Chronicle Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204: Index of Names and Places

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Chronicle Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204: Index of Names and Places

ABBREVIATIONS: HB: Nennius, Historia Brittonum; HRB: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia Regum Brittanniae; m: marginalia; RMB: Robert Mannyng of Brunne, The Chronicle.

Aarone (Aaron, Aron): 3.387, 3.2806, 3.2893, 3.2897. Saint Aaron.
Abdon: 2.229. Abdon, Judge of Israel.
Abyrford: 3.1466. Aberford.
Adam: 1.319, 2.10, 2.44, 2.57m, 2.57, 2.1738. Adam, the first man.
Agag (Agage): 3.1817, 3.1822. Agag, King of the Amalekites.
Aganype: 2.1241, 2.1281. Aganippus, King of France, married to the youngest daughter of King Leyre, Cordele.
Aggeos: 2.1141. Haggai, prophet at the time of King Leyle.
Agneth Mounte: 2.1052. Mount Agned or Agnes, name of the rock upon which sits Edinburgh Castle.
Agrestes: 2.2613m, 2.2642, 3.99m, 3.100. Agrestes, responsible for throwing the cross of the North Door made by Joseph of Arimathea into the sea.
Agrippe: 1.203. An error for Agrippa Silvius?
Aguselle (Agusel): 3.2427, 3.2458, 3.2814, 3.3535, 3.3584, 3.3627, 3.3745, 3.3767. Auguselus, King of Albany.
Albanacte (Albanactus): 2.800m, 2.800, 2.807m, 2.841, 2.842, 2.849m, 3.2427. Albanactus, youngest son of Brute.
Albane, Seint: 3.379m, 3.387, 3.394. Saint Alban.
Albany: 2.786m, 2.801, 2.839, 2.840, 2.849m, 2.870, 2.955, 2.1045, 2.1067, 2.1130, 2.1290m, 2.1318m, 2.1443, 2.1563m 2.1564, 2.1639, 2.1752m, 2.1759m, 2.1761, 2.1980, 2.2334, 2.2672, 2.2684, 3.69, 3.141m, 3.152, 3.286, 3.293, 3.296, 3.297, 3.344, 3.750, 3.987, 3.1310, 3.2184, 3.2304m, 3.2309, 3.2415, 3.2423m, 3.2424, 3.2458m, 3.2778, 3.2814m, 3.2842, 3.3195, 3.3305, 3.3535, 3.3730, 3.3745. Albany, the ancient name for Scotland, named after Albanacte.
Albion (Albyon): 1.1m, 1.197m, 1. 219, f. 8v, 1.317, 2.1m, 2.417, 2.554m, 2.558, 2.567, 2.632, 2.675, 2.769, 2.2476. Albion, the ancient name of Great Britain.
Albyne: 1.1m, 1.16, 1.176m, 1.172, 1. 197m, 1. 218, 1.283, 2.646. Albina, mythical founder of Albion.
Alclude: 2.1031m, 2.1066m, 2.1066, 2.1979, 2.2042, 3.2044, 3.2381m, 3.2382, 3.2386, 3.2919, 3.2919m. Alclud, a city in Albany (Scotland) associated with Dumbarton.
Aldburgh: 2.2045. Aldeburgh.
Aldroene: 3.1060, 3.1087. Aldroenus, fourth King of Brittany.
Alecte: 2.28. Alecto, one of the Erinyes, or Furies, in Greek mythology.
Alfridum Beverlaicensem: 2.1689m. Alfred of Beverley.
Allecte: 3.309m, 3.316m, 3.317, 3.351. Allectus, King of Britain.
Almayne: 2.1689m, 2.1690, 2.1695, 3.827m, 3.913, 3.2679, 3.3366. Germany.
Alsynges: 2.1599. Elsingius, King of Norway, whose daughter is coveted by Brenny.
Alverede: 2.1857. King Alfred.
Ambrius (Ambrii): 3.1581, 3.1611. Ambrius, alleged founder of a religious house at Mount Ambri (equated with Amesbury).
Ambry, Mounte: 3.1905. Mount Ambri, the location of the religious house founded by Ambrius.
Amorawde: 3.2457. Amoraud, Earl of Exeter, Knight of the Round Table. Possibly derived from Amorand in RMB 1.10895.
Amos: 2.1141, 2.1166, 2.1181. Amos, prophet at the time of King Leyle.
Amphybale (Amphibale): 3.393, 3.1145, 3.3918. Saint Amphibalus.
Ampuleyus: 3. 1693. Apuleius; the work referred to by him in the text is De deo Socratis.
Anacletoun (Anacletus): 2.378, 2.387, 2.393, 2.426. Anacletus, comrade of King Pandrase.
Anchises: 2.122, 2.148, 2.158, 2.346. Anchises, father of Eneas.
Andragius (Andragyus): 2.2116m, 2.2117, 2.2121. Andragius, King of Britain, youngest son of Cheryn.
Androgyus (Andragyus, Andragius, Andrage, Androge): 2.2226, 2.2228, 2.2326m, 2.2354m, 2.2360, 2.2363, 2.2368, 2.2389m, 2.2390, 2.2399, 2.2401, 2.2409, 2.2438, 3.3286. Androgeus, Lord of London, Duke of Kent, eldest son of Lud.
Anglia: 2.730m. England.
Anne: 3.2188, 3.2508, 3.2574. Anne, daughter of Utere Pendragon and Igerne, sister of King Arthure, wife of Loth of Louthianne.
Anthenores Posterieus: 2.734. Antenor, a Trojan lord.
Antigonus (Antigonyse, Antigone): 2.377, 2.389, 2.426. Antigonus, brother of King Pandrase.
Antioche (Antyoche): 2.2571m, 2.2579. Antioch.
Appolyne: 2.765, 2.1192. The god Apollo.
Aquitayne (Aquytayne): 2.513, 3.2658. Aquitaine.
Ara Cely: 3.678. The church of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli, Rome.
Archyvalle: 2.2165m, 2.2165. Archmail, King of Britain.
Argalle: 2.1955m, 2.1955, 2.1962m, 2.1972, 2.1989, 2.1997m, 2.1997, 2.2053m, 2.2053, 2.2060m. Archgallo, King of Britain, second son of Movyde.
Argalle: 3.2449. Argall, or Artgualchar, Earl of Warwick, Knight of the Round Table.
Armoryke: 3.827m, 3.834. Armorica, the ancient name for Brittany.
Arriens erresyes: 3.659m, 3.661, 3.664. The Arian heresy.
Arrogoyne (Aragoyne): 3.2672. 3.3361. Aragon.
Arthure (Arthuri, Arthur, Arthurus): 2.1061, 3.1626m, 3.2052m, 3.2108, 3.2169, 3.2248m, 3.2276m, 3.2304m, 3.2345, 3.2346m, 3.2369, 3.2381m, 3.2381, 3.2395m, 3.2398, 3.2423m, 3.2429, 3.2430m, 3.2430, 3.2486m, 3.2514, 3.2541m, 3.2573, 3.2576m, 3.2581, 3.2625m, 3.2627, 3.2636, 3.2641, 3.2644, 3.2646, 3.2652, 3.2662, 3.2664, 3.2667m, 3.2709m, 3.2730, 3.2744m, 3.2819, 3.2947m, 3.2967, 3.2989m, 3.3017m, 3.3095, 3.3115m, 3.3136m, 3.3145, 3.3185m, 3.3231, 3.3276m, 3.3276, 3.3346m, 3.3346, 3.3354, 3.3367m, 3.3367, 3.3372, 3.3381, 3.3395, 3.3397, 3.3304, 3.3414, 3.3417, 3.3437m, 3.3437, 3.3454, 3.3470, 3.3508, 3.3526, 3.3556m, 3.3556, 3.3570, 3.3584m, 3.3605, 3.3619m, 3.3619, 3.3654, 3.3665, 3.3681, 3.3710, 3.3724m, 3.3725, 3.3738, 3.3742, 3.3749, 3.3752m, 3.3753, 3.3758, 3.3759, 3.3763, 3.3766, 3.3777, 3.3782, 3.3809, 3.3812, 3.3815, 3.3825, 3.3829, 3.3848, 3.3850m, 3.3861, 3.3863, 3.3871m, 3.3909. Arthur, King of Britain, son of Utere Pendragon.
Arvyragere (Arvyragus, Arviragus, Advyragus): 2.2506, 2.2518, 2.2522m, 2.2526, 2.2529, 2.2536, 2.2550m, 2.2565, 2.2613m, 2.2648, 2.2655m, 2.2655. Arvirargus, King of Britain, second son of Kymbelyn, brother of Guydere.
Asaph: 2.1103. Asaph, a prophet in Israel at the time of King Ebrauke.
Ascanyus (Askanyus): 2.151, 2.157, 2.243, 2.257, 2.266. Ascanius, son of Eneas.
Aschille: 3.2783, 3.3542. Aschil, King of Denmark.
Asclepiadote: 3.337m, 3.342, 3.356, 3.408, 3.428, 3.445. Asclepiodotus, King of Britain.
Askalone: 2.374. A river in Greece, where Brute defeats King Pandrase, derived from Geoffrey of Monmouth’s “Akalon,” probably an error for the River Acheron.
Assarak: 2.1095. Assaracus, son of Ebrauke.
Assuere: 2.1748. Ahasuerus, King of Persia, or Artaxerxes II.
Aube: 2.270. Alba, or Alba Longa, legendary birthplace of the founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus.
Aufrike: 2.164, 2. 486, 3.1911. Africa.
Augustinum: 2.1738m. Saint Augustine.
Augustudoun: 3.3522. Augustodunum, or Autun.
Aungoy: 3.2740. Anjou.
Aurelii Ambrosii, see Aurilyus Ambrosius.
Aurelius Conan (Aurelyus Conan)
: 3.3948m, 3.3948. Aurelius Conanus, King of Britain, successor of Constantyne III.
Aurilyus Ambrosius (Aurilius, Aurelyus, Aurilius Ambros, Auril Ambros):, 3.86, 3.1125, 3.1126, 3.1626m, 3.1783, 3.1787m, 3.1787, 3.1801m, 3.1857m, 3.1962m, 3.1997m, 3.2021. Aurelius Ambrosius, second son of Constantyne II, King of Britain, brother to Constance and Utere Pendragon.
Austria. See Ostryche.
Avalon (Avaloun, Avalone): 3.2150m, 3.2593, 3.3038m, 3.3052, 3.3136m, 3.3153, 3.3166, 3.3830, 3.3844, 3.3850m. The Isle of Avalon, also associated with Glastonbury.
Awbe: 2.1722, 3.3438. The River Allia, which flows into the Tiber near Rome; the site of Belyn and Brenny’s battle against the Romans. At 3.3438 Hardyng confuses the River Aube in Burgundy for the Allia.
Awmesbury: 3.1580. Amesbury, or more specifically the religious house allegedly founded there by Ambrius.
Azarius (Azarias): 2.1141, 2.1167, 2.1182. Azariah, prophet at the time of King Leyle.

Bachus: 2.31, 3.2872. Bacchus, God of wine.
Baldulf (Baldulfe): 3.2291, 3.2297, 3.2327, 3.2346m, 3.2346, 3.2368. Baldulf, brother of Colgrym, the Saxon leader.
Bamburgh: 2.1035, 3.2585. Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland; also called Mounte Dolorouse.
Bangore: 3.3934. Bangor.
Barbflete: 3.3357. Barfleur.
Barent: 3.2446. Barent, Earl of Cirencester, Knight of the Round Table (possibly derived from Baruc of Cirencester in RMB 1.10897).
Bassian (Bassyan): 3.197m, 3.201, 3.204m, 3.204, 3.206, 3.211m, 3.233, 3.240, 3.325. Bassanius, son of Severe by a British woman and brother of Getan.
Bathe: 2.1173, 3.2346m, 3.2356, 3.2359. Bath; see also Caerbladon.
Bayoun: 3.3711. Bayeux.
Bayre, 3.2682. ?The ancient Duchy of Bar (Bar-le-duc), France; ?Baar, Germany; or ?Bavaria, from the German Beiern.
Beaufort, Henry: 1.1m. Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester and Cardinal.
Bede (Bedam): 2.2418, 3.176m, 3.178, 3.189, 3.975m, 3.1024m, 3.1047, 3.2919m. Bede.
Bedwere: 3.2569, 3.2737, 3.2863, 3.3381, 3.3395, 3.3399, 3.3404, 3.3410, 3.3419, 3.3518, 3.3547, 3.3624, 3.3711. Sir Bedivere, Knight of the Round Table, Duke of Normandy.
Belyn (Belyne): 2.1556m, 2.1560, 2.1563m, 2.1567, 2.1570, 2.1577m, 2.1602, 2.1612m, 2.1619, 2.1624, 2.1627, 2.1633, 2.1654m, 2.1658, 2.1662, 2.1683, 2.1689m, 2.1708, 2.1713, 2.1722, 2.1732, 2.1752m, 2.1752, 2.1759, 2.2238, 3.3304m, 3.3304. Belinus, King of Britain and elder son of King Dunwallo.
Besaunse: 3.669. Byzantium.
Bewes: 3.2456, 3.3445, 3.3516, 3.3540. Beus, Earl of Oxford, Knight of the Round Table (possibly derived from Beus of Oxford in RMB 1.10890).
Bewes of Corbenny: 3.2570. A knight of the Round Table.
Bilyngate (Belyngate): 2.1773m, 2.1785. Billingsgate, London.
Bladud: 2.1171m, 2.1171, 2.1185. Bladud, King of Loegria.
Blake Chapelle: 3.3846. The Black Chapel at Glastonbury.
Bledud Gabred: 2.2151m, 2.2158. Beldgabred, King of Britain.
Bledudo: 2.2151m, 2.2154. Bledudo, King of Britain.
Boloyne: 2.2234, 3.3642. Boulogne.
Bors (Borse): 3.2569, 3.3108, 3.3134. Sir Bors, Knight of the Round Table.
Braban: 3.2681, 3.3364. Brabant.
Brenny (Brenne): 2.1563m, 2.1563, 2.1577m, 2.1591m, 2.1595, 2.1612m, 2.1626, 2.1640, 2.1654m, 2.1655, 2.1680, 2.1689m, 2.1708, 2.1713, 2.1722, 2.1732, 2.1752m, 2.1752, 2.1755, 2.2238, 3.3304m, 3.3305. Brennius, younger son of King Dunwallo, brother of Belyn.
Bretayne (Bretayn, Brytayne, Britania, Breteyne, Grete Bretayne, More Bretayne, Britayne, Bretayne Grete, Grete Bretayn, Britonum, Britannie): 1.313, 2.1m, 2.554m, 2.618m, 2.619, 2.635, 2.667m, 2.672, 2.701, 2.730m, 2.745, 2.751m, 2.786m, 2.820, 2.828, 2.834, 2.1126, 2.1285, 2.1312, 2.1324, 2.1444, 2.1495, 2.1536, 2.1557, 2.1752m, 2.1754, 2.1802, 2.1840, 2.1842, 2.1843, 2.1851, 2.2151, 2.2235m, 2.2236, 2.2256m, 2.2325, 2.2326m, 2.2333, 2.2389m, 2.2432, 2.2455, 2.2459m, 2.2481, 2.2538, 2.2565, 2.2566, 2.2571m, 2.2612, 2.2613m, 2.2614, 2.2621, 2.2664, 3.1m, 3.8m, 3.21, 3.44, 3.99m, 3.124, 3.141m, 3.146, 3.149, 3.155m, 3.157, 3.203, 3.213, 3.252, 3.294, 3.311, 3.317, 3.322, 3.379m, 3.382, 3.385, 3.390, 3.407, 3.435m, 3.439, 3.447, 3.458, 3.463m, 3.470, 3.477m, 3.479, 3.483, 3.541, 3.735, 3.743, 3.750m, 3.756, 3.767, 3.785, 3.809, 3.831, 3.839, 3.841, 3.850, 3.855m, 3.855, 3.860, 3.863, 3.890, 3.927, 3.941, 3.955, 3.961m, 3.962, 3.964, 3.972, 3.975m, 3.1001, 3.1009, 3.1035, 3.1059m, 3.1093, 3.1094m, 3.1108m, 3.1123, 3.1290m, 3.1305, 3.1400, 3.1434, 3.1458m, 3.1490, 3.1542m, 3.1607, 3.1619m, 3.1626m, 3.1767, 3.1787m, 3.1871m, 3.1902, 3.1919, 3.1926, 3.1962m, 3.1969, 3.2053, 3.2150m, 3.2168, 3.2276m, 3.2576m, 3.2579, 3.2582, 3.2717, 3.2744m, 3.2744, 3.2787, 3.2789, 3.2949, 3.3136m, 3.3137, 3.3231, 3.3252, 3.3276, 3.3285, 3.3334, 3.3336, 3.3367m, 3.3724m, 3.3724, 3.3726, 3.3735, 3.3953, 3.4010. Britain.
Bretelle: 3.2089. Britaelis, a servant of Gorloys, whose resemblance Merlyne magically adopts to help Utere infiltrate Tintagel Castle.
Brute (Bruti, Brutus): 1.232m, 1.287, 1.309m, 1.310, 2.1m, 2.4, 2.13, 2.57m, 2.250, 2.259, 2.275, 2.313, 2.326, 2.337m, 2.337, 2.361m, 2.363, 2.370, 2.371, 2.380, 2.382, 2.385, 2.389, 2.399, 2.403, 2.417m, 2.417, 2.460, 2.497m, 2.507, 2.509, 2.532, 2.540, 2.543, 2.554m, 2.562, 2.575, 2.586m, 2.586, 2.589, 2.596, 2.600, 2.604, 2.615, 2.618m, 2.618, 2.621, 2.636, 2.639m, 2.665, 2.667m, 2.667, 2.721, 2.723, 2.730m, 2.786m, 2.786, 2.819, 2.828, 2.1075, 2.1107, 2.1333, 2.2242, 2.2245, 2.2475, 3.3299. Brutus, the mythical founder of Britain.
Brute Grenesheelde (Brutus Grenesheeld): 2.1115m, 2.1115. Brutus Greenshield, King of Britain.
Brute, the grete (Boke of Brute): 2.1m, 2.2431. A Book of Brute, probably HRB rather than a Prose Brut.
Budyce: 3.1218. Budicius, the King of Brittany that takes care of Aurilyus Ambrosius and Utere Pendragon in their youth.
Burgoyne: 2.1612, 2.1646, 2.1653, 2.1654m, 3.2674, 3.3363. Burgundy.

Cadore (Cador): 3.2295, 3.2374, 3.2432, 3.2465, 3.2785, 3.2818, 3.3518, 3.3536, 3.3627, 3.3823, 3.3824, 3. 3906m, 3.3907. Cador, Duke of Cornwall, son of Gorloys, Knight of the Round Table, and father of Constantyne III.
Caerbladon: 2.1173. Bath.
Caercaredot: 3.1579. Salisbury.
Caercolim: 3.436. Colchester.
Caerglou (Caergloy): 2.2558, 2.2560, 3.134. Gloucester.
Caergwent: 2.1158, 3.1143, 3.1628, 3.746, 3.748, Winchester.
Caerkent: 2.1157, 3.1235. Canterbury. See also Caunterbyry and Doroberny.
Caerlegion (Caerlegioun, Caerlegyoun): 2.2634, 3.70, 3.99. The City of Legions, equated with Caerleon, see also Caerlioun.
Caerleyle (Caerleyl, Carlele): 2.1066m, 2.1131, 2.1132, 2.1150, 2.2003, 3.2586, 3.2919m. Carlisle.
Caerleyre: 2.1201, 2.1279, 2.1301. Leicester.
Caerlioun (Carlyoun, Caerlyoun, Carlioun): 2.1752m, 2.1768, 2.1848, 2.1877, 2.2613m, 3.43m, 3.64m, 3.1922, 3.2256, 3.2591, 3.2718, 3.2725, 3.2744m, 3.2746, 3.2794, 3.2905m, 3.2952, 3.3185m, 3.3191, 3.3337, 3.3797, 3.3864, 3.3920m, 3.3925. Caerleon. See also Caerlegion.
Caerludcourte: 3.1627, 3.2323. Lincoln.
Caermardyn: 3.1649, 3.1666. Carmarthen.
Caerpaladoure: 2.1159. Shaftsbury.
Caerpenelgorte: 2.2593. Exeter.
Caerperis (Kaereperis): 2.2502, 3.744. Porchester.
Caersegent: 3.2254. A correct identification of this location is difficult because the context of Hardyng’s reference to it is hindered by his use of two confused sources (see Explanatory Notes). He may have believed it was the ancient name for Silchester, but the correct identification is probably Caernarfon.
Caersyry (Caercyry): 3.1110, 3.2253. Cirencester.
Caeruske: 2.1752m, 2.1769, 2.1772. The City of Legions, associated with Caerleon. See also Caerlegion and Caerlioun.
Calabre: 2.1702. Calabria, Italy.
Calathere: 2.1638, 2.1971. The forest of Calaterium in Albany, where Belyn and Brenny fight, and Elydoure meets his brother. Taken from Geoffrey of Monmouth, it may derive from Calatria, an area of the Scottish lowlands associated with the Calders in Midlothian.
Caliburne: 3.2489, 3.2652, 3.2666, 3.3408, 3.3778. Caliburn, the name of Arthure’s sword.
Calidoun: 3.2335. Celidon Wood, Lincoln.
Caliope: 2.24. The goddess Calliope, muse of epic poetry.
Camalot: 3.3191. Camelot. Hardyng equates this with Caerleon; see Caerlioun.
Camber (Cambre): 2.793m, 2.793, 2.805, 2.807m. Camber, or Kamber, second son of Brute.
Camblayne: 3.3759m, 3.3760, 3.3825. The scene of Arthure’s last battle with Mordrede, which Hardyng appears to identify with the River Camel in Cornwall.
Cambre (Camber, Cambry, Kambre): 2.786m, 2.794, 2.795, 2.849, 2.1442, 2.1561, 2.2334, 2.2635, 3.70, 3.344, 3.1158, 3.1635, 3.1662, 3.1710m. Wales; see also Gales.
Campany: 2.1702. Campania, Italy.
Capoyre: 2.2165m, 2.2171, 2.2172. Capoir, King of Britain.
Cappe: 2.2151m, 2.2156. Cap, King of Britain.
Carauce (Karause, Carause, Karauce): 3.197m, 3.210, 3.211m, 3.211, 3.239, 3.281m, 3.281, 3.310, 3.316m, 3.319, 3.323. Carausius, King of Britain.
Cardyfe: 3.2590. Cardiff.
Cardynal of Wynchester, see Beaufort, Henry.
Careys (Careyse): 3.3969m, 3.3997m, 3.3997, 3.4007. Keredic, King of Britain.
Carlud (Caerlud): 2.2193m, 2.2200m, 2.2207, 3.99m, 3.2323. London. See also New Troy.
Carnarvan: 3.2590. Caernarfon.
Carodoch (Cradocke): 3.799, 3.857. Caradocus, Duke of Cornwall.
Carolle (Carolle of Geants, Geants Carolle, Karolle): 3.1871m, 3.1898, 3.1953, 3.1996, 3.2214, 3.3946. The ancient name for Stonehenge.
Cartage: 2.2351. Carthage.
Cassibalan (Cassibalayne): 2.2221m, 2.2221, 2.2251, 2.2284, 2.2326m, 2.2326, 2.2352, 2.2364, 2.2396, 2.2445. Cassivelaunus, King of Britain, brother of Lud, second son of Ely.
Castele: 3.2673. Castille.
Castre (Castre on the Walde): 2.2186, 3.1402m. Caistor, Lincolnshire. See also Thwongcastre.
Categerne (Katygerne): 3.1417, 3.1469. Katigern, second son of Vortygere.
Cateloyne, 3.2673: Catalonia.
Cathleus, 3.2469: A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Cathleus Mapcatel in HRB §156.
Cattenesse: 2.2662m, 2.2683. Caithness.
Cauntyrbyry (Caunterbyry): 2.1157, 3.1235. Canterbury. See also Caerkent and Doroberny.
Caynaan: 2.61. Kenan, son of Enos, father of Malaleel.
Celi: 2.73. According to the genealogy that Hardyng follows, Celi is the father of Saturnus.
Cerbery: 2.31. Cerberus, guardian of Hades.
Ceres: 2.27. The goddess Ceres.
Cesar, Julyus (Julius Cesar, Cesarre, Cesare, Cesare Julyus): 2.2232, 2.2235m, 2.2256m, 2.2259, 2.2298, 2.2303, 2.2309, 2.2320, 2.2347m, 2.2349, 2.2354m, 2.2377, 2.2378, 2.2389m, 2.2389, 2.2398, 2.2411, 2.2423, 3.3284. Julius Caesar.
Cesare Auguste: 2.2462, 2.2466. Augustus Caesar.
Chanaan: 1.176m. Canaan.
Chartres: 3.2668. Chartres.
Cheldrike: 3.3728, 3.3739, 3.3779. Cheldric, a Saxon who supports Mordrede against King Arthure and is killed by Arthure.
Cheldryke (Cheldrike): 3.2304m, 3.2305, 3.2346m, 3.2346, 3.2376. Cheldric, a Saxon leader, who is killed by Cadore, Duke of Cornwall.
Cherdyke: 3.1448. Cherdic, a companion of Octa and Ebissa.
Cheryn: 2.2109m, 2.2109. Cherin, King of Britain, son of Porrex II.
Chynoun: 3.3712. Chinon.
Cichen: 1.176m. Shechem.
Claudyus (Claudius): 2.2501, 2.2504, 2.2527, 2.2543m, 2.2543, 2.2557m, 2.2557, 2.2654, 2.2668. The Emperor Claudius.
Claudyus: 3.3109. Claudius, a French Knight, who joins the Order of the Holy Grail.
Clenyus: 3.2466. A Knight of the Round Table. The name is probably derived from Cheneus Mapcoil in HRB §156.
Clifford: 3.2224. Either Thomas Clifford, Eighth Baron Clifford, or his son John, Ninth Baron Clifford (see Explanatory Notes).
Cloarke, Mounte: 3.1778. The hill on which Vortygere’s castle stands; possibly associated with Little Doward, Herefordshire.
Cloten: 2.1437m, 2.1437, 2.1498, 2.1500. Cloten, King of Cornwall during the civil war that follows the death of Porrex.
Coyle I: 2.2095m, 2.2095. Coilus, King of Britain, son of Katellus.
Coile II (Coule, Coyle, Coylus): 2.2662m, 2.2697, 3.1, 3.3. Coilus, King of Britain, son of Marius.
Colayn: 3.899. Cologne.
Colchester: 3.436. Colchester.
Colegrenauntt: 3.2567. Sir Calogrenant or Colgrevance, a Knight of the Round Table.
Colflaut: 3.2471. Clofaut, a Knight of the Round Table.
Colgrym (Coligrym, Colgryme): 3.2283, 3.2288, 3.2327, 3.2346m, 3.2346, 3.2368. Colgrin, a Saxon leader, brother to Baldulf.
Colman: 1.1m, 1.197m. Saint Colman, bishop of Lindisfarne. See Explanatory Notes.
Conan: 3.1808. Conisbrough.
Conan Mariadoch: 3.792, 3.816, 3.822, 3.838, 3.848, 3.855m, 3.855, 3.874, 3.1062. Conanus Meridiadocus, King of Brittany.
Condage (Cundage): 2.1290m, 2.1291, 2.1306, 2.1310, 2.1315, 2.1318m, 2.1320. Cunedagius, Duke of Cornwall, son of Ragawe.
Connesburgh: 3.1809. Conisbrough.
Constance (Constans): 3.1124, 3.1129, 3.1143m, 3.1143, 3.1157m, 3.1281, 3.1325, 3.1792. Constance, eldest son of Constantyne II, King of Britain, and brother to Aurilyus Ambrosius and Utere Pendragon.
Constance (Constans, Constaunce): 3.463m, 3.465, 3.473, 3.477m, 3.477, 3.499, 3.503, 3.3316. Constantius, Roman Senator, King of Britain, father of Constantyne I.
Constantyne I (Constantine): 3.491, 3.505m, 3.505, 3.526m, 3.532, 3.543, 3.554, 3.575m, 3.576, 3.582m, 3.583, 3.603, 3.617m, 3.659m, 3.665, 3.670, 3.680, 3.687m, 3.705, 3.715m, 3.730, 3.732, 3.804, 3.3311m, 3.3315, 3.3320. Constantine I, Emperor and King of Britain.
Constantyne II (Constantine): 3.1052m, 3.1094m, 3.1094, 3.1108m, 3.1108, 3.1143m, 3.1762. Constantine II, King of Britain, brother of Aldroene, King of Brittany.
Constantyne III: 3.3823, 3.3906m, 3.3906, 3.3913, 3.3917, 3.3941, 3.3952. Constantine, son of Cadore, King of Britain after King Arthure.
Conwen: 2.1666. Queen Conwenna, mother of Belyn and Brenny.
Cordele (Cordeyle): 2.1227, 2.1243, 2.1263. Cordelia, youngest daughter of King Leyre.
Cornewayle (Cornwail, Cornwaille, Cornwaylle, Cornewail, Cornewaylle): Cornwall, 2.630, 2.751m, 2.917, 2.922, 2.938, 2.1020, 2.1234m, 2.1240, 2.1291, 2.1437, 2.2227, 2.2452, 3.65, 3.341, 3.799, 3.856, 3.2031, 3.2059, 3.2295, 3.2465, 3.2592, 3.2785, 3.2814m, 3.2818, 3.2842m, 3.2844, 3.2947m, 3.2989m, 3.3038m, 3.3536, 3.3757, 3.3759m, 3.3827, 3.3906m. Cornwall.
Coryneus: 2.497m, 2.505, 2.520, 2.540, 2.543, 2.563, 2.586m, 2.595, 2.602, 2.629, 2.631, 2.884, 2.912, 2.919, 2.960. Corineus, a Trojan leader, companion to Brute, and eponymous founder of Cornwall.
Coyle I: 2.2095m, 2.2095. Coilus, King of Britain, son of Katellus.
Coyle III: 3.435m, 3.437, 3.449, 3.471, 3.475. Coel, Duke of Colchester, King of Britain, father of Seynt Elene.
Cradocke, see Carodoch.
Crete: 2.71, 2.73. According to the genealogy that Hardyng follows, Crete is the mythical founder of Crete.
Creusa: 2.250, 2.261, 2.273. Hardyng’s Creusa is the mother of Brute, but in Greek mythology she is the daughter of Priamus.
Crocea Mors: 2.2301. “Yellow Death,” the name of Julius Caesar’s sword.
Cronica Bruti: 2.1m. The Chronicles of Brute, a reference to the HRB. See also Brute, the grete.
Cryste (Criste, Cryste, Jhesu): 2.572, 2.1740, 2.2459m, 2.2468, 2.2471, 2.2473m, 2.2474, 2.2479, 2.2480, 2.2483, 2.2487m, 2.2495, 2.2544, 2.2613, 2.2617, 2.2637, 2.2640, 3.18, 3.29m, 3.29, 3.37, 3.42, 3.71, 3.73, 3.80, 3.179, 3.184, 3.372m, 3.385, 3.397, 3.421, 3.498, 3.575, 3.596, 3.609, 3.651, 3.667, 3.673, 3.676, 3.694m, 3.703, 3.894, 3.931, 3.938, 3.1046, 3.2157, 3.2164, 3.2166, 3.3123, 3.3181, 3.3836. Christ.
Cumbyrnalde: 3.2584. An error for Cumbyrlande (Cumberland).
Cupido: 2.30. Cupid, the god of Love.
Curson (Cursale): 3.2450, 3.3552, 3.3643. Cursalem, Earl of Chester, Knight of the Round Table.
Cypre: 2.70. According to the genealogy that Hardyng follows, Cypre is the mythical founder of Cyprus.
Cypres: 2.70. Cyprus.
Cyrcester (Cyrcestre): 3.1110, 3.2253. Cirencester. See also Caersyry.
Cythym: 2.69. Kittim, son of Javan.

Danaus: 1.176m. Danaus, King of Greece, father of Albyne. In classical mythology he is the father of the Danaïds.
Danen Hylle: 3.2029. Mount Damen, the site of one of Utere’s battles.
Danyele, Seynt: 3.3934. Saint Deiniol.
Danmarke (Denmarke, Danmark, Dannemarke): 2.1612m, 2.1612, 2.1801m, 2.1815, 2.1819, 3.2486m, 3.2495, 3.2783, 3.3112, 3.3194, 3.3542, 3.3980. Denmark.
Danos: 2.1066m. The Danes.
Danyele, Seynt: 3.3934. Saint Deiniol.
Danyus: 2.1885m, 2.1885. Danius, King of Britain, brother of Kymar II.
Dardanus: 2.85. Dardanus, father of Eryctonius.
David (Davyd): 3.2905m, 3.2912, 3.2916, 3.3920m. Saint David, Archbishop of Caerleon, and uncle to King Arthure.
Davyd: 2.1101. The biblical king, David.
Degré: 3.2568. Sir Degare, Knight of the Round Table.
Degrevaunt: 3.2568. Sir Degrevant, Knight of the Round Table.
Demecy: 3.1661, 3.2462, 3.2815. Demetia, ancient name for South Wales.
Dephebus: 2.124. Deiphobus, son of Priamus.
Derwent: 3.1465. The River Derwent.
Detonus: 2.2146, 2.2151m, 2.2151. An error for Clotenus (?), King of Britain.
Deveshyre: 3.2378. Devonshire.
Diane (Dyane): 2.31, 2.417m, 2.453, 2.460, 2.468, 2.554m, 2.767, 2.768. Diane, goddess of the hunt, the moon, and virginity.
Didone: 2.167. Dido, Queen of Carthage.
Dynabucyus: 3.1651, 3.1652. Dinabutius, the child who plays with Merlyne at Carmarthen.
Dioclican (Dioclycian, Dioclicyen, Dioclycien): 3.379m, 3.379, 3.386, 3.577. The Emperor Diocletian.
Dioclician: 1.176m. Diocletian, King of Syria, father of Albyne.
Doldayn: 3.2782. Doldavius, King of Gotland.
Dolorous, Mounte (Mounte Dolorouse): 2.1031m, 2.1034. Bamburgh Castle.
Dolorouse Garde: 2.1036. The name of a tower at Mount Dolorous.
Donand: 3.2466. Donand, Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Donaut Mappapo in HRB §156.
Doroberny: 3.1236. Canterbury. See also Caerkent and Caunterbyry.
Dorset: 3.2378. Dorset.
Dougles, water of (water of Douglas): 3.2276m, 3.2286. The River Douglas.
Dovere: 2.2394, 2.2585, 3.2592. Dover.
Dubricyus (Dubrike): 3.1922, 3.2256, 3.2793, 3.2805, 3.2809, 3.2905m, 3.2905. Dubricius, Archbishop of Caerleon.
Dunbretayne: 2.1066m, 2.1069, 3.2583, 3.2919m, 3.1920. Dumbarton, Scotland.
Dundonalde: 3.2584. Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire.
Dunwallo (Dunwallo Molmucyus): 2.1493m, 2.1499, 2.1505, 2.1507, 2.1513, 2.1520, 2.1521m. Dunvallo Molmutius, son of Cloten, King of Cornwall, and King of Britain.
Dusze Piers: 2.524, 2.539, 2.541, 3.2786, 3.3197, 3.3362. The Douze Peers, twelve peers of France.
Duvian (Duvyan): 3.8m, 3.25. Duvianus, a Christian sent to Britain by Pope Eleuthery.
Dymyoke: 3.2078. Dimilioc, the place where Utere besieges Gorloys.
Dynabucyus: 3.1651, 3.1652. Dinabutius, the child who plays with Merlyne at Carmarthen.
Dyonote: 3.856, 3.869. Dionotus, Duke of Cornwall, father of Saint Ursula.

Ebissa: 3.1447, 3.1837. Ebissa, cousin of Hengest.
Ebrauke (Ebrauk): 2.1031, 2.1113, 2.1991, 2.2451, 3.64m, 3.66, 3.169, 3.191, 3.494, 3.1626, 3.2025. York, founded by King Ebrauke.
Ebrauke (Ebrauk, Ebrauc): 2. 1010, 2.1017m, 2.1017, 2.1031m, 2.1039, 2.1073m, 2.1087m, 2.1108. Ebraucus, son of Membrice and King of Loegria.
Eccuba: 2.131. Hecuba, wife of King Priamus.
Ector: 2.123, 2.733. Hector, son of Priamus.
Edlem: 3.2469. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Eddelein Mapcledauc in HRB §156.
Edynburgh: 2.1050. Edinburgh Castle.
Edynburgh: 3.2583. Edinburgh.
Egicio (Egicyo): 3.1024m, 3.1025. Agicius, a Roman to whom the Britons appeal for help.
Egistus: 1.176m. Aegyptus, King of Egypt and brother of Danaus.
Eldade, see Eldane.
Eldane (Eldade): 3.1609, 3.1815, 3.1846. The holy man who buries those slaughtered by the Saxons on Salisbury Plain. In HRB, one of Hardyng’s sources, the holy man is named Eldadus, a name from which Hardyng’s Eldade, Bishop of Gloucester, is derived. Hardyng’s Eldane and Eldade have therefore been treated as the same character here.
Eldolle: 2.2165m, 2.2166. Eldol, King of Britain.
Eldolle (Eldol): 3.1616, 3.1780, 3.1804, 3.1813, 3.1815, 3.1829. Eldol, Earl of Gloucester, brother of Eldane.
Eldrade: 2.2116m, 2,2117. Edadus, King of Britain, eldest son of Cheryn.
Elene, Seynte (Eleyne, Elyne): 3.435m, 3.456, 3.476, 3.478, 3.582m, 3.673m, 3.3315. Saint Helen, daughter of King Coyle.
Eleuthery: 3.8m, 3.15. Pope Eleutherius.
Elud: 2.2044. Aldburgh.
Ely (Hely): 2.2179m, 2.2179. Heli, King of Britain, son of Elyguelle.
Ely, Ile of: 2.2183, 2.2193. Isle of Ely.
Elyden (Elidenne): 3.2919m, 3.2925. Eledenius, Bishop of Alclud.
Elydoure (Elidoure): 2.1962m, 2.1962, 2.1976, 2.2004m, 2.2004, 2.2032m, 2.2032, 2.2081m, 2.2081. Elidurus, King of Britain, third son of Morvyde.
Elyguelle (Eliguelle): 2.2171, 2.2172m, 2.2172. An error for Cligueillus, King of Britain.
Elyne (Eleyne, Elene): 3.3369, 3.3384, 3.3427, 3.3430. In the Chronicle, Helen is sister of King Howelle and niece of King Arthure, but in other texts she is niece to King Hoel (Howelle).
Elyud: 2.2144m, 2.2144. Eliud, King of Britain.
Eneas (Enee): 2.150, 2.153m, 2.157, 2.162, 2.166, 2.197, 2.207, 2.210, 2.217, 2.233, 2.554m, 2.730m, 2.736, 2.947, 2.1106, 2.2247. Aeneas, son of Anchises and legendary warrior.
Engistlonde: 3.1626m. The ancient name of England: literally “Hengest’s land.”
Englond (Englonde): 1.197m, 2.673, 2.788, 2.1472m, 2.2418, 3.1626m, 3.2243. England.
Enniaunus: 2.2060m, 2.2060. Enniaunus, King of Britain, son of Argalle.
Enoch: 2.64. Enoch, son of Jareth.
Enos: 2.60, 2.62. Enosh, son of Seth, father of Caynaan.
Eopa: 3.1934m, 3.1938. Eopa, the Saxon sent to kill Aurilyus Ambrosius.
Ercules: 2.97. Hercules, or Heracles, the Greek hero.
Ercules: Columpnes of (Ercules Pylers): 2.489, 2.491. The Pillars of Hercules.
Eristens: 2.1016. Eurysthenes, first king of Sparta.
Errisyes Pelagien (Pelagiens errysy): 3.1423m, 3.1425. The Pelagian heresy.
Eryctonius: 2.89. Erichthonius, father of Troyus.
Esidoure: 3.2468. A Knight of the Round Table. This name appears to be unique to Hardyng.
Estore: 3.2569, 3.3517. Sir Ector, Knight of the Round Table.
Estrilde (Estrylde): 2.881, 2.895, 2.899, 2.905, 2.920, 2.926. Estrildis, daughter of the king of Germany, lover and second wife of Locryne.
Europe: 2.2649. Europe.
Evalache: 3.3060. Evalach, the pagan king of Sarras, who converted to Christianity in the time of Joseph of Arimathea, and who possessed the shield inherited by Galaad.
Evandre: 2.174, 2.185, 2.193, 2.196, 2.199, 2.201. King Evander, adversary of King Latyne.
Ewayn: 2.1058. Ywain, Knight of the Round Table.
Ewayn: 2.1234m, 2.1240, 2.1246. Henwinus, duke of Cornwall, married to the second daughter of King Leyre, Ragawe.
Ewayne: 3.2459. Ywain, son of Urian of Moray, Knight of the Round Table.
Excestere: 2.2592. Exeter.
Exiona: 2.129. Possibly Hesione, daughter of Leamedon, King of Troy.

Faggan: 3.8m, 3.24. Faganus, a Christian sent to Britain by Pope Eleuthery.
Fenycia: 1.176m. Phoenicia.
Ferrex: 2.1415, 2.1416. Ferrex, son of King Gorbodian, brother of Porrex.
Flaunders: 2.2260, 3.2683, 3.3365, 3.3641. Flanders.
Fortune: 1.211m, 1.211, 1.214, 1.225, 2.127, 2.322, 2.330, 2.1577m, 2.1577, 3.2262, 3.2273, 3.3779, 3.3784, 3.3878, 3.3966. Fortuna, the goddess of fortune.
Fraunce: 2.46, 2.523, 2.1645, 2.1687, 2.1689m, 2.2320, 2.2435, 3.827m, 3.913, 3.1972, 3.2625m, 3.2627, 3.2632, 3.2637, 3.2666, 3.2670, 3.2709m, 3.2709, 3.2716, 3.2744m, 3.2786, 3.3109, 3.3197, 3.3233, 3.3235, 3.3253, 3.3362, 3.3456, 3.3461. France.
Freslond (Freselonde): 3.2486m, 3.2495. Friesland.
Frolle: 3.2625m, 3.2635, 3.2639, 3.2643, 3.2650, 3.3243. Frollo, King of France.
Frye (Fry, Frie): 3.1290m, 3.1300, 3.1373. Freyja, the Norse goddess, also associated with Venus.
Frygy (Fryge): 2.81, 2.87. Phrygia (Turkey).
Fulgen: 3.141m, 3.154, 3.169m, 3.174. Fulgen, King of Scotland at the time of Severe.
Fulgyn: 2.2116m, 2.2116, 2.2118. Fulgenius, King of Britain, eldest son of Cheryn.

Gabanytes: 3.1847. The biblical Gibeonites.
Gabas: 2.1705, 2.1720, 2.1729. Gabius, Roman Consul who fights against Belyn and Brenny.
Gad: 2.1103. Gad, prophet in Israel at the time of King Ebrauke.
Galaad: 3.2170, 3.2947m, 3.2954, 3.2989m, 3.3000, 3.3008, 3.3038m, 3.3038, 3.3052, 3.3101, 3.3115, 3.3136m, 3.2170, 3.3138, 3.3141, 3.3151, 3.3556m. Galahad, Knight of the Round Table, son of Lancelot, and achiever of the Holy Grail.
Galbroke: 3.369. Walbrook, named after the Roman, Gallus.
Galeryus: 3.499. The Emperor Galerius.
Gales: 2.796, 3.1665. Wales. See also Cambre.
Galfridum Monmentensem: 2.1m. Geoffrey of Monmouth, author of HRB.
Galilea: 1.176m. Galilee.
Galluc (Gwaluk): 3.2453, 3.3644. Galluc, Earl of Salisbury, Knight of the Round Table.
Gallus: 3.351m, 3.353, 3.362, 3.366, 3.370. Gallus, the Roman after whom Walbrook is named.
Gaule (Galle): 2.469, 2.522, 2.544, 2.1021. Gaul, the name given to an ancient region of Western Europe. It is often used here to refer to France.
Gawen (Gawayn, Gawayne): 3.2562, 3.2572, 3.3447, 3.3464, 3.3467, 3.3482, 3.3485, 3.3516, 3.3545, 3.3638, 3.3649, 3.3669, 3.3746, 3.3767. Gawain, Knight of the Round Table, son of King Loth, and King of Lothian.
Gaynore (Gwaynore): 3.2430m, 3.2431, 3.2691, 3.2702, 3.2836, 3.2842m, 3.3794, 3.3890. Guinevere, Queen of Britain, wife of King Arthure.
Geants Toure: 3.3269. The Giants’ Tower.
Gedyngtoun: Prol.117, Prol.124, Prol.138. Geddington Manor, Northamptonshire.
Gellerlonde: 3.2681. Gelderland.
Gelre: 3.3364. Guelders.
Genareu: 3.1777. The name of Vortygere’s castle; it may be associated with Ganarew, Herefordshire.
Gene: 2.1701. Genoa, Italy.
Genvyse: 2.2537, 2.2550m, 2.2597, 2.2663. Queen Genvissa, daughter of the Emperor Claudyus and wife of Arvyragere.
Genyus: 2.29. The god Genius.
George, Seynt: 3.29m, 3.575m, 3.694m, 3.3158, 3.3556m. Saint George.
Gerald of Wales, see Giraldus Cambrensis.
Germany (Germayne): 2.1073m, 2.1085, 2.1096, 3.881, 3.988, 3.1246, 3.1330, 3.1360, 3.1370, 3.1485, 3.2181, 3.2306, 3.2350, 3.2680. Germany. See also Almayne.
Germayn: 3.1423m, 3.1431, 3.1498. Saint Germanus, bishop of Auxerre.
Geryn (Garyn, Gereyne): 3.2668, 3.3446, 3.3516, 3.3540, 3.3847, 3.3850m, 3.3850, 3.3862, 3.3869. Gerin, Earl of Chartres and Orléans.
Getan: 3.197m, 3.197, 3.204, 3.205. Geta, son of Severe by a Roman woman.
Geyennes: 2.2081m, 2.2081. Gerennus, King of Britain, son of Elydoure.
Gildas (Gyldas): 2.735, 2.1128, 2.1185, 2.1546, 2.2574, 3.39, 3.84, 3.681, 3.3115m. Gildas, the historian. NB: medieval writers often cite Gildas when they really mean the pseudo-Nennius HB; Hardyng is no exception.
Giraldus Cambrensis (Giralde Cambrense, Girald): 2.554m, 2.751m, 3.2989m, 3.3038m, 3.3136m. Gerald of Wales.
Glamorgan (Glamargan): 2.1316, 2.1318, 2.1319, 2.1770. Glamorgan, Scotland.
Glaskowe, 3.2923. Glasgow.
Glassynbyry (Glasenbyry, Glastynbyry): 2.2632, 3.2594, 3.3834. Glastonbury; see also Mewytryne.
Glaucus: 2.32. Glaucus, a sea god.
Gloucestere (Gloucester): 2.2553, 2.2557m, 2.2652, 3.134, 3.1616, 3.1780, 3.3557. Gloucester.
Gloy: 2.2562. Gloius, son of the Emperor Claudyus.
Goffore: 2.497m, 2.518, 2.522. Goffar, King of Aquitaine.
Gogmagog: 2.579, 2.586m, 2.593, 2.602, 2.612. Gogmagog, the giant killed by Coryneus.
Goneryle (Gonerile): 2.1213, 2.1238, 2.1253. Goneril, eldest daughter of King Leyre.
Gorbodian (Gorbodyan): 2.1409m, 2.1409. Gorboduc, King of Britain, son of King Kymar.
Gorbodyan: 3.2471. A Knight of the Round Table. The name probably derives from Gorbonian Masgoit in HRB §156.
Gorbonyan: 3.2468. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Gorbonian Masgoit in HRB §156.
Gorbonyan I: 2.1941m, 2.1941, 2.2046m, 2.2046. Gorbonian, King of Britain, eldest son of Morvyde.
Gorbonyan II: 2.2046m, 2.2046. Gorbonian, King of Britain, son of Gorbonyan I.
Gorloys (Gorleys): 3.2031, 3.2052m, 3.2059, 3.2087, 3.2114, 3.3827. Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall, husband of Igerne.
Gotlonde (Gothlonde): 3.2486m, 3.2782, 3.3195, 3.3981. Gotland.
Gracyan (Gracyane, Gracian): 3.813m, 3.917, 3.922, 3.926m, 3.926, 3.939, 3.947m, 3.947, 3.963. Gratian, King of Britain and Emperor.
Grece: 1.2, 1.176, 1.197m, 1.203, 2.46, 2.71, 2.130, 2.337, 2.341, 2.365. Greece.
Griffud: 3.2467. A Knight of the Round Table. The name is derived from Grifud Mapnogoid in HRB §156.
Guendolyne (Guendolene, Guendelyne): 2.896, 2.917, 2.919m. Queen Gwendolen, daughter of Coryneus, first wife of Locryne, mother of Maddan.
Guydere (Guyder): 2.2487m, 2.2487, 2.2494, 2.2506, 2.2511, 2.2515. Guiderius, King of Britain, son of Kymbelyn.
Guyen: 2.46, 2.514, 3.2659, 3.2661, 3.3363. Guyenne, an ancient province of southwest France.
Guyllamare (Guyllomare): 3.1892, 3.1930, 3.1984, 3.1988. Gillomanius, the Irish king killed in battle against Utere.
Guyllomore (Guyllomare): 3.2395, 3.2779. Gilmaurius, the Irish king that attacks King Arthure in Scotland.
Guinevere, see Gaynore.
Gunberte: 3.765. Gunbert, King of Norway.
Gunthelyne (Guntelyne, Guthelyn): 3.1053, 3.1059m, 3.1066, 3.1095, 3.1115, 3.1121, 3.1132. Guithelinus, Archbishop of London.
Gunvase: 3.2780. Gunhpar, King of the Orkneys.
Gurgoyne: 3.2455. Gurguint, Earl of Hereford, Knight of the Round Table. Possibly derived from Gurguynt in RMB 1.10889.
Gurgucius (Gurgucyus): 2.2151m, 2.2152. Gurgintius, King of Britain.
Gurgustius: 2.1353m, 2.1353. Gurgustius, King of Britain.
Gurguyn (Gurguyne Batrus): 2.1801m, 2.1801, 2.1836, 2.1843. Gurguit Barbtruc, son of Belyn and King of Britain.
Gurmund (Gurmonde): 3.1626m, 3.4005. Gormund, King of Africa.
Guthlake: 2.1612m, 2.1612, 2.1617. Ginchtalacus, King of Denmark.
Guydere (Guyder): 2.2487m, 2.2487, 2.2494, 2.2506, 2.2511, 2.2515. Guiderius, King of Britain, son of Kymbelyn.
Guyllamare (Guyllomare): 3.1892, 3.1930, 3.1984, 3.1988. Gillomanius, the Irish king killed in battle against Utere.
Guyllomore (Guyllomare): 3.2395, 3.2779. Gilmaurius, the Irish king that attacks King Arthure in Scotland.
Guytarde: 3.2570, 3.2660, 3.2669, 3.3518, 3.3549. Guitard, Knight of the Round Table.
Guytelyn (Guytelyne): 2.1850m, 2.1850, 2.1859. Guithelin, King of Britain, husband of Queen Marcyan.
Gway: 3.1779. The River Wye.
Gwayns (Gwaynes, Gwayne, Gwaynus): 3.876m, 3.882, 3.928, 3.947m, 3.961m, 3.961, 3.975m, 3.986, 3.1005, 3.1010, 3.1106. Wanius, King of Hunland.

Hamon Haven: 2.2524. Southampton.
Hamontoun (Hamtoun): 2.2524, 3.2318. Southampton.
Hamoun: 2.2522. Hamo, a Roman soldier killed by Arvyragere.
Harand: 3.2447. Harand, Earl of Shrewsbury, Knight of the Round Table (possibly derived from Amorand of Salisbury in RMB 1.10895).
Hardyng, John: 1.1m. John Hardyng, author of the Chronicle.
Helenus: 2.124, 2.129, 2.345. Helenus, son of Priamus.
Hely: 2.730m, 2.730. Eli, ruler of Judea.
Helyas: 2.1178. Elijah, prophet in the time of King Bladud.
Hengest (Engiste, Engeste, Engist, Engyste): 2.2189, 3.1234m, 3.1243, 3.1262, 3.1283m, 3.1290m, 3.1307, 3.1318m, 3.1318, 3.1360m, 3.1395m, 3.1402, 3.1441, 3.1444, 3.1475, 3.1517, 3.1542m, 3.1577m, 3.1588, 3.1601, 3.1625, 3.1626m, 3.1630, 3.1801m, 3.1804, 3.1806, 3.1814, 3.1815m, 3.1836, 3.1874, 3.2017. Hengist, brother of Horsus.
Henricus primus: 2.1m. Henry I, King of England.
Henry Huntyngdoun: 3.681. Henry of Huntington.
Herforde: 3.2591. Hereford.
Hergyge: 3.1779. The ancient region of Ercing, now part of Herefordshire.
Heroyus: 3.2468. A Knight of the Round Table. The name appears to be unique to Hardyng.
Hewlyn: 2.2360, 2.2361, 2.2362. Cuelinus, nephew of Androgyus.
Hien: 2.1181. A prophet at the time of Bladud, possibly an error for Haggai.
Higden, Ranulph, see Radulphi Cestrensis.
Holande: 3.2683, 3.3366. Holland.
Holdyne: 3.3549, 3.3641. Sir Holdin, Earl of Flanders.
Horne, see Horsus.
Horsus (Horne, Horse): 2.2190, 3.1234m, 3.1262, 1290m, 3.1307, 3.1470. Horsa, brother of Hengest.
Hospitilers (Hospitulers): 3.3171m, 3.3174. The Knights Hospitalers.
Howel (Howelle): 3.2313, 3.2381m, 3.2381, 3.2656, 3.2660, 3.2667, 3.3372, 3.3428, 3.3545, 3.3605m, 3.3605, 3.3638, 3.3649, 3.3731. Hoel, King of Brittany, nephew to King Arthure.
Humber (Humbre): 2.837, 2.845, 2.854, 2.859. Humber, King of the Huns, who dies in the river Humber during a battle with Locryne.
Humber (Humbre): 2.838, 2.862, 2.1290m, 2.1305, 2.1307, 2.1566, 3.69, 3.817, 3.1795, 3.2415. The River Humber.
Hunneslonde: 2.837. The land of the Huns.

Iago: 2.1381m, 2.1381. Iago, King of Britain.
Idunya: 1.176m. Idumea.
Igerne: 3.2060, 3.2082, 3.2144. Igerne, the wife of Gorloys, Duke of Cornwall, and later Utere Pendragon, mother of King Arthure.
Ilus: 2.91, 2.95. Ilus, son of Tros and founder of Troy (Illium).
Ilyon (Ilion): 2.92, 2.135. Illium, the city of Troy, see also Troy.
Ingen: 2.2011m, 2.2011, 2.2018, 2.2067m, 2.2067. Ingenius, son of Morvyde.
Innogene (Innogen): 2.418, 2.729. Innogen, wife of Brute.
Irelglas (Irelgas): 3.2571, 3.3518. Hirelglas, one of King Arthure’s knights, nephew to Bedwere.
Irelglas (Irelglasse): 2.2358, 2.2361. Hirelglas, nephew of Cassibalan.
Irelonde (Irelande, Ireland, Irelond): 2.1801m, 2.1836, 2.2335, 2.2685, 3.1881, 3.1891, 3.1893, 3.1912, 3.1929, 3.1980, 3.2395m, 3.2396, 3.2400, 3.2486m, 3.2486, 3.2779, 3.3113, 3.3193, 3.3981, 3.4006. Ireland.
Irisshe se: 2.1920. The Irish Sea.
Isaye: 2.1325. Isaiah, the prophet.
Iselonde: 3.2486m, 3.2493, 3.3981, 3.3196. Iceland.
Isrelle (Israell, Israelle): 2.229, 2.942, 2.1102. Israel.
Isydorus: 3.719. Isidore of Seville.
Itaylle (Italy, Itayly, Itale, Itayl, Itaille): 2.1m, 2.45, 2.75, 2.153m, 2.163, 2.170, 2.178, 2.337m, 2.736, 2.948, 2.1073m, 2.1073, 2.1105, 2.1689m, 2.1698, 2.1735, 2.1755, 2.1758, 3.740, 3.914, 3.3437m, 3.3439, 3.3619m, 3.3718. Italy.
Ivalle: 2.2067m, 2.2067. Idvallo, King of Britain, son of Ingen.

Janus: 2.1281, 2.1302. Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and endings.
Japhet: 2.68. Japheth, son of Noe.
Jareth: 2.63. Jared, father of Enoch.
Jason: 2.98, 2.106. Jason, the Greek hero and leader of the Argonauts.
Javan: 2.68. Javan, son of Japhet.
Jerusaleme: 2.1136, 3.666. Jerusalem.
Jhesu, see Cryste.
Joel (Joelle): 2.1141, 2.1166, 2.1181. Joel, prophet at the time of King Leyle.
Jonatalle (Jonathas): 3.2454, 3.3550. Jonathel, Earl of Dorchester, Knight of the Round Table.
Jordan: 3.2091. Jordan, a servant of Gorloys whose resemblance Ulfyn adopts through Merlyne’s magic to help Utere infiltrate Tintagel Castle.
Jordan, Flum: 3.607. The River Jordan.
Josep Aramathy (Joseph of Arymathy, Joseph of Arymathi): 2.1612, 2.2613m, 2.2620, 3.8m, 3.91, 3.96, 3.2150m, 3.2156, 3.2161, 3.3038m, 3.3062, 3.3084, 3.3115, 3.3155, 3.3157, 3.3180. Joseph of Arimathea.
Jubiter (Jubyter): 2.26, 2.81, 2.914. Jupiter, the principal Roman god, son of Saturnus.
Judea (Judé, Jude): 1.176m, 2.730, 2.1015, 2.1101, 2.1134. Judea.
Judon: 2.1423. Queen Judon, wife of Gorbodian and mother of Ferrex and Porrex.
Jugence (Jugens): 3.2448, 3.3550. Jugein, Earl of Leicester, Knight of the Round Table.
Julius Cesar, see Cesar, Julyus.
Julyus (July): 3.387, 3.2835, 3.2893, 3.2896, 3.3801. Saint Julius.
Julyus Cesaryne: 1.1m. Julian Cesarini, scholar and humanist.
Justynus (Justyne): 1.1m, 1.176m. Marcus Junianus Justinus, author of an Epitome of Pompieus Trogus’s Philippic History.

Katellus: 2.2088m, 2.2088. Catellus, King of Britain, son of Geyennes.
Kay: 3.2569, 3.2739, 3.2852, 3.3399, 3.3404, 3.3410, 3.3419, 3.3547, 3.3624, 3.3712. Sir Kay, Knight of the Round Table and Duke of Anjou.
Kent (Kente): 2.2226, 2.2312, 3.1234m, 3.1237, 3.1401, 3.1442. Kent.
Kylormare, Mount (Lyllormare): 3.1897, 3.1910. Mount Killaraus, the legendary location of Stonehenge before Merlyne transports it to Britain; possibly associated with Kildare.
Kymar I: 2.1395m, 2.1395. Kimar, King of Britain.
Kymar II: 2.1878m, 2.1878. Kimar, King of Britain, son of Sisilyus II.
Kymbelyn (Kymbelyne): 2.2459m, 2.2459, 2.2473, 2.2478. Cymbeline, son of Tenvancyus, also known as Cunobelinus.
Kymbelyne: 3.2469. Kimbelin, Knight of the Round Table.
Kynkare: 3.2470. Kingar, Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Kingar MapBangan in HRB §156.
Kynmare: 3.2451. Kynmarc, Earl of Canterbury, Knight of the Round Table.
Kynmare: 3.2471. Kinmar, Knight of the Round Table.

Lacedemonya: 2.1016. Lacedaemon, ancient name for Sparta.
Lameke: 2.65. Lamech, son of Matussaleel and father of Noe.
Langres: 3.3525. Langres.
Latyne (Latyn): 2.153m, 2.554m, 2.949, 2.1076. Rome.
Latyne (Latyns): 2.193, 2.201, 2.203, 2.209. King Latinus, father of Lavynyane, wife of Eneas.
Launcelot (Launcelot de Lake, Launselot): 2.1042, 3.2564, 3.2956, 3.3850m, 3.3858. Sir Lancelot, Knight of the Round Table.
Lavynyane (Lavyne): 2.153m, 2.203, 2.208, 2.220, 2.250. Lavinia, second wife of Eneas.
Lavynyon: 2.219. Lavinium, an ancient city founded by Eneas.
Leamedon (Leamedoun): 2.95, 2.113, 2.121. Laomedon, King of Troy, father of Priamus.
Leo (Leoun): 3.3346m, 3.3524, 3.3692, 3.3720, 3.3722. The Emperor Leo.
Leogice (Leogyce): 2.417m, 2.446, 2.769. From Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Leogetia, an island where Brute visits the temple of Diana. Possibly the Greek Island of Lefkada.
Leonelle: 3.2568. Sir Lionel, Knight of the Round Table.
Leycestre (Leyrecestre, Leycester): 2.1202, 2.1203, 2.1301. Leicester.
Leyle (Leyl): 2.1129m, 2.1129, 2.1139, 2.1165. Leil, King of Loegria.
Leyre: 2.1199m, 2.1199, 2.1206m, 2.1206, 2.1234m. Lear, King of Britain.
Lincolneshire: 3.1402m. Lincolnshire.
Litel Bretayne (Lesse Bretayne, Lytylle Bretayne, Lesse Bretayn, Litille Bretayne, Bretayne the Lesse, Litil Bretayne, Lasse Bretayne, Bretayne Lesse, Litle Bretayne, Bretayne Lasse, Lytille Bretayne): 3.827m, 3.835, 3.847, 3.848, 3.855m, 3.878, 3.967, 3.1052m, 3.1057, 3.1060, 3.1094m, 3.1108m, 3.1216, 3.2314, 3.2381m, 3.2667, 3.3198, 3.3373, 3.3431. Brittany.
Locryne (Locrine): 2.786m, 2.787, 2.791, 2.804, 2.807m, 2.807, 2. 844, 2.849m, 2.849, 2.861, 2.863, 2.919m, 2.920, 2.924, 2.933. Locrin, eldest son of Brute.
Loeline: 3.561, 3.568. Ioelinus, brother of King Coyle and father of Maximyan.
Logres (Loegres): 2.786m, 2.788, 2.789, 2.791, 2.954, 2.1502, 2.1561, 2.1601, 2.1609, 2.1618, 2.2334, 3.65, 3.345, 3.998, 3.1012. Loegria or Loegres, the name given to the land ruled by Locryne, eldest son of Brute, approximating to the area covered by England (minus Cornwall).
London (Londoun): 2.667m, 2.724, 2.751m, 2.1773m, 2.1786, 2.2193m, 3.43, 3.99m, 3.351, 3.1052m, 3.2050, 3.2056, 3.2180, 3.2183, 3.2312, 3.2590, 3.2800. See also New Troy and Carlud.
Loreyne: 3.2678. Lorraine.
Loth of Louthianne: 3.2186, 3.2424, 3.2461, 3.2507, 3.2562, 3.2784, 3.3543. Loth, King of Lothian and of Norway.
Louthianne (Louthian, Louthien): 3.2186, 3.2189, 3.2425, 3.2461, 3.2563, 3.2575, 3.3449, 3.3747. An ancient region in Scotland covering the current Lothian and part of the border areas.
Lucius (Lucyus): 3.1m, 3.1, 3.8m, 3.26, 3.29m, 3.43m, 3.72, 3.94, 3.98, 3.99m, 3.103, 3.106, 3.120m, 3.120. Lucius, King of Britain.
Lucyus (Lucius): 3.3185m, 3.3226, 3.3227, 3.3274, 3.3278, 3.3280, 3.3346m, 3.3458, 3.3521, 3.3611, 3.3619m, 3.3667, 3.3689, 3.3691. The Emperor Lucius, whom King Arthure defeats.
Lud: 2.2193m, 2.2193, 2.2210, 2.2385. Lud, King of Britain, son of Ely.
Ludgate: 2.2200m, 2.2205, 2.2212. Ludgate, London.
Lumbardy: 2.1696, 3.264. Lombardy, Italy.
Lupe (Lupus): 3.1423m, 3.1432, 3.1498. Saint Lupus, Bishop of Troyes.
Lybews Dysconus: 3.2567. Libeaus Desconus, Knight of the Round Table.
Lyncolne (Lindcolyne): 3.1627, 3.2324, 3.2325. Lincoln.
Lyndsay, 3.1234m. Lindsey, Lincolnshire.

Maddan: 2.898, 2.917, 2.936, 2.954m, 2.954. Maddan, King of Loegria, son of Guendolyne and Locryne.
Maglane (Maglayne): 2.1234m, 2.1237, 2.1239, 2.1246. Maglaurus, duke of Albany, married to King Leyre’s eldest daughter, Goneryle.
Maheridoure: 3.2467. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Peredur Maheridur in HRB §156.
Mayden Castelle: 2.1046, 2.1064. Maiden Castle, an alternative name for Edinburgh Castle.
Makeclauke: 3.2471. A Knight of the Round Table. The name probably derives from Regin Mapclaud in HRB §156.
Malaleel: 2.62. Mahalalel, son of Caynaan.
>b< Malgo: 3.3969m, 3.3976. King Malgo.
Malvase, 3.2781. Malvasius, King of Iceland.
Man: 3.2786. The Isle of Man.
Manes: 2.32. Manes, the spirits of the dead in Roman mythology.
Manlyn: 2.963, 2.975m, 2.975. Malin, son of King Maddan.
Mapbangan: 3.2470. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Kingar Mapbangan in HRB §156.
Mapcathel: 3.2470. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Cathleus Mapcatel in HRB §156.
Mapclaude: 3.2467. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Regin Mapclaud in HRB §156.
Mapcoyl: 3.2466. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Cheneus Mapcoil in HRB §156.
Marcyan (Marcian, Marcyane): 2.1850m, 2.1853, 2.1866. Marcian, Queen of Britain, wife of Guytelyn.
Margan: 2.1290m, 2.1290, 2.1304, 2.1309, 2.1317, 2.1318m. Marganus, duke of Albany, son of Goneryle.
Margan: 2.2053m, 2.2053. Marganus, King of Britain, son of Argalle.
Marius (Maryus): 2.2662m, 2.2662, 2.2690, 3.292. Marius, King of Britain, son of Arvyragere.
Mars: 2.26, 3.3785. Mars, the god of war.
Martyne: 1.1m. Pope Martin V.
Martyne (Martyn, Martini): 1.176m, 2.1746, 2.2422, 3.8m, 3.31, 3.183m, 3.183, 3.645m, 3.659m, 3.660, 3.673m, 3.687m, 3.701, 3.705m, 3.719. Martin of Troppau (aka Martinus Polonus, or Martini Oppaviensis), author of Chronicon Pontificum et Imperatorum.
Mary: 2.572, 2.2480, 2.2655m, 2.2656, 3.703, 3.3849. Mary, mother of Christ.
Maryn: 3.562. Marius, brother of King Coyle.
Masgoyd: 3.2469. A Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Gorbonian Masgoit in HRB §156.
Matussaleel: 2.64. Methuselah, son of Enoch.
Maugancyus: 3.1686. Maugantius.
Mauron: 3.2445. Mauron, Earl of Worcester, Knight of the Round Table.
Maxcence (Maxence): 3.501, 3.527, 3.532, 3.578, 3.2894. Maxentius, a Roman dictator at the time of Constantyne I.
Maximyan (Maximyane, Maxymyan): 3.571, 3.578, 3.801, 3.808, 3.813m, 3.814, 3.827m, 3.859, 3.912, 3.926, 3.938, 3.940, 3.965, 3.1075, 3.3311m, 3.3318, 3.2629. Maximianus, a Roman senator and Emperor, son of Loeline (brother of King Coyle), King of Britain.
Maximyan (Maxymyan, Maxymyan Herculyus): 3.372m, 3.379m, 3.380, 3.421m, 3.440, 3.2894. Maximianus Herculius, a Roman sent by Dioclican to persecute the British Christians.
Mayden Castelle: 2.1046, 2.1064. Maiden Castle, an alternative name for Edinburgh Castle.
Megary: 2.28. Megaera, one of the Erinyes, or Furies, in Greek mythology.
Melga: 3.876m, 3.883, 3.928, 3.947m, 3.961m, 3.961, 3.975m, 3.986, 3.1005, 3.1010, 3.1106. Melga, King of the Picts.
Membrice (Membryce): 2.963, 2.975m, 2.978, 2.982, 2.989m, 2.989, 2.1012. Mempricius, son of Maddan and King of Loegria.
Menevue (Meneu): 3.1933, 3.1983, 3.3926. Menevia, or Saint David’s, Wales.
Mercury (Mercure): 2.26, 3.1258, 3.1283m, 3.1283, 3.1288, 3.1371. The Roman god Mercury also associated with the Norse god, Woden. See Woden.
Merlyne (Merlyn, Merlinus): 2.824, 3.1650, 3.1667, 3.1668, 3.1710m, 3.1710, 3.1717, 3.1723, 3.1724, 3.1745, 3.1871m, 3.1871, 3.1878, 3.1891, 3.1900, 3.1904, 3.1909, 3.1962m, 3.1962, 3.2001, 3.2015, 3.2081, 3.2084, 3.2137, 3.2151, 3.2973, 3.3841, 3.3843. Merlin.
Meryan: 2.2151m, 2.2153. Merianus, King of Britain.
Mewyne: 2.822. Possibly a corruption of the name Melkin, a prophet associated with Glastonbury.
Mewytryne: 2.821, 2.2625, 3.89. Glastonbury (a probable corruption of Inis Witrin).
Mordrede (Modrede, Modred): 3.2571, 3.3724m, 3.3725, 3.3736, 3.3738m, 3.3738, 3.3752m, 3.3752, 3.3754, 3.3756, 3.3759m, 3.3768, 3.3778, 3.3788, 3.3795, 3.3875, 3.3883, 3.3889, 3.3892, 3.3914. Mordred, nephew to King Arthure.
Morvyde: 2.1892m, 2.1892, 2.1910. Morvide, King of Britain, son of Danyus.
Morvyde: 3.2444, 3.3557, 3.3663. Morvid, Earl of Gloucester, Knight of the Round Table.
Murreve (Murrefe): 2.1906, 3.2428. Moray, Scotland. Mynerve: 2.31, 2.1014, 2.1303. Minerva, goddess of creativity and wisdom.

Nacyan (Nacyen, Nacien): 3.2974, 3.3067, 3.3156, 3.3167. Nascien, or Seraphe, an ancestor of Galaad.
Nathan: 2.1103. Nathan, prophet in Israel at the time of King Ebrauke.
Naverne: 3.2672, 3.3361. Navarre.
Nemynus: 2.2302, 2.2307. Nennius, brother of Lud, son of Ely.
New Troy (Novel Troy, Trynovant, Troynovant, Troynovaunte, Trynovaunte, Trynovaunt): 2.475, 2.667, 2.705, 2.707, 2.709, 2.716, 2.717, 2.719, 2.724, 2.753, 2.1543, 2.1773, 2.1953, 2.2015, 2.2193m, 2.2200m, 2.2201, 2.2226, 2.2312, 3.64m, 3.64, 3.108, 3.346, 3.876, 3.1051, 3.1054, 3.1522, 3.1620, 3.3912, 3.3921. New Troy, the ancient name for London. See also Carlud.
Nicholas, Seynt: 3.659m, 3.663. Saint Nicholas.
Noe: 2.67. Noah, son of Lameke.
Normandy: 2.2318, 3.2738, 3.3357, 3.3434. Normandy.
Northumbreland (Northumbrelonde): 2.1565, 2.1907. Northumberland.
Norway (Northway): 2.1591m, 2.1598, 2.1605, 3.764, 3.2495, 3.2507, 3.2512, 3.3194, 3.3980. Norway.
Norwyche: 2.2704. Norwich.
Nychomede: 3.716. Nicomedia, the place of Constantyne I’s death.

Octa: 3.1446, 3.1836m, 3.1836, 3.1841, 3.2017m, 3.2017, 3.2030, 3.2040, 3.2051, 3.2178, 3.2204. Octa, son of Hengest.
Octave (Octavyus): 3.729m, 3.729, 3.736, 3.751, 3.764, 3.785m, 3.785, 3.813. Octavius, seizes Britain during the reign of Constantyne I.
Octovain, see Cesare Auguste.
Odnea: 2.2319. The place where Julius Caesar builds his tower in Normandy.
Oenus: 2.2151m, 2.2156. Oenus, King of Britain.
Omer: 1.202, 2.231, 2.951. Homer, the poet.
Orboryke (Orberike): 3.3075, 3.3102. Orberica, the land ruled by Nacyan and converted by Joseph of Arimathea in the Vulgate Estoire del Saint Graal.
Orcades, see Orkenay, Iles of.
Orkenay, Iles of (Orcades, Orcadese, Orchadese, Orkadese): 2.1827, 3.2486m, 3.2493, 3.2780, 3.3193, 3.3981. The Orkney Islands.
Orlience: 3.2668. Orléans.
Orosius: 2.1738m. Orosius.
Osee: 2.1327. Hosea, the prophet.
Ostia: 2.172. Ostia, a harbor city of ancient Rome.
Ostryche: 3.2676. Austria.
Oute Iles: 3.2381m. The name given to the islands in the Scottish loch to which Arthure drives the Scots and Picts in battle.
Ovyde: 2.545. The poet Ovid.
Oysa: 3.2017m, 3.2018, 3.2041, 3.2051, 3.2178, 3.2204. Eosa, son of Octa.

Palestina: 1.176m. Palestine.
Pallas: 2.28. The goddess Pallas Athena.
Pandrase (Pandrasius): 2.358, 2.379. Pandrasus, King of Greece.
Parise (Paryse, Parisse): 3.2640, 3.2653, 3.2689, 3.2731, 3.3513. Paris, France.
Partholoym: 2.1834. Partholoim, leader of the Spanish exiles whom King Gurguyn encounters near the Orkney Islands.
Paryse: 2.124. Paris, son of Priamus.
Passhent (Pascence): 3.1418, 3.1925, 3.1939, 3.1984, 3.1988. Paschent, third son of Vortygere.
Patrike: 2.1070. Saint Patrick.
Paules (Poulys, Poules): 2.766. 2.1193, 3.113. Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
Paytow: 3.2659. Poitou.
Peghtes Walle (Peght Wall): 3.1013, 3.2919. Hadrian’s Wall.
Pelagiens errysy, see Errisyes Pelagien.
Pelles: 3.2565, 3.2957. Pelles, King of North Wales (Venodotia), Knight of the Round Table.
Pendragoun: 3.2222. Pendragon Castle, Cumbria.
Penyssel (Penysselle): 2.2165m, 2.2170. Penessil, King of Britain.
Peredoure: 3.2466. Peredur, Knight of the Round Table. The name derives from Peredur Maheridur in HRB §156.
Perse: 2.1749. Persia.
Persyvalle (Percyvalle): 3.2566, 3.3108, 3.3136m, 3.3137, 3.3517. Sir Percival, Knight of the Round Table.
Perydoure (Peridoure): 2.2011m, 2.2011, 2.2025m, 2.2025, 2.2074m, 2.2074. Peredurus, son of Morvyde.
Perte: 3.2584. Perth.
Petir (Petre, Petyre): 2.2571m, 2.2578, 3.613. Saint Peter.
Petro: 3.3483, 3.3492, 3.3512. Petreius Cocta, a Roman senator and captain, who supports Lucius in his battle against Arthure.
Phebus: 2.27. The god Phoebus.
Philistiens: 2.731. The Philistines.
Pli(?): 2.1m. An error for Pompeius Trogus?
Pompey: 2.2436. Pompey the Great.
Porcenna (Persenna, Porsenna): 2.1705, 2.1720, 2.1730. Porsenna, Roman consul who fights against Belyn and Brenny.
Porchestere: 2.2502, 3.744. Porchester. See also Caerperis.
Porrex I: 2.1415, 2.1426. Porrex, son of King Gorbodian, brother of Ferrex.
Porrex II: 2.2102m, 2.2102. Porrex II, King of Britain, son of Coyle.
Porte Rupyne: 3.3743. Richborough (Rutupiae).
Portyngale: 3.2673, 3.3360. Portugal.
Poule: 3.613. Saint Paul.
Poules Querfe: 3.105. Saint Paul’s Wharf, London.
Priamus (Priam): 2.121, 2.123, 2.131, 2.154, 2.345. Priam, King of Troy.
Protheus: 2.32. Proteus, a sea god.
Puyle: 2.1702. Apulia (Puglia), Italy.
Pynhere (Pynher): 2.1437m, 2.1441, 2.1508. Pinner, King of Loegria during the civil war that follows the death of Porrex.
Pyrame: 3.2416. Piramus, Archbishop of York.
Pyrre: 2.2165m, 2.2170. Pir, King of Britain.

Quyntylian: 3.3463. Quintillian, nephew of Lucius.

Radulphi Cestrensis: 2.801m. Ranulf of Chester, better known as Ranulf Higden, Benedictine monk of St. Werburgh in Chester and author of the Polychronicon.
Ragawe: 2.1220, 2.1240, 2.1255. Regan, second daughter of King Leyre.
Redryke (Redrike): 2.2165m, 2.2168. Redechius, King of Britain.
Redyon: 2.2165m, 2.2167. Redon, King of Britain.
Remus: 2.1330. Remus, one of the founders of Rome, brother of Romulus.
Rerecrosse: 2.2680. Rey Cross, Stainmore.
Rymo: 2.2074m, 2.2074. Runo, King of Britain, son of Perydoure.
Ryval: 2.1339m, 2.1339. Rivallo, King of Britain.
Roberti: 2.1m. Robert, Duke of Gloucester, son of Henry I.
Roderyke (Rodryke): 2.2662m, 2.2669. Roderick (Sodric in HRB §70), a Pict who fights against Marius.
Rodes: 3.3175. Rhodes.
Romany: 2.1701. Romagna.
Romayne: 3.1433. Presumably Saint Romanus; Hardyng takes the reference from RMB 1.7641-42.
Rome (Romanye, Romany): 1.1m, 2.75, 2.175, 2.226, 2.227, 2.271, 2.554m, 2.1329, 2.1334, 2.1338, 2.1703, 2.1712, 2.1743, 2.1745, 2.2239, 2.2389m, 2.2414, 2.2429, 2.2447, 2.2460, 2.2465, 2.2569, 2.2573, 2.2579, 2.2599, 2.2666, 2.2698, 3.74, 3.78, 3.141m, 3.143, 3.147, 3.187, 3.309, 3.447, 3.461, 3.463m, 3.466, 3.469, 3.472, 3.477m, 3.526m, 3.526, 3.544, 3.555, 3.569, 3.675, 3.678, 3.737, 3.796, 3.800, 3.813m, 3.827m, 3.914, 3.975m, 3.975, 3.1003, 3.1024m, 3.1024, 3.1077, 3.1973, 3.2634, 3.2726, 3.3185m, 3.3227, 3.3262, 3.3277, 3.3283, 3.3300, 3.3303, 3.3322, 3.3325, 3.3336, 3.3352, 3.3355, 3.3367m, 3.3455, 3.3690, 3.3720. Rome.
Romulus: 2.1330, 2.2243. Romulus, one of the founders of Rome, brother of Remus.
Rounde Table (Table Rounde): 3.2150m, 3.2152, 3.2173, 3.2430m, 3.2437, 3.2444m, 3.2473, 3.2514m, 3.2518, 3.2541m, 3.2555m, 3.2556, 3.2577, 3.2588, 3.2597m, 3.2687, 3.2709m, 3.2713, 3.2767, 3.2947m, 3.2948, 3.2965, 3.3004, 3.3018, 3.3078, 3.3171m, 3.3178, 3.3519, 3.3612, 3.3685, 3.3813, 3.3859, 3.3871m, 3.3908. The Round Table.
Rowen (Rowene): 3.1367, 3.1389, 3.1509, 3.1525, 3.1537, 3.1551. Rowena or Renwein, daughter of Hengest and wife of Vortygere.
Ruddan: 2.1437m, 2.1442, 2.1510. Rudaucus, King of Wales during the civil war that follows the death of Porrex.
Rudhudibrace: 2.1150m, 2.1155. Rud Hud Hudibras, King of Loegria.
Rutupewe: 2.2585. Dover.
Rymo: 2.2074m, 2.2074. Runo, King of Britain, son of Perydoure.
Ryval: 2.1339m, 2.1339. Rivallo, King of Britain.

Saba: 2.1137. The Queen of Sheba.
Sabren: 2.910, 2.927, 2.931. Sabrina (or Habren), daughter of Locryne and Estrilde, drowns in the River Severn, which is named after her.
Saint Grale (Saynte Grale, Seynt Grale, Saynt Graal, Saynt Grale, Seint Grale, Saynte Graalle, Seynte Graalle, Saint Gralle): 3.2150m, 3.2155, 3.2163, 3.2165, 3.2533, 3.2947m, 3.2989m, 3.2978, 3.2993, 3.3038m, 3.3073, 3.3104, 3.3115m, 3.3136m, 3.3171m, 3.3171, 3.3180, 3.3843. The Holy Grail.
Saint Paul’s, see >b.
Salamon (Salomon): 2.639m, 2.1134. The biblical king, Solomon.
Salysbyry (Salesbury, Salisbyry): 2.2691, 3.1577m, 3.1578. Salisbury. See also Caercaredot.
Samaria: 1.176m. Samaria.
Sampson: 3.1920. Samson, Archbishop of York in Arthure’s time.
Sampson, Seynt: 3.2412. Samson, Archbishop of York.
Samuel: 2.2165m, 2.2169. Samuil, King of Britain.
Samuel (Samuelle): 2.940, 3.1816, 3.1822. Samuel the prophet.
Sandwyche: 3.1238. Sandwich.
Sarras: 3.3038m, 3.3074, 3.3102. Sarras, the kingdom over which Galaad rules after achieving the Holy Grail.
Saturnus (Saturne): 2.25, 2.74. Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture, regarded as an early king of Latium, and accredited with teaching men how to cultivate the land and build a civilisation.
Saul: 2.1015. Saul, ruler of Judea at the time of King Membrice.
Savoy: 2.1696, 3.2674, 3.3364. Savoy.
Saxonye (Saxonay, Saxony): 3.1234m, 3.1245, 3.1368, 3.2376, 3.2680. Saxony, Germany.
Scatere (Scater): 2.1437m, 2.1443, 2.1510. Staterius, King of Albany during the civil war that follows the death of Porrex.
Scotlond (Scotlonde, Scotland): 2.673, 2.786m, 2.803, 2.807m, 2.1051, 2.1234m, 2.1290m, 2.1318m, 2.1563m, 2.1906m, 3.298, 3.1853, 3.2043, 3.2045, 3.2221, 3.2281, 3.2395m, 3.2397, 3.2493. Scotland.
Sege Perlouse (Sege Perilouse): 3.2947m, 3.2966, 3.3078. Siege Perilous; literally “The Perilous Seat.”
Segwyne: 2.1645. Segnius, Duke of Burgundy, helps Brenny in his campaign against Belyn.
Seint John Laterense: 3.687m. The basilica of Saint John, Rome.
Selonde: 3.3365. Zeeland.
Seneca: 3.778m. Seneca.
Seneus: 2.27. Possibly a reference to Zeus Cenaeus.
Seraphe: 3.3065. The name adopted by Nacyan after converting to Christianity.
Seth: 2.59, 2.60. Seth, son of Adam.
Severe: 3.141m, 3.145, 3.148, 3.155m, 3.158, 3.169m, 3.171, 3.190, 3.975m, 3.996. The Emperor Severus.
Severne: 2.930, 2.2552, 3.2355, 3.2727. The River Severn.
Seynte Albans: 3.2199. Saint Alban’s.
Seynt Aron: 3.2806. Saint Aaron’s Minster.
Seynt Davyd (Saint Davys): 3.1933, 3.3930. Saint David’s, Wales. See also Menevue.
Seynt July: 3.2835, 3.2893. Saint Julius’ church.
Seynte Mighelle Mounte (Myghel Mount): 3.3367m, 3.3378, 3.3431. Saint Michael’s Mount.
Seynte Petirs: 3.1664. Saint Peter’s convent, the nunnery in Wales, where Merlyne’s mother resides.
Seynte Petyr: 3.2005. Saint Peter’s Minster (Winchester Cathedral).
Seysy: 3.3530. Probably Saussy or Val-Suzon.
Shafftesbyry: 2.1159. Shaftsbury.
Silvy: 2.1075. Silvius, King of Latium.
Sipion: 2.2350. Scipio Africanus.
Sisile: 2.160. Sicily.
Sisilius I: 2.1367m, 2.1367. Sisilius I, King of Britain.
Sisilyus II (Sysilius, Sisilius): 2.1864m, 2.1864, 2.1869. Sisilius II, King of Britain, son of Guytelyn and Marcyan.
Sisilius III (Sisilyus): 2.2151m, 2.2157. Sisilius III, King of Britain.
Socrates: 2.1749. Socrates.
Somersette: 3.2378. Somerset.
Sore: 2.1200, 2.1300. River Soar.
Southamptoun: 2.2520. Southampton.
Spayne: 2.46, 2.487, 2.497, 2.1801m, 2.1835, 3.465, 3.3360. Spain.
Staynemore: 2.2680, 3.752. Stainmore.
Stonehengles: 3.1871m, 3.1915, 3.1956. Stonehenge. See also Carolle.
Stryvelyn: 3.2583. Stirling.
Sulwath: 2.1066m. Sulwath, Scotland.
Sychelme: 3.2511. Sichelm, King of Norway.
Sylvestre (Silvestre): 3.615, 3.645m, 3.645, 3.659m, 3.687m. Pope Silvester I.
Sylvyus Julus: 2.248, 2.249, 2.281, 2.730m. Silvius Julius, son of Ascanyus, father of Brute.
Sylvyus Postumus (Silvyus Postumus, Sylvy): 2.241, 2.267, 2.730m, 2.735, 2.947, 2.1082, 2.1105. Silvius Posthumous, son of Eneas, brother of Ascanyus.
Symonde: 3.2157. Simon the Leper.
Syry: 1.176m. Syria.
Sythy: 2.2670. Scythia.
Sywarde: 2.1417. Suhard, King of France at the time of Ferrex and Porrex.

Tanguste: 2.1893. Tanguesteaia, mistress of Danyus, mother of Morvyde.
Templers: 3.3171m, 3.3172. The Knights Templar.
Tenette: 3.1474. The Isle of Thanet.
Tenvancyus (Tenvaunce, Tenvancius): 2.2227, 2.2229, 2.2442, 2.2452m, 2.2452. Tenvantius, Duke of Cornwall, King of Britain, youngest son of King Lud.
Thamyse (Themse, Themmys): 2.702, 2.1775, 2.2276, 3.99m, 3.104, 3.367, 3.876. The River Thames.
Thelofyne: 2.2481. A British prophet at the time of Christ, perhaps a corruption of Taliesin?
Thesiphony: 2.29. Tisiphone, one of the Erinyes, or Furies, in Greek mythology.
Thetys: 3.2870. Thetis, a sea nymph in Greek mythology.
Thwongcastre: 3.1318m, 3.1403. Caistor, Lincolnshire. The place where Hengest builds his castle. See also Castre.
Tyber: 2.171, 2.270. River Tiber.
Tyberyus: 2.2469. Tiberius Caesar.
Tyntagelle: 3.2074, 3.2096, 3.2144. Tintagel Castle, Cornwall.
Tottenes (Totnesse, Totteneys, Totneys, Tottenesse, Toteneys): 2.554m, 2.562, 2.2588, 3.1098, 3.1772, 3.2354. Totnes, Devon.
Toure of Trynovaunt: 2.2015, 2.2034. The Tower of London.
Toures: 2.533, 2.546. Tours, France.
Traherne (Thraerne): 3.561, 3.729m, 3.734, 3.737, 3.743, 3.749, 3.750m, 3.753, 3.770. Trahern, brother of King Coyle, King of Britain.
Trynovant (Troynovant, Troynovaunte, Trynovaunte, Trynovant). See New Troy.
Trogus Pompeyus (Trogus Pompeius): 1.1m, 1.176m, 2.554m. Pompeius Trogus, author of the Philippic History.
Troylus: 2.123. Troilus, son of Priamus.
Troy (Troye): 1.1, 2.82, 2.90, 2.96, 2.97, 2.99, 2.105m, 2.118, 2.125, 2.128, 2.133, 2.137, 2.137m, 2.154, 2.156, 2.225, 2.342, 2.345, 2.348, 2.499, 2.500, 2.508, 2.554m. 2.698, 2.706, 2.713, 2.718, 2.732, 2.809, 2.819, 2.826. The city of Troy, or Illium, see also Ilyon.
Troyus: 2.91. Tros, son of Ertctonius and father of Ilus.
Trynovant (Troynovant, Troynovaunte, Trynovaunte, Trynovant): See New Troy.
Turky (Turké): 2.82, 2.84, 2.712, 2.713. Turkey.
Turnus: 2.194. Turnus, King of the Rutuli.
Turnus: 2.531, 2.534, 2.536. Turnus, nephew of Brute.
Tuskayne (Tuscayne): 2.153m, 2.206, 2.949, 2.1700. Tuscany.
Tyber: 2.171, 2.270. River Tiber.
Tyberyus: 2.2469. Tiberius Caesar.
Tyntagelle: 3.2074, 3.2096, 3.2144. Tintagel Castle, Cornwall.

Ulfyn (Ulfyne): 3.2081, 3.2085, 3.2090, 3.2137. Ulfin, one of Utere’s men.
Urgen: 3.2452, 3.3552, 3.3646. Urbgennius, Earl of Bath, Knight of the Round Table.
Urian: 2.2137m, 2.2137. Urianus, King of Britain, son of Andragius.
Urian: 3.2428, 3.2459, 3.2459, 3.3598. Urian, King of Moray in Scotland.
Uriayne: 3.2462. Urian, King of Demety (South Wales).
Ursula: 3.855m, 3.862, 3.876m, 3.902. Saint Ursula.
Uske: 2.1768, 2.1770, 2.1772. The River Usk.
Utere Pendragon (Uther, Uter, Uter Pendragoun): 3.1127, 3.1626m, 3.1885, 3.1894, 3.1935, 3.1962m, 3.1962, 3.1967, 3.1993, 3.1997m, 3.1997, 3.2011, 3.2017m, 3.2020, 3.2052m, 3.2206m, 3.2227m, 3.3946. Uther Pendragon, King of Britain, third son of Constantyne II, brother to Constance and Aurilyus Ambrosius, father of King Arthure.

Valentynyan: 3.917, 3.925. The Emperor Valentinian.
Valeryus: 3.499. The Emperor Valerius.
Venodoce: 3.2464, 3.2816, 3.2958. Vendotia (North Wales).
Venus: 2.27, 3.1283m, 3.1298, 3.1373. Venus, the Roman goddess of love, also associated with the Norse goddess Freyja. See Frye.
Verolame: 3.2197. St Alban’s.
Vespasyan (Vaspasien, Vaspasian): 2.2571m, 2.2571, 2.2586, 2.2603. Vespasian, a Roman sent by the Emperor Claudyus to make Arvyragere pay tribute to Rome.
Vortygere (Vortygerne, Vortigerne, Vortiger, Vortyger): 3.1136m, 3.1140, 3.1147, 3.1157m, 3.1157, 3.1200, 3.1220m, 3.1220, 3.1234m, 3.1395m, 3.1458m, 3.1526, 3.1535m, 3.1535, 3.1542, 3.1619m, 3.1669, 3.1710m, 3.1791, 3.1925. Vortigern, Duke of Wales, King of Britain.
Vortymere (Vortymere): 3.1220m, 3.1416, 3.1436, 3.1457, 3.1458m, 3.1458, 3.1512, 3.1540, 3.1544, 3.1559. Vortimer, King of Britain, eldest son of Vortygere.
Vortypore: 3.3969m, 3.3969. Vortiporius, King of Britain.
Vulcane: 2.32. Vulcan, the Roman god of fire.
Walbroke: 3.351m, 3.371. Walbrook, also named Galbroke after Gallus, the Roman who died there.
Wales: 2.673, 2.794, 2.807, 2.1320, 3.99m, 3.1158, 3.1619m, 3.1662, 3.2464, 3.2565, 3.2777, 3.2815, 3.2817, 3.2842m, 3.2842, 3.2843, 3.2947m, 3.2989m, 3.3038m, 3.3136m, 3.3193. Wales.

Walterum Oxoniensem (Waltier): 2.1m, 2.1189, 3.2947m. Walter of Oxford.
Waltier of Oxenford. See Walterum Oxoniensem.
Westmerlond (Westmerlonde)
: 2.2679, 2.2681, 3.2226. Westmorland.
Whytsonde (Whitesonde): 3.3738m, 3.3743. Wissant, France, where Arthur meets Mordred in battle on his way back to Britain.
Woden: 3.1290m, 3.1290, 3.1372. The Norse god Woden, also associated with Mercury.
Wynchestre (Wynchestere, Wynchester): 2.1158, 2.2526, 3.748, 3.1130, 3.1143m, 3.1144, 3.1629, 3.1994, 3.1997, 3.2591, 3.3752m, 3.3752, 3.3916, 3.3990. Winchester.

Ymeneus: 2.30. Hymen, the goddess of marriage.
Yorke: 2.1032, 3.43m, 3.169m, 3.1626, 3.1839, 3.1920, 3.2025, 3.2289, 3.2409m, 3.2409, 3.2585, 3.2802, 3.3796. The City of York. See also Ebrauke.

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