Howel, son of Iorwerth of Caerleon, appears to have been distinguished chiefly by his ferocity.
I doubt few are about the streets of Caerleon on such a night.'
I warn you all that the six kings ye gave a check to at Caerleon have taken to themselves four others and a mighty duke.
Gauvain has met a knight, stranger to him, with whom he travels to Caerleon.
Yet in a day or two I grew used to all this, and I have naught but good to say of Caerleon elsewise.
It was the custom of that country to keep the feast of St. Aaron with great pomp at Caerleon, and many another town besides.
They may be read by the curious at Caerleon, or in the monastery of St. Aaron.
Her presents came to him at the mayor's house of Caerleon, and he spent his riches charitably.
Caerleon was a place of great ecclesiastical importance and the seat of an archbishopric.
Notable instances are the plaque and ivory mask found at Caerleon.