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Thomas Bulfinch
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 350 pages of information about The Age of Chivalry.

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Mabinogeon, plural of Mabinogi, fairy tales and romances of the
Welsh

Mabon, son of Modron

MACHAON, son of Aesculapius

Madan, son of Guendolen

Madoc, a forester of King Arthur

Mador, Scottish knight

Maelgan, king who imprisoned Elphin

MAEONIA, ancient Lydia

Magi, Persian priests

MAHADEVA, same as Siva

Mahomet, great prophet of Arabia, born in Mecca, 571 ad, proclaimed worship of God instead of idols, spread his religion through disciples and then by force till it prevailed, with Arabian dominion, over vast regions in Asia, Africa, and Spain in Europe

Maia, daughter of Atlas and Pleione, eldest and most beautiful of the Pleiades

MALAGIGI the Enchanter, one of Charlemagne’s knights

Maleagans, false knight

Malvasius, King of Iceland

Mambrino, with invisible helmet

MANAWYD Dan, brother of King Vran, of London

MANDRICARDO, son of Agrican

Mantua, in Italy, birthplace of Virgil

MANU, ancestor of mankind

Marathon, where Theseus and Pirithous met

Mark, King of Cornwall, husband of Isoude the Fair

Maro See Virgil

MARPHISA, sister of Rogero

Marsilius, Spanish king, treacherous foe of Charlemagne

MARSYAS, inventor of the flute, who challenged Apollo to musical competition, and, defeated, was flayed alive

MATSYA, the Fish, first avatar of Vishnu

Meander, Grecian river

Mede, A, princess and sorceress who aided Jason

MEDORO, a young Moor, who wins Angelica

Medusa, one of the Gorgons

Megaera, one of the Furies

Melampus, a Spartan dog, the first mortal endowed with prophetic powers

MELANTHUS, steersman for Bacchus

Meleager, one of the Argonauts (See Althaea)

Meliadus, King of Lionesse, near Cornwall

MELICERTES, infant son of Ino. changed to Palaemon (See Ino,
Leucothea, and Palasmon)

Melissa, priestess at Merlin’s tomb

MELISSEUS, a Cretan king

Melpomene, one of the Muses

Memnon, the beautiful son of Tithonus and Eos (Aurora), and king of the Ethiopians, slain in Trojan War

Memphis, Egyptian city

Menelaus, son of King of Sparta, husband of Helen

MENOECEUS, son of Creon, voluntary victim in war to gain success for his father

Mentor, son of Alcimus and a faithful friend of Ulysses

Mercury (See Hermes)

Merlin, enchanter

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