Oberon

European - King of the fairies, king of Mommur. Husband of Titania. Father of Gloriana, some say. In some accounts, he is said to be the son of Julius Caesar and Morgan le Fay. In the Charlemagne stories he is said to be Tronc, the son of Julius Caesar and the fairy Glorianda or Morgan le Fay and had been stunted in his growth by a jealous aunt, never growing taller than a five year old boy. In other stories of Ogier, Oberon is given as the brother of Morgan le Fay He befriended Huon when he met him as the young man journeyed to find Sultan Grandisso and gave him a goblet that provided unlimited quantities of wine for the true believer and a horn that would protect him in times of peril. When he was finally taken up to Paradise by a host of angels, he handed his kingdom over to Huon, despite the objections of King Arthur who had expected to receive the throne. In some accounts, he was the father of Robin Goodfellow by a mortal and, in Shakespeare, his wife was Titania. In some stories he is identified with Andvari. At times, called Oberon, Auberon, Auberon or Oberon.
European - An opera by Weber about Huon and the king of the fairies. In some lore, occasionally called Oberon, Auberon, Auberon or Oberon.
European - A poem by Wieland about Huon and the king of the fairies. Occasionally called Oberon, Auberon, Auberon or Oberon.

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