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Iseult (Legendary character)

LC control no.no2020048033
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Personal name headingIseult (Legendary character)
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Variant(s)Esyllt (Legendary character)
Iosóid (Legendary character)
Isaut (Legendary character)
Iseult, la belle (Legendary character)
Iseult, la blonde (Legendary character)
Iseult, of Ireland (Legendary character)
Iseult, the Fair (Legendary character)
Iseut (Legendary character)
Isode (Legendary character)
Isolda (Legendary character)
Isolde (Legendary character)
Isolt (Legendary character)
Isotta (Legendary character)
Isoude (Legendary character)
Yseult (Legendary character)
Ysolt (Legendary character)
Associated countryIreland Cornwall (England : County)
Found inLa folie Tristan, 2000: page 5 (Ysolt) page 8 (Isolt; Isolda)
Wikipedia, April 6, 2020: English Iseult page (Iseult; alternatively Isolde; Yseult, Ysolt, Isode, Isoude, Iseut, Isaut (in Old French); Iosóid (in Irish) Esyllt (in Welsh); Isolda (in Spanish), Isotta (in Italian); Iseult of Ireland, also known as Iseult la belle or Iseult la blonde "Iseult the Fair"; the lover of Tristan; to be distinguished from her mother, Iseult, the Queen of Ireland, and Iseult of the White Hands, the daughter of Hoel of Brittany, and eventual wife of Tristan, who also occur in the Tristan and Isolde legend)
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Britannica online, viewed Apr. 27, 2020: Tristan and Isolde (legendary figures; Isolde, Iseult, Isolt, Yseult; Princess of Ireland who becomes the lover of Tristan, despite being promised to King Mark of Cornwall)
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