The Seventh Battle of King Arthur at Celidon Wood

Nennius adds that Celidon Wood was called "Cat Coit Celidon" by the Britons.

Caledonia is an old name for Scotland, and this wood covered an ill-defined area from north of the border up to the mouths of the Clyde and Tweed. J

The Battle in the Celidon Wood could have taken place at almost anywhere within this area. Town of Drumelzier on the River Tweed appears to be a number of peoples candidate.

The Battles of King Arthur