The twelve battles which Arthur is said to have fought all fit with specific Scottish sites particularly those mentioned in contemporary annals and the battle of Badon which has caused so much difficulty for those seeking to show Arthur as having lived in the West of England. Camlaan is quite probably Camelon near Falkirk on the Forth.
Possible Locations include:
1, “in ostium fluminus quod vocatur Glen” = River Glen, near Loudon, Ayrshire
2-5, “super aliud flumen quod dicitur Dubglas et est in regione Linnius” = the Douglas river, in Lennox, near Loch Lomond.**
6, “super flumen quod vocatur Bassas“= Dunipace, Falkirk
7, “Cat Coit Caledon“= the Caledonian wood = Ettrick Forest
8, “in castello Guinnion” = poss. Gwaedol = Wedale = Stow of Wedale
9, “in urbe Leogis qui Britannice Kairlium dicitur” = Dumbarton
10, “in litore fluminus quod vocatur Treurit” in Welsh Tratheu Trywruid, cf.
Werid an old Brythonic name for the Forth = Carse of Stirling
11, Mynydd Agnedd= Edinburgh
12, Mount Badon = Bowden Hill, Linlithgow
** another possibility is the Douglas Water which runs from Glenbuck, near Muirkirk in Ayrshire, past the slopes of the ancient fire-site, Tinto Hill and joins the River Clyde not far from Lanark