Scots: Glesca; Scottish Gaelic: Glaschu

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and is situated on the River Clyde in the west. It was part of the Kingdom of Strathclyde after the Romans left. The capital then was Dumbarton, situated 24 km downstream. In the 9th century it merged with other regions to create the united Kingdom of Scotland.

The city was said to be a haunt of the mad prophet Lailoken (identified with Merlin).

It makes marginal appearances in several Arthurian romances.

See also
Saint Kentigern | The Legend of King Arthur
Molendinar Burn | The Legend of King Arthur
Ywaine | The Legend of King Arthur