Nightbringer | The Arthurian Online Encyclopedia

Saint Bernard’s Mount

According to the Prose Brut, Arthur fought and killed the giant Dinabuc at Saint Bernard’s Mount just prior to the Roman War.

Why the author chose to name the hill after Saint Bernard, rather than use the familiar Mont-Saint-Michel, is unclear.

Prose Brut | Late 13th century to late 15th century
”The Legend of King Arthur” | 16th century