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(Arthurian legend) the battlefield where King Arthur was mortally wounded

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Then at the Battle of Camlann, Arthur fell, mortally wounded, and was borne away to the mythical land of Avalon.
an allusion to the snake-bite which, according to Malory, initiates the Battle of Camlann, in which Arthur is killed:
The Annales Cambriae also mention Arthur's victory at Mons Badonicus (516) and record the Battle of Camlann (537), "in which Arthur and Medraut fell.
Legend tells that Arthur was fatally wounded in a battle against his illegitimate son Mordred during the Battle of Camlann.
Glastonbury Abbey has been taken to be the Isle of Avalon, where Arthur was said to have gone to be healed of his wounds following the Battle of Camlann in 537.