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Battle of Camlan (Camlann) 537 AD, Porth Cadlan near Aberdaron on the Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, North Wales

('Camlan' means crooked bank or stream)



Porth Cadlan, the site of of the Battle of Camlan between King Arthur and Mordred
Showing rock named after Arthur's sister Gwenonwy whose son was St. Henwyn who founded the church in Aberdaron
near Porth Cadlan
Location suggested by Chris Barber & David Pykitt in Journey to Avalon Blorenge Books 1993
Near Barmouth, Gwynedd, North Wales


Cerrig y Cledd and Cerrig Arthur
Arthur's Sword and Arthur's Stone Circle
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