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In Arthurian legend, an island paradise in the western seas to which King Arthur was taken after he was mortally wounded in battle.


(European Myth & Legend) Celtic myth an island paradise in the western seas: in Arthurian legend it is where King Arthur was taken after he was mortally wounded
[from Medieval Latin insula avallonis island of Avalon, from Old Welsh aballon apple]


or Av•al•lon

(ˈæv əˌlɒn)

an island to which the mortally wounded King Arthur was carried after his last battle.
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