Lady of the Lake (disambiguation)
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The Lady of the Lake is the name of several related characters in the Arthurian legend.
Lady of the Lake can also refer to:
- USS Lady of the Lake (1813), a United States Navy schooner that participated in the War of 1812
- Lady of the Lake (steamboat), a steamboat built in 1897 at Seattle, Washington, later rebuilt and renamed Ruth
- Lady of the Lake, a steamboat on Lake Ontario launched 1842. Commanded by capt. J.J. Taylor
- Lady of the Lake, a steamboat built on Anderson Lake, BC, Canada in 1860
- Lady of the Lake (brig), an Aberdeen-built brig which sank in 1833
- Lady of the Lake, excursion vessel on Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Hull constructed by Dubuque (Iowa) Boiler Works, and remainder of vessel construction completed by Gage Marine Corp. (Williams Bay, Wisconsin) in 1963. Currently in passenger excursion service. Citation: Capt. Tim Caufield (2012)
- The Lady of the Lake (poem), a poem by Sir Walter Scott
- "Lady of the Lake", a song by the British band Rainbow, on the album Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
- "Lady of the Lake", a song by the British band Jade Warrior, on the album Last Autumn's Dream
- The Lady of the Lake (film), a 1928 British film
- The Lady of the Lake, the ninth episode of season two of the BBC drama Merlin
- La donna del lago, an opera by Gioachino Rossini based on the Scott poem
- "Lady of the Lake" (Jewel Riders), an episode of the animated television series Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders
- Lady of the Lake (book), a novel by Polish fantasy writer Andrzej Sapkowski
- The Speeches at Prince Henry's Barriers or The Lady of the Lake, an alternate title for British playwright Ben Jonson's masque The Speeches at Prince Henry's Barriers
- Lady of the Lake (Once Upon a Time), a 2012 ABC fairy tale drama Once Upon A Time episode.
- "Lady of the Lake", a non-canonical victim of the Cleveland Torso Murderer
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