Post Vulgate Cycle

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List Of Arthurian Characters
... Name Other names Earliest appearance Works featured in Description Accolon Post-Vulgate Cycle, 1230s Morgan le Fay's lover Aglovale† Agloval, Sir Aglovale de Galis The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis, The Once and ... early 13th century Lancelot's father Balan Sir Balan le Savage Post-Vulgate Cycle, 1230s Post-Vulgate, Le Morte D'Arthur Brother to Balin Balin Sir Balin le Savage, Knight ... Gottfried von Strassburg, Prose Tristan, Post-Vulgate Cycle, Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur Handmaid to Iseult Bruin Sir Bruin Surnamed the Black First Named in "King ...

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