Loch Lomond

Scottish Gaelic: Loch Laomainn | ‘Lake of the Elms’
Lake Lomond, Lumine, Lumond

A loch in west central Scotland, notable for its many islands and rivers, where Arthur – with the help of Cador and Hoel – defeated an army of Picts and Scots.

The barbarians fortified themselves on the lake’s sixty islands, but Arthur simply surrounded the lake, denied them food, and starved them to defeat. King Gillomaur of Ireland attempted to save the Picts and Scots, but he was also defeated by Arthur. After this battle, the northern barbarians acquiesced to Arthur’s power and became his vassals.