Elionois, Leonois, Lyoness

The kingdom ruled by Meliodas, Tristan's father, thought by some to be identical with Lyonesse.

In the Vulgate Version, Lot is said to be one of the early Kings of Liones, which would seem to suggest that Liones and Lothian are the same. Its early history is supplied by the Prose Tristan: one of its kings, Pelias, was succeeded by his son, Lucius. Lucius was succeeded by Apollo who unwittingly married his mother but later wed Gloriande, by whom he became the father of Candaces who, in time, became king of both Liones and Cornwall.