GUINEVERE

Guinevere From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchFor other uses, see Guinevere (disambiguation). Guinevere Matter of Britain character Guinevere watching the mortally wounded Arthur being sailed off to Avalon in Queen Guinevere by James Archer (c. 1860) In-universe information Occupation Princess, high queen Family Varied, including Leodegrance (father), Gwenhwyfach (sister) and Guiomar (cousin) among others Spouse Arthur, sometimes Mordred Significant other Either Mordred, Yder, or Lancelot; sometimes also others …

THE FISHER KING

Fisher King Perceval arrives at the Grail Castle to be greeted by the Fisher King in an illustration for a 1330 manuscript of Perceval, the Story of the Grail. In Arthurian legend, the Fisher King (French: Roi pêcheur, Welsh: Brenin Pysgotwr), also known as the Wounded King or Maimed King (Roi blessé, in Old French Roi Méhaigné, Welsh: Brenin Clwyfedig), is the last in a long bloodline charged with keeping the Holy …

MEROVINGIAN DYNASTY

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  The Merovingian kingdoms at their height (the Saxons and Bretons also paid tribute to the Merovingian Kings, though, at different times) The Merovingian dynasty (/ˌmɛrəˈvɪndʒiən/) was the ruling family of the Franks from the middle of the 5th century until 751. [1] They first appear as “Kings of the Franks” in the Roman army of northern Gaul. …

RICHARD III ~ (1452-1485) ~ 14th Great Grand Uncle

Richard III Plantagenet, King of England (Last King House of York and Plantagenet) (14th MGGU) 1452–1485 BIRTH 2 OCT 1452 • England DEATH 22 AUG 1485 • England14th great-granduncle Richard III of England From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Richard III (2 October 1452 – 22 August 1485) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from 26 June 1483 until his death in 1485. He was the …

HOUSE OF UNDERWOOD

Underwood-English This name is English and Scottish topographic origin, deriving from the Olde English “under” a preposition meaning “under” or “below”, plus “wuda”, a wood. The name was originally given to one dwelling at the foot a wood or literally “below the trees a forest”. The name may also be locational from three places named …