Camlan


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Cam·lan

 (kăm′lən)
n.
In Arthurian legend, the battlefield where King Arthur was mortally wounded.
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Noun1.Camlan - (Arthurian legend) the battlefield where King Arthur was mortally wounded
Arthurian legend - the legend of King Arthur and his court at Camelot
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Horticulture stewards Ian and Lisa Allsop, who recently opened the Camlan Garden Centre near Dinas Mawddwy, bemoaned a "lost generation" of growers.
Wrth iddo geisio torri hen goeden dderwen ar dir ei fos, Wil Camlan, mae pethau rhyfedd yn dechrau digwydd iddo.
Thus, with Thomas Malory, while on the one hand she is portrayed as an enchantress and shape-shifter, Morgan also figures as one of the three mysterious queens who appear after the battle of Camlan to bear the wounded Arthur to Avalon, 'there to be healed of his wounds' and to await the time of his country's need.
Gozluk camlan mineral ve organik (plastik) olmak uzere iki tur maddeden uretilir Gozluk camlatma kullanim rahatligi ve zararli isinlardan korunmak amaciyla ozelliklerine ve ihtiyaca gore cesitli kaplama ve boyama islemleri yapilir.
The supposed site of King Arthur's last battle at Camlan (June 23 in 537).
Contaba Kahn: "Los dos adversarios se encontraron para negociar en el campo de Camlan, cada uno al frente de sus tropas.
He said Birdoswald, near Gilsland, has long been associated with the site of Arthur's last battle, against his son Mordred at Camlan or Camelon.
Little is known of him except that he was mortally wounded (according to the Annales Cambriae ) in the battle of Camlan and was taken to Glastonbury, where he died.
Casini also served as Vice President, Corporate Strategic Marketing at Cirrus Logic; and has held various technical, field sales and marketing positions at Intel, Dallas Semiconductor and Camlan Corporation.