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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
(Celtic: caer, fortress; Latin: legionum, of the legions: from its being the headquarters for over 200 years of the Roman Second Legion)
Town, Monmouthshire, England, on Usk River, associated with the legends of King Arthur. It was the seat of a bishopric, afterwards transferred to Saint Davids. In 973King Edgar was rowed by eight kings at Caerleon. The remains of a Roman amphitheater are to be found here.
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Entry for 'Caerleon'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/c/caerleon.html. 1910.
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