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Gray Stone

Llech Las

A location in Scotland where Iddawg, one of Arthur’s warriors, performed penance after his lack of diplomacy caused the battle of Camlann.

Llech, signifies a flat stone, a flag, in Welsh. It probably refers to the Druidical circle stones. The English league probably derived from llech, where a league was a measure of distance marked by a stone standing on end.

Breudwyt Rhonabwy | 13th century