Accolon of Gaul
Accolon of Gaul In Arthurian legend, a knight loved by Morgan le Fay, sister and enemy of King Arthur. Morgan ...
Acheflour In some Arthurian legends, mother of Perceval and sister of King Arthur. She was married to Bliocadrans, one of ...
Agretes In Arthurian legend associated with the Holy Grail, a king of Camelot who pretended to be a Christian but ...
Angarad of the Golden Hand
Angarad of the Golden Hand In Arthurian legend, a lady at the court of King Arthur who is loved by ...
Argante Silver Classification: Arthurian Argante, the Silver Queen, appears only once in surviving Arthurian sources, where she is identified as ...
Avalon (island of apples) In Arthurian legend Elysium, where, according to some accounts, King Arthur still lives. He was transported ...
Dagonet In Arthurian legend, King Arthur’s fool. One day Sir Dagonet came to Cornwall with two squires. As they drew ...
Edyrn In Arthurian legend, son of Nudd, who ousted Yniol from his earldom and tried to win Enid, the earl’s ...
Excalibur is King Arthur’s magical SWORD that was given to him by VIVIANE, THE LADY OF THE LAKE. After Arthur’s ...
Galahad (hawk of battle) In Arthurian legend, the purest and noblest knight, son of Lancelot and Elaine, who seeks the ...
Igraine (Igerna, Igerne, Ygerne) In Arthur- ian legend, mother of King Arthur and wife of Gorlois, lord of Tintagel Castle ...
Merlin is the archetypal Wizard of Arthurian lore. Merlin is a Latinized version of the Welsh myrddin. His exact origins ...
Mordred, Sir (Medraut, Medrawd) A historical figure who, according to tradition, was the youngest son of Queen Morgause of Orkney ...
Morgan Le Fay
Morgan le Fay (bright, great fairy) In Arthurian legend, a witch, the sister or half sister of King Arthur, who ...
Viviane, the Lady of the Lake
Viviane, the Lady of the Lake In Arthurian lore the lover of the wizard MERLIN and his most able pupil ...
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