European - A servant of Tristram. Husband of Branwen. He took Tristram to Brittany to save him from his step-mother and later took him to the court of King Mark in Cornwall. When Tristram went to Ireland to escort Isolde to King Mark's court, Gouvernail went with him and later killed Melot who betrayed to Mark the affair between Tristram and Isolde. He married Branwen and became the king of Lyonesse. In some accounts, referred to as Gouvernail, Gouvernal, Gouvernal, Kurneval, Kurneval, Rohand, Rual, Rohand, Rual, Gorvenal, Gorvenal, Gourvernail, Go(u)vernal or Go(u)vernal.

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