic
l’Estroite Marche | ‘The Narrow March’ | The Streite Marche
l’Estroite Voie, le Chastel de
Faerie | Faérie
Fair Guard | Belle Garde, Belle Regarde
Fair Heath | Landabele
Fairies Fountain | Fontaine as Fées
Fairy Isle
Fairy Land
Fairy Rock
Fairyland
Falerne – A city.
Falerne | Palerne, Salegne, Salergne, Salerne, Salerno
Falerne, La – A castle.
Falga
Falkirk
Falonorsa
Famagusta | Famacoste
Farinioch
Faux Amants, Val des
Fearless Keep
Fearsome Vale
Feimurgan
Felon Castle
Fer | ‘Fire’
Ferelois
Fermoracco della Piemontana
Ferntown
Ffotor
Ffynnon Cegin Arthur
Field of the Lion | Champ del Lion
Field of the Silks
Field of the Tent
Finecoce
Fir Forest | Sapine
Flanders | Flandres, Flaundrys
Flandrisborg
Flanmesgues | Flamingue, Flavinghe, Flavingue, Floene
Fleche, Castle de la
Fleventan
Floego
Flordemunt
Florega | Floego
Florence
Florence – A city.
Florence – Knight of the Round Table.
Floudehueg | Flodece, Flodehug, Flori de Heieng, Flou de Huenegue
Flowers of the Wilderness
Fluratrone
Foix | Foise
Fontaine aux Fees, La | Fontaine as Fees
Fontaine Boillant, La | Fontaine qui Boilloit
Fontaine des Deux Sycamores
Fontaine des Deux Sycamors
Fontaine, La
Fontane la Salvæsche | ‘Wild Fountain’
Ford of Adventures | Gué d’Aventures
Ford of Blood | Gués del Sanc
Ford of the Forest | Aigue de la Forest
Ford of the Woods
Forei
Foreign Land | La Terre Forraine, La Terre Foraine, Strange Land
Foreign Port
Forest Aventureuse, La
Forest des Quatre Pilers | ‘Forest with Four Pillars’
Forest Desvoiable
Forest Gastee, La
Forest of Adventures
Forest of Brambles | Forest de l’Espinoie
Forest of Darnantes | Forest of Danantes
Forest of Misadventures
Forest of No Return | Forest Sans Retour, Lost Forest
Forest of Serpents
Forest of Shadows
Forest of the Boiling Well
Forest of the Pine
Forest of the Three Perils
Forest Perdue
Forest Perilleuse
Forest Salveage, La
Forest, la Gaste, Aventurosse
Forest, la Gaste, Soutaine
Forest, Waste
Fors Graviers
Fort | Caer Wydyr
Fort of Carousal – A castle.
Fort of Glass – A city.
Forth, Firth of
Fortress
Fortress – A castle.
Fortress of Marvels – A fortress.
Fortune
Fortune – A castle.
Fortune – Often a woman.
Fountain of Adventures
Fountain of Changing Colors
Fountain of Guiron the Courteous
Fountain of Infertility
Fountain of Marvels
Fountain of the Dragon
Fountain of the Lion
Fountain of the Pine
Fountain of the Shade
Fountain of the Silver Pipe
Fountain of the Stag
Fountain of the Truth of Love
Fountain of Valesca
Fountain of Youth
Four Stones, Castle of
Fowey
France | Francia, Fraunce, Frauns, Gaul, Gallia
Franchise Tristan
Frans | Destrans, Destraus, Estrans
Freeborough Hill
Fregolo
Fregulla Vittorioso
Fres Marés | ‘Fresh Pond’
Friesland | Fres, Frisia
Friuli
Fyfnnon Fawr | ‘Our Lady’s Well’
Gadara
Gael
Gagunne
Gahart
Gaheviez
Gaihom | Gahone, Gailhom, Gaion, Garam, Gohorre, Gohorru, Gorhan, Gorhom
Gais | Gais Chasteaus
Galabes | Alaban
Galacia
Galafort | Galefort
Galahad’s Fountain
Galahad’s Miracle
Galanton | Galecon, Galenton, Garantan, Garanton, Guillenton
Galatone | Galatoute, Leguechocie, Leguentone, Leguetone
Galdon Castle | Gaidon, Galadon, Galedon
Galeche | Porte Galesche
Galede | Galide
Galenice | Galeince, Galence
Gales | Gale, Galet, Galez, Galles, Galoes, etc
Galicia | Galice, Galise, Galys
Galigant | Galigans
Galilee | Galile
Galloway | Galeway, Galoee, Galvoie, Walweitha, Walweithe
Galone | Les Marces de Galone, Galnoye, Galonne, Galoyne
Galone, Outre les Marches de | Outre les Marces
Galore | Gailore, Galoire, Galorre, Golorre, Lagloire
Galore, les Vals de | Coleri, Colorre, Galorre
Galway – A castle.
Galway – A region of Ireland.
Galway | Gallway, Galvoie
Gamon | Ganion
Ganarew | Generth, Generon, Genereu
Gandine
Ganges
Ganis, Abbey of
Ganis, Castle of
Gannes | Gaines, Ganys, Gaunes, Gausnes, Gawnes
Ganves | Gamvis, Kanves
Garadigan
Garadigas
Garantan
Garbano
Gargalco
Garles | Gales
Garloth | Garelot, Garloc, Garlot
Garnantz
Garno
Garth Grugyn
Gasan | Garam, Gazan
Gascony | Gascoigne, Gascoyne, Gaskoyne
Gaste Capiele
Gaste Forest Soutaine
Gaste Terre
Gaudin
Gaul | Galijus, Gallone, Gallya, Gaule, Gaulle, Gauloise, Gawl, Gawle
Gauna
Gauriun
Gaut Destroit
Gaut Parfont | Castell of the Depe Slade, Chastel of the Deepe Slade, Chastel Val Parfont
Gavony
Gay Castle | Gais Chasteaus
Gazel
Gazewilte | Carewilte, Gaberwilte, Gaborwilte, Gaelicet, Galeince, Galenice, Galewilte, etc.
Gedeorde
Generon
Gennes | Genes
Gennewis | Genewis
Genoa | Gene
Germany
Germany – A country.
Germany, Emperor of – Father of Fenice.
Gernemue
Giant’s Cross
Giant’s Dance
Giant’s Fountain
Giant’s Isle | Giant’s Rock
Giant’s Knoll
Giant’s Ring
Giant’s Rock
Giant’s Tower
Gibel
Gippa
Gisors
Gitedrano
Gladet
Glait Castle
Glamorgan | Glamour, Glomorgan, Gwynllyg
Glasgow | Glaschu, Glesca
Glass Bridge
Glastonbury | Glasenbury, Glashenburye, Glassthenbery, Glastonbery, Glastynbury, Glestingaburg
Glastonbury Abbey
Glastonbury Cross
Glastonbury Grave
Glastonbury Thorn
Glastonbury Tor
Glastonbury Zodiac
Glay | Glannes, Urglay
Glein | Glem, Gleni
Glenthorne
Glenvissig
Glevedin
Glevesing | Glywysing
Gloeven | Gloant, Gloevant, Gloevent, Gloeventl, Gloovent, Gloucuen, Gloovent
Glois
Glorinde | Gelde, Gloride
Gloucester | Caer-Glou, Caer Loyw, Glevum, Gloucestre
Glouchedon | Glacedon, Glevum, Glocedon, Glocedun, Gloceidon, Glocedoine, Glocedun, Glochedon
Glunplouch
Glyn Arthur
Glynn Ystun
Godarre
Godelonte | Gadelore, Godelonte Narrows, Godeloure, Godereile, de l’Ewe
Godorson | Gadaine, Gadarre, Gadore, Godoare, Godoarre, Godosaire, Godorsone, Goidoure
Gog and Magog | Goemagot, Gogmagog
Gohenet
Gohort
Golden Isle | Golden Island, Ile d’Or
Gomeret | Gomere, Gomoret, Gomorret, Gomet, Gormeret, Goumere, Goumeret
Good Adventure | Abbey of the Good Adventure, Biele Adventure
Good Deed
Goothe | Gooth
Gore | Conte de Gorre, Due de Gor, Goirre, Gor, Gorre, Gors, Gourre
Gorriende
Gorrun
Gorsedd
Goss Moor
Got | Gher, Goth
Gothland | Gotland, Guthland, Gutland
Grace
Graherz
Grail Castle | Carbonek, Corbenic
Grail Kingdom
Grande Disio
Granland
Grasslands and Giants
Grausen
Gray Stone | Llech Las
Grazing Grounds | Grazing Fields, Land of the Grazing Grounds
Great Spirits Spring
Greece | Grece, Gresse
Green Chapel
Green Island
Green Meadow
Green Wood | Bois Verdoyant, Busco Verdulant
Greenan Castle
Greenland | Kalaallit Nunaat
Grimsby
Grocland
Grotte d’Artus
Grove
Growing Lookout
Guendeborc
Guendebrot | Gonedebore, Gouendeliore, Gouuendeborre, Govendeliore, Jeudeborre
Guienne | Gyane
Guindoel | Gindiel, Granidel, Graniedel, Guidel, Ragindel, Raginel, Raguindel
Guinnon | Guinnion, Gurnion
Guinoch
Guisinant
Guitshire
Guzilagne
Gwales
Gwent
Gwerthrynion
Gwynedd | Gwynned
Gwynessi
Gwynllywg
Hainault | Hainaut
Hall of Statues
Hansac
Hante
Hard Rock
Hardole | Ladol, Radole, Rodole
Harpe, Castel de – A castle.
Harpe, Castel de | Harp Castle, Herpe
Hart Fell
Hebrides
Hedged Manor
Hel Tor
Hell
Help the Poor | Help for the Poor, Secors as Povres
Hemelian | Emelianz, Emelyant, Hemelians
Hen Ogledd, Yr| ‘Old North’
Hereford | Herford
Hergin
Hermit de Plaisseis | Hermite de Plessis
Hermit’s Cross
Hermit’s Spring | Fontaine a’Ermite
Hermitage | Ermitage
Hermitage of the Cross
Hermitage of the Hedge
Hermitage of the Mount
Hewin, Castle
Hidden Island
High Rock
High Walls | Haus Murs, Haut Moor, Haut Mur, Haute More
High Wild Forest
High Wood
Highlands of Hell
Higworth
Hill Castle
Hill of the Cat | Mons du Chat, Mont du Chat
Hill of the Spring
Hill of Wretches
Hoddam | Hoddem
Holland
Holy Cemetery
Holy Island of Saint Cuthbert
Holy Land
Hongrefort | Hungerford
Hoselice – A Saxon kingdom.
Hoselice – Wales.
Hoselice | Cocelice, Haucelice, Hocelice, Hoceliche, Hoelice, Hofelice, etc.
Hossent
House of Holiness
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House of Religion
House of Riches
House of Temperance
Hueil’s Stone
Humber – A river.
Humber – Leader of Huns.
Humber | Hombre, Honbre, Humbre, Ombre
Hungary | Bougrie, Hongherie, Hongrie, Honguerie, Hungre, Hungri, Hungrie
Hunting Causeway
Hurbise
Hutton, Castle
Hwicce
Hyrcania | Ertayne, Irritaine
Iath n’Anann
Ibaritun
Iceland | Yselond, Ysland
Idumea
Igangsol
Igres
Ille
Ille des Merveilles
Ille Tornoiant
Illes
Illes Estrange
Illes of Battles
Illes Perdue
Illes, les Daerraines | Dereines Isles de la Grant Bretaigne, Isles de Jedares, Isles d’Orient
Illyricum
Impenetrable Forest
India | Grand Ynde, Inde
Indrawing Seas
Ineen
Ingagel | Ingegal
Inglecele
Inglewood | Englewood, Ingleswood
Inscribed Stone
Iona – A warrior.
Iona – An island.
Iona | Innisnam Druidbneach
Ipotente
Ireland | Erlandi, Ierlande, Illande, Irlande, Irlaunde, Irlonde, Irois, Orlandeia, Uande, etc.
Irish Bridge
Isca Legionis | Isca Legionum
Isenland
Iseterre | Iserterre
Iseult’s Ford
Island of Battles
Island of Beautiful Maidens | Ile as Puceles Beles
Island of Fairies | Isle aux Phees
Island of Glass | Isle de Voirre
Island of Honey
Island of Joy
Island of Maidens | Isle of Virgins
Island of Marvels | Isle de Merveilles
Island of Need | Isle Souffroitose
Island of Plenty | Isle Plenteürose
Island of Servitude
Island of the Elephants
Island of the Fountain
Island of the Mighty
Island of the Two Brothers
Island that Floats | Ile Qui Flote
Island Without a Name
Island, Hidden
Islay
Isle Estrange | Estrangor, Estrangot, Lo Leu Estrange
Isle of Anglesey
Isle of Apples
Isle of Honey
Isle of Life
Isle of Longtains
Isle of Maidens
Isle of Man | Falga, Mana, Manaw, Manu
Isle Perdue
Isle, The
Israel
Issoudun | Dun-Issout, Esordes, Esorduns, Essondun, Essouduns
Itolac
Iturea
Jaffa | Jaffe
Jagent
Jakobsland
Janfrüege
Janfuse
Jemsetir
Jeraphin
Jerusalem | Jherusalem
Joflanze
Joraphas
Jordan – A river.
Jordan – Chamberlain.
Jordan | Iordains, Iordànes, Iurdains, Jordain, Jordanus, Nahr al-Urdun, Yarden
Joy of the Court | Garden of Joy, Joie de la Cort, Joy of the Garden, Schoydelakurt
Joyous Garde | Douleureuse Garde, La Dolorous Garde, Dolorous Gard, etc.
Joyous Isle
Judgement Field
Julius the Martyr
Jutland
Kaheti
Kalet | Baale, Calec, Calet, Cole, Karelet
Kalot Enbolot
Kamerie | Kameric, Karmerie
Kanadic | Kanedic
Kanvoleis | Kanvoleiz
Karadigan | Chastel de Karadigan, Karadigans, Karadigant
Karamphi
Karedonas
Karinlisborg
Karke
Karmil
Karminal
Karneis
Karonica
Karrabel
Katelange | Katelangen
Katerac
Kelliwic | ‘Woodland’ | Celliwig, Kelliwig
Kelly Rounds
Kent
Kesarija | Kesanja
Key of Wales
Kibouene Pits
Killaraus | Killare, Hilomar
Killibury
King Arthur’s Bed
King Arthur’s Chapel
King Arthur’s Footprint
King Arthur’s Hall
King Arthur’s Hunting Lodge
King’s Fortress
Kingdom of Damsels
Kingdom of No Return
Kingdom of the Isles
Kingrivals
Knucklas
Korntin
Kukumarlant
Kyle
Kynke Kenadonne | Kink Kenadon, Kynkenadon
La Beale Regard
La Chaucie Galesce
La Choine
La Joyous Garde
La Lande del Quarefors | Quareforc
La Rochelle
La Sapinoie
La Tour Quarée
Lac
Lac, Well of
Lacen | Lacene
Lady Chapel
Læhtamris
Lake Bourget
Lake Diana
Lake District
Lake of Idleness
Lake of the Beast
Lake of Twins
Lake, The
Lalut | Laluth
Lamaine | Lamingue, Laungne, Lauungue
Lamanha
Lambale | Lambal, Lamball, Lambayle, Lambele, Lambelle
Lambeth | Lambehythe
Lamborc | Lambor, Lanbor, Lanborc
Lambrion | Lambrions
Lanark
Lancaster | Leescestre, Leycestre, Lincestre
Lancelot’s Tower
Lances, Chapel of the
Lancien | Lantayn, Lantyan, Lencien
Land Beyond the Borders of Galone
Land From Which No One Returned
Land Laid Waste
Land of Giants
Land of Maidens
Land of Pastures and Giants
Land of the Grazing Grounds
Land of the Horn
Land that Tristan Freed
Landemore | Landesmores, Landemeure
Landoc
Landone | Landoine, Landoyne
Landsdown Hill
Laner
Laner – In southwest Scotland.
Laner – Knight of the Round Table.
Langree
Langres
Languedoc | Landok, Langueduk
Lanorio
Lantyan
Lanvale
Lanvenic
Lanvernis | Lanerv, Lannerieur, Lauvernis
Lanverunz | Lanveranz
Lanyon Quoit
Lapland | Lappland
Latinale
Laudelet
Lausanne | le Chat de Losane
Lawenor | Lavanor, Lavenor, Levanor
Layre
Le Mans
Le Mares | Des Mares, Marasse
Le Puis de Malohaut
Le Tertre Deuee
Leicester | Leyccer
Lemuria
Lendrie
Lennox
Leoplane
Leprous Lady, Castle of the
Lerlinte
Lespar
Leu Estrange | Estrangot
Levegnic
Leverzep | Laverep, Leverop, Leverserp, Leverzep, Leverzerp, Levezerp, Lonazep, Lonezep, etc.
Li Gweiz Prelljus
Liantes
Libya | Libe, Lubee, Lybee, Lybia, Lyby
Licat Anir | Licat Amr
Liddington Castle
Lidel
Liez
Limerick | Limeri
Limoges
Limor
Limors – A castle.
Limors – A town.
Limors | ‘Death’ | Liimors, Limwris
Limousin | Limosin
Lincoln
Lindesores
Lindisfarne | Holy Island of Saint Cuthberg, Medgaud
Lindsey | Linnuis, Lindsege
Linligwan | Llyn Lliwan
Linnuis
Linthcamus | Lintheamus
Lion of the Fountain
Liones | Elionois, Leonois, Lyoness
Lionferfo
Liorlinge
Lis | Liz
Listenois | Lestenois, Listenoise, Listinois, Listonei, Listoneis, Lystenois, etc.
Litan
Little Britain
Little Ireland
Liz
Lizaborye
Llanbadarn
Llancarfan
Llancarfan Abbey
Llandaff
Llanforfael
Llanmelin
Llaxiestyn
Lligwy Cromlech | Arthur’s Quoit
Lloegr | Lloegyr
Llongborth
Llwch Ewin
Llwch Tawy
Llwyfenydd
Llychlyn
Llyn Barfog
Llyn Eiddwen
Llyn Llech Owen
Llyn Llydaw
Llyn Llyw
Llyn Ogwen
Llyn yr Afanc
Locris
Lodonesia
Logres – A city.
Logres – England.
Logres | Logereis, Logris, Logroys, Londres, Longres, Lugereis, Nogres
Loire | Leire, Leue, Leyer, Loirre
Lombardy | Lombardie
Lomond | Lumine, Lumond
London | Caer Lludd, Caer Lundein, Caer-Lundene, Laidon, Londen, Londres, Londrez, Lounde, etc.
London Bridge
London Cathedral
Londres – A king.
Londres – Capital.
Londres – Variation of London.
Londres | Londen, London, Londrez, Lounde, Lunden, Lundres
Loneley Forest
Long Isles, The | District Isles, Long Islands
Longtown
Longueson | Longe Fain, Longueles
Lonvego | Lonege, Longue, Lovege, Nolego
Lorgan
Lorraine | Loreyn
Lost Bridge
Lost City
Lost Island
Lost Rock
Lothian | Leoneis, Leoneys, Leonis, Leonois, Leonoys, Lodien, Lodient, Lodonesia, Loenois, etc.
Lotor
Loudun Hill
Lovedon | Gloacedon, Gloucedon, Lendon
Löver | Lover
Low Spring
Lower Islands
Lucerne
Ludenoit | Fin de Mort, Suideuort
Luisance | Nuisance
Lundein
Luogo Franco | ‘French Room’
Lusin
Lut
Luthrino
Luxembourg | Lusheburgh, Luxemburg
Lwndrys
Lycoine
Lyle
Lyonas
Lyonesse | Liones, Lyoness, Lyonnesse
Lyonesse Castle
Lyons