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Round Table at Winchester



King Arthur's Knights on the Roundtable

S(ir) galahalltSir Galahadson of Sir Lancelot and Elaine, daughter of King Pelles.
S(ir) launcelotdeulake Sir Lancelot du LacArthur's trusted companion, the son of King Ban, loved by Eliane of Astolat who died of love of him, had an affair with Queen Guinevere.
S(ir) gauenSir Gawain, Welsh name Gwalchmai (hawk of May),eldest son of King Lot and Arthur's sister Morgause, fought the Green Knight.
S(ir) p(er)cyvaleSir Percivale, Welsh name Peredur, son of the Fisher King, Pellinore, and cousin of Arthur. He fought the Red Knight.
S(ir) IyonellSir Lionelson of Bors, King of Gaul, on his father's death became King of Gaul, brother of Sir Bors.
S(ir) trystram delyensSir Tristan (Tristram) de Lyonesson of King Mark (Cunomorus) of Cornwall according to the Tristan Stone at Castle Dor. King Mark moved to Brittany (Lyonesse). Fell in love with Iseult, daughter of King Anguish of Ireland, the wife of King Mark.
S(ir) garetheSir Garethson of King Lot and and Arthur's sister Morgause, brother of Gawain, mentored by Sir Kay.
S(ir) bedwereSir Bedivere, Welsh name Bedwyrhelped Arthur to fight the giant of St. Michael's Mount, threw the sword Excalibur back to the Lady of the Lake.
S(ir) blubrysSir Bleoberiscousin of Lancelot and brother of Sir Blamore who replaced him at the Round Table after he was defeated by Tristan after he abducted Segwarides' wife from King Mark's court.
S(ir) lacotemale tayleSir Brunar the Black, 'La Cote Male Taile'named 'La Cote Male Taile' by Sir Kay because he arrived in Camelot wearing an ill-fitting coat belonging to his dead father. He swore to wear this coat until he avenged his father's death.
S(ir) lucaneSir Lucan brother of Bedivere and butler to Arthur.
S(ir) plomydSir Palamedesa Saracen knight who kidnapped Iseult. When Tristan caught up with him, Iseult intervened. He converted to Christianity.
S(ir) lamorakSir Lamorakson of the Fisher King, Pellinore and brother of Sir Percivale. He slept with Morgause, wife of King Lot, and was killed by King Lot's son Gawain.
S(ir) born de ganysSir Bors de Ganisson of Bors, King of Gaul, and brother of Sir Lionel.
S(ir) saferSir Saferebrother of Palamedes, Christian Knight of Saracen descent.
S(ir) pelleusSir Pellinore the Fisher King, father of Perceval and Lamorak. He kills King Lot Orkney and is killed by King Lot's son Gawain.
S(ir) kaySir Kay, Welsh name Caison of Ector thus foster brother of Arthur, became seneschal to Arthur.
S(ir) Ectorde marysSir Ector de Marisfoster father of King Arthur, left in his care by the wizard Merlin.
S(ir) dagonetSir Dagonetjester of King Arthur and was knighted by Arthur.
S(ir) degoreSir Degore, Welsh Tegyrcup-bearer of King Arthur from 'Culhwch & Olwen' (Mabinogion).
S(ir) brumearSir Brunor the Blackwas the famous Good Knight Without Fear. He was the brother of Sir Brunor the Black (same name) who was known as 'La Cote Male Taile'
S(ir) lybyus dyscovy(us)Sir Guinglain, 'Lybeaus Desconus' Sir Gawain's eldest son, also known as Le Bel Desconneu - the Fair Unknown Sir Guinglain was Sir Gawain's eldest son . His mother, a fairy named Blanchemal, raised her son in ignorance of his heritage, so when he appeared at the Court of King Arthur, he became known as Le Bel Inconnu - the “Fair Unknown”. Arthur sent him on a quest to restore the city of Snowdon (possibly Caernarfon).
S(ir) AlynoreSir Alymerefought against Mordred.
S(ir) mordredeSir Modredtraitorous relation of Arthur.

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