British - A king of Northumberland. Father of Andrivete. In some accounts, referred to as Cador.
British - King of Cornwall after Gorlois. A Knight of the Round Table. One of the Knights of Battle. Father of Constantine and, in some accounts, of Arthgallo. His duty was to dress and arm King Arthur before battle. He saved his friend Caradoc, who was dying from the effects of a bloodsucking snake attached to his arm by the magician Eliaures, by putting his sister in a vat of milk and Caradoc in a vat of sour wine. This induced the snake to try to cross from one vat to the other, giving Cador the chance to kill it with his sword. At times, referred to as Cador.

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