By Rene Foss
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Amable may have been a friend or cousin of King Brandegoris' daughter, for Lancelot once found Amable in a pavilion, and they were visited there by Brandegoris' daughter, with her son by Bors. [Vulgate V] AMANS (Aniause), KING Amans seems to have been a contender for the kingship of Carmelide (Cameliard), which he fought to reconquer while Arthur, King Ryons, and Sesnes were busy with each other. King Bors killed Amans in bat tle. [Vulgate II] 36 THE ARTHURIAN COMPANION AMANS' (Aniause's) DAUGHTERS Vulgate VI makes them the king's daughters, and Amans in the Vulgate is probably Aniause in Malory, but Malory makes the relation ship less clear [Malory XVI, 7-9,13].
Amide was able to tell the knights part, if not all, of the history of King David's Sword and to assure Galahad, who was somewhat reluctant to attempt drawing the sword, that he was the one knight to whom the warnings did not apply. When Galahad needed a new belt to gird on the sword, Amide produced one: Lo, Lords, said she, here is a girdle that ought to be set about the sword. A n d wit ye well the greatest part of this girdle was made of my hair, which I loved well while that I was a woman of the world.
Almost certainly, he is identical with the Amauguin found among Arthur's knights in the list beginning in line 1691 of the same work. AMIDE (Agrestizia, Dindrane) She was Sir Percivale's sister and Sir Galahad's lady, the latter rela tionship being platonic. I found the name Amide in one place only, a foot note of Summer's in Vulgate IV, p. 343. Another reference suggests that she was yet one more Elaine. Both Wolfram von Eschenbach (fl. 1200) in his German Parsifal and the thirteenth-century French romance Perlesvaus gave the name Dindrane or Dindraine to Percivale's sister, while the fourteenth-century Italian romance Tavola Ritonda called her Agrestizia, all of which I learned from Ronan Coghlan's Encyclopaedia of Arthurian Legends (1991).
Around the World in a Bad Mood!: Confessions of a Flight Attendant by Rene Foss