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As you may or may not know, I am addicted to the Arthurian Legend. And quite often Great-Brittan is called a different name in those books. But I can't I remember this name. Why is that? I keep forgetting and torment myself for days whilst trying to remember. But now I know where to look. In my blog. It's Albion » " the earliest-known name for the island of Britain. It was used by ancient Greek geographers from the 4th century BC and even earlier, who distinguished “Albion” from Ierne (Ireland) and from smaller members of the British Isles. The Greeks and Romans probably received the name from the Gauls or the Celts. The name Albion has been translated as “white land”; and the Romans explained it as referring to the chalk cliffs at Dover (Latin albus, “white”)."