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Logres: for Londres is generally used to translate both the country of Logres and the city of Logres in Spanish Arthurian manuscripts.
London: for Londres is the French name for the city of London.
Londres (king): In Bauduins Butors’ Le Roman des fils du roi Constant, Londres is the name of the King of Britain after whom the city of London is named and the father of King Constantine of Britain, whom Butors calls Constant.