Medieval Arthurian Legend

The High Book of the Grail: Perlesvaus

Early 13th century, Old French.

"Perlesvaus was the most mysterious knight in the world, disguising himself so often, so that when he was seen it was impossible to recognise him."

Sir Gawain commended the maiden to God and rode off in one direction and the maiden in another, and he said to himself that Perlesvaus was the most mysterious knight in the world, disguising himself so often, so that when he was seen it was impossible to recognise him.

Extract quoted from: Bryant, Nigel, 1978, revised edition, 2007. The High Book of the Grail: Perlesvaus. D S Brewer, an imprint of Boydell and Brewer Limited. Branch VIII. Lancelot's Quest and the Search for Perlesvaus, p 124.

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