Meaning: (Arthurian legend) the capital of King Arthur's kingdom; according to the legend, truth and goodness and beauty reigned there
But Sir Bors and Sir Lionel departed, and within a while they came to Camelot, where was King Arthur.
THEN they departed, and within five days' journey they came to Camelot, that is called in English, Winchester.
This prince, accused of treason against his liege sovereign, Arthur, came to Camelot to free himself from the charge.
And so within twelve days they came to Camelot, and the king was passing glad of their coming, and so was all the court.
Thanks; and if you please Perhaps you'll kindly kneel down on your knees, As I did when I came to Camelot; So! Are you all ready?
And then soon after they departed, riding toward Camelot, where King Arthur and Queen Guenever was, and for the most part all the knights of the Round Table.
Well, said the king, let make a cry, that all the lords, knights, and gentlemen of arms, should draw unto a castle called Camelot in those days, and there the king would let make a council-general and a great jousts.
He embarked for Ireland; but a tempest drove him to the coast of England, near Camelot, where King Arthur was holding his court, attended by the knights of the Round Table, and many others, the most illustrious in the world.