British - A Knight of the Round Table. Son of Clydno. Seeking adventure, he was entertained by twenty-four maidens at a castle and warned to look out for a black man with power over animals. This man directed him to a fountain where he jousted with a knight garbed all in black, the Knight of the Fountain, and was unhorsed but lived to tell the tale. In some versions the story of the Knight of the Fountain was told by Colgrevaunce. Occasionally called Cynon, Cunon, Cunon, Cymon, Cymon, Kymon, Kymon, Kynon or Kynon.

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