1. City of Souls

    A spirit-haunted, otherwordly city visited by Lancelot in Perlesvaus.

  2. City of the Legion(s)

    A city in Britain that was the scene of Arthur's ninth battle against the Saxons, according to Nennius. As in all of the twelve battles, Arthur was victorious.

    Geoffrey refers to it several times, but means it to be Caerleon-on-Usk, which was called Isca Legionis and Isca Legionum in early times. K.H. Jackson identifies it unhesitatingly as Chester, known by the Romans as Urbs Legionis in Latin. Another possibility of Castleford, which was known as Legiolium in Roman times.

  3. City Without a Name
    Citee of Nameles, Cite Sans Non, Citiť sanz Non, The Nameless City

    An enchanted city near the Island without a Name.

    It seneschal was named Sir Meliadus. The city was visited by Arthurís knight Meraugis during the Grail Quest and by Gawaine during his adventures.