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Caliburn is an early form of the name of King Arthur's legendary sword that we know today as Excalibur. Geoffrey of Monmouth's History of the Kings of Britain is the first non-Welsh source to speak of the sword. Geoffrey says the sword was forged in Avalon, and Latinises the Welsh name "Caledfwlch" (alternately "Caledvwlch") as Caliburnus. When his influential pseudo-history made it to continental Europe, writers over time altered the name further until it finally took on the popular form Excalibur (various spellings in the medieval Arthurian Romance and Chronicle tradition include: Calabrun, Calabrum, Calibourne, Callibourc, Calliborc, Calibourch, Escaliborc, and Escalibor).