Galafort, Gue de Bois, Gue des Bos, Lo Gue des Boes, Ocxenefort, Oscenefort, Osinefort, Osseneford, Oxenefort, Oxenford, Oxenfort, Oxeniort, Rhydychen, Sanefort, Senefort

In the plain outside Oxford, King Arthur had fortuitously arranged a four-day tournament just in time – though he could not have known it – for the debut in Britain of his Greek great-nephew Cligés. We may perhaps assume that Oxford was another of Arthur’s court cities.

It is said Petronius founded Oxford University, and there wrote down Merlin’s prophecies.

See also
Rhydychen | The Legend of King Arthur