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Galahad (Arthurian legendary character)

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  • Variants

    • Galahad, Sir (Legendary character)
    • Galeas (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galath (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Галахад (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galakhad (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galaaz (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Γκτ̔̈«”αϐ·λαχαντ (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Gkalachant (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galaho (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galaad (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Galaaç (Arthurian legendary character)
    • גלהאד (Arthurian legendary character)
    • ガラハッド (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Garahaddo (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Ґалахад (Arthurian legendary character)
    • 加拉哈德 (Arthurian legendary character)
    • Jialahade (Arthurian legendary character)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        Arthurian legendary character
    • Descriptor

        Legendary character
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        (aat) Knights (landholders)
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      • WikidataGalahad Offsite linkLabel from public data source Wikidata
    • Sources

      • found: Sterling, Mary Blackwell. The story of Sir Galahad, 1908.
      • found: Erskine, John. Galahad, 1926.
      • found: Morgan, Mary Louis. Galahad in English literature, 1932.
      • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, October 9, 2018(Galahad, legendary knight; Galahad, the pure knight in Arthurian romance, son of Lancelot du Lac and Elaine (daughter of Pelles), who achieved the vision of God through the Holy Grail)
      • found: Wikipedia, October 9, 2018:Galahad (Sir Galahad (sometimes referred to as Galeas or Galath), in Arthurian legend, is a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and one of the three achievers of the Holy Grail. He is the illegitimate son of Sir Lancelot and Elaine of Corbenic, and is renowned for his gallantry and purity as the most perfect of all knights. Emerging quite late in the medieval Arthurian tradition, Sir Galahad first appears in the Lancelot-Grail cycle, and his story is taken up in later works such as the Post-Vulgate Cycle and Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur. His name should not be mistaken with Galehaut, a different knight from Arthurian legend) Bulgarian page (Галахад = Galakhad) Catalan page (Galaaz) Greek page (Γκτ̔̈«”αϐ·λαχαντ = Gkalachant) Esperanto page (Galaho) French page (Galaad, Galahad, or GalaaѢc) Hebrew page (גלהאד = Galahad) Japanese page (ガラハッド = Garahaddo) Russian page (Галахад = Galakhad) Ukrainian page (Ґалахад = Galakhad) Chinese page (加拉哈德 = Jialahade)
    • Change Notes

      • 2018-10-09: new
      • 2019-01-24: revised
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