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Where is Camelot in real life?

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Both Geoffrey of Monmouth and Chr├ętien de Troyes place Camelot, Arthur's chief court and fortress, in Caerleon, South Wales, one of three Roman legionary forts in Britain. Although the name 'Caerleon' sounds typically Celtic, it is actually a corruption of the Latin words castrum (fortress) and legio (legion).
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