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Tristan (Legendary character)

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Personal name headingTristan (Legendary character)
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Variant(s)Drustanus (Legendary character)
Drystan fab Tallwch (Legendary character)
Tristram (Legendary character)
Tristran (Legendary character)
Tristain (Legendary character)
Trystan (Legendary character)
Field of activityKnights and knighthood
Found inLa folie Tristan, 2000: title page (Tristan)
Wikipedia, April 6, 2020: English Tristan page (Tristan; Drustanus in Latin/Brythonic; Trystan in Welsh; Tristram and Tristain; hero of the legend of Tristan and Iseult; son of Blancheflor and Rivalen and nephew of King Mark of Cornwall; sent to fetch Iseult back from Ireland to wed the king; he and Iseult accidently consume a love potion while en route and fall helplessly in love; the pair undergo numerous trials that test their secret affair) French Tristan [cycle arthurien] page (Tristan; Drustanus in Latin and Brittonic; Trystan in Welsh; Tristram; figure in the Arthurian cycle; one of the knights of the Round Table and hero of the Arthurian legend of Tristan and Iseult) German Drystan fab Tallwch page (Drystan fab Tallwch; also called Tristan, Tristran, Tristram; Drustanus in Latin; Drystan, Trystan in Welsh; legendary figure from the the Arthur saga of Welsh mythology)
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