Synonyms for marhaus or Related words with marhaus

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Examples of "marhaus"
King Anguish of Ireland is a mythological character in the stories of King Arthur. He is the father of Iseult, and one of Arthur's early enemies in the chronicles. After Arthur defeats him he acknowledges Arthur's supremacy, but later becomes embroiled in a conflict with King Mark of Cornwall. After Mark refuses to pay Anguish seven years back pay for his vassalage, Anguish sends out Sir Marhaus to get the pay from him. The story is part of the saga of Tristan and Iseult.
In Arthurian legend, Morholt (also called "Marhalt", "Marhault", "Morold", "Marhaus" and other variations) is an Irish warrior who demands tribute from King Mark of Cornwall until he is slain by Tristan, Mark's nephew and defender. He appears in almost all versions of the Tristan and Iseult story, beginning with the verse works of Thomas of Britain and Béroul. The authors of later romances expanded the Morholt's role; in works like the "Prose Tristan", the Post-Vulgate Cycle, and Thomas Malory's "Le Morte d'Arthur", he is a Knight of the Round Table before his fateful encounter with Tristan. In many versions, Morholt's name is prefaced with a definite article (i.e., "The" Morholt) as if it were a rank or a title, but scholars have found no reason for this.