Rivalin

British - King of Parmenie. Husband of Blanchefleur. In some accounts, he is Meliad, the father of Tristram. In other stories, Meliad was refused the hand of Blanchefleur but eloped with her and married her. Others say that he married Elizabeth. Alternatively, Rivalin was given Blanchefleur as a wife when he helped her brother Mark, king of Cornwall, in his battles with the Scots. Referred to as Rivalin, Meliad, Meliad, Meliad(i)us, Meliodas, Melyodas, Rivalen, Rivalen, Rivalin or Rivalin.
British - A king of Nantes. He attacked Hoel's kingdom but was defeated in single combat by Tristram. In some accounts, known as Rivalin, Meliad, Meliad, Meliad(i)us, Meliodas, Melyodas, Rivalen, Rivalen, Rivalin or Rivalin.

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