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PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS NAMED IN MALORY’S LE MORTE D’ARTHUR

  • Arthur, King of Britain, son of Uther Pendragon, founder of Camelot and the fellowship of the Round Table
  • Accolon, a knight of Gaul, the lover of Morgan le Fay
  • Agloval, knight, brother of Percival
  • Agravain, knight, son of King Lot of Orkney and brother of Sir Gawain
  • Agwisance, King of Ireland, father of La Beale Isoud and Sir Marhaus
  • Alice la Beale Pilgrim, wife of Alisander le Orphelin
  • Alisander le Orphelin, knight, nephew of King Mark
  • Anglides, wife of Boudwin and mother of Alisander le Orphelin
  • Bagdemagus, King of Gore and cousin of King Uriens
  • Balan, knight, brother of Balin
  • Balin le Savage, the Knight with the Two Swords and brother of Balan
  • Ban, King of Benwick and father of Launcelot du Lake
  • Baudwin, constable of the realm, appointed viceroy during Arthur’s Roman war
  • Bedevere, knight, brother of Lucan
  • Berrant le Apres, the King with the Hundred Knights
  • Blamor de Ganis, knight, brother of Bleoberis
  • Bleoberis de Ganis, knight, brother of Blamor
  • Bors, King of Gaul
  • Bors de Ganis, knight, son of King Bors of Gaul, one of the three Grail Knights
  • Brandegoris, King of Strangore
  • Brastias, knight who becomes a hermit in the forest of Windsor
  • Breunis Saunce Pite, knight, and enemy of Arthur’s knights
  • Breunor le Noire, knight, called ‘La Cote Male Taile’ by Sir Kay
  • Cador of Cornwal, knight, father of Constantine
  • Carados, King of Scotland
  • Clarivaus, King of Northumberland
  • Colgrevaunce, knight who plotted against Sir Launcelot and was slain by him
  • Constantine, knight, sone of Cador, named Arthur’s heir
  • Dagonet, Arthur’s fool. Arthur later makes him a knight
  • Dinadan, knight, companion of Tristam, killed by Mordred and Agravaine
  • Dinas, knight , supporter of Launcelot who makes him Duke of Anjou
  • Dodinas le Savage, knight of Arthur’s court
  • Ector, knight, father of Kay and foster father of Arthur
  • Ector de Maris, knight, brother of Launcelot
  • Elaine, wife of King Nentres, and half-sister of Arthur
  • Elaine, daughter of King Pellinor
  • Elaine, wife of King Ban, mother of Launcelot
  • Elaine, daughter of King Pelles and mother of Galahad
  • Elaine le Blank, the Maid of Astolat, dies for love of Launcelot
  • Elizabeth, sister of King Mark, wife of King Meliodas and mother of Tristam
  • Gaheris, knight, son of King Lot and brother of Gawain
  • Galahad, the Grail Knight, son of Lancelot and Elaine. The purest of knights, he achieves the Sangrail
  • Galahaut, the Haut Prince, lord of Surluse
  • Galihodin, king ‘ within the country of Surluse’, cousin of Galahaut
  • Gareth, knight, son of King Lot and brother of Gawain, called Beaumains by Kay
  • Gawain, knight, son of King Lot and favourite nephew of Arthur
  • Gorlois, Duke of Tintagel, husband of Igraine who later became wife of Uther Pendragon
  • Griflet le Fise de Dieu, knight of the Round Table
  • Guenever, Guinevere, daughter of King Leodegrance and wife of Arthur
  • Howel, Duke of Brittany and father of Isoud le Blanche Mains
  • Idres, King of Cornwall
  • Igraine, wife of Gorlois and then Uther Pendragon and mother of Arthur
  • Isoud, La Beale, daughter of King Agwisance and wife of King Mark
  • Isoud le Blanche Mains, daughter of King Howel and wife of Tristam
  • Kay, the Seneschal, son of Ector and foster brother of Arthur
  • Lamorak de Gales, knight, son of Pellinor and brother of Perceval
  • Lanceor, knight, son of the King of Ireland
  • Launcelot du Lake, knight, son of King ban of Benwick
  • Leodegrance, King of Camelerd, father of Guenever
  • Lionel, knight, brother of Bors, nephew of Launcelot
  • Lot, King of Lothian and Orkney, father of Gawain, Agravain, Gaheris, and Gareth
  • Lucan the Butler, knight of Arthur’s court
  • Margawse, wife of King Lot, half-sister of Arthur
  • Marhaus, knight, son of King Agwisance
  • Mark, King of Cornwall, uncle of Tristam
  • Melegraunce, knight, abductor of Guinevere who is rescued by Launcelot
  • Meliodas, King of Liones, father of Tristam
  • Merlin, magician and soothsayer
  • Mordred, knight, son of Margawse
  • Morgan le Fay, sister of Arthur and wife of Uriens
  • Nentres, King of Garlot, married to Arthur’s half-sister Elaine
  • Nimue, the chief Lady of the Lake, caused the death of Merlin
  • Palomides, Saracen knight who becomes a knight of the Round Table
  • Pellam, King of Listinoise, ‘the maimed king’, healed by Galahad
  • Pelleas, knight, married to Nimue
  • Pelles, King of Listinoise, son of Pellam, father of Elaine, grandfather of Galahad
  • Pellinore of Listinoise, knight, father of Lamorak and Perceval
  • Percival de Gales, brother of Agloval and one of the three Grail knights
  • Priamus, knight, son of an Eastern prince, becomes a knight of the Round Table
  • Rience, King of North Wales
  • Safer, Saracen knight, brother of Palomides, becomes a knight of the Round Table
  • Sagramore le Desirous, knight of Arthur’s court
  • Tristam de Liones, knight, nephew of King Mark
  • Ulfius, knight of Uther Pendragon
  • Uriens, King of Gore, husband of Morgan le Fay
  • Uther Pendragon, King of Britain, father of Arthur
  • Uwain, knight, son of Uriens and Morgan le Fay

 

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