Tristan

British - A version of the Tristram and Isolde story by the 12th C. Poet. Thomas. Also identified as Tristan, Tristram, Tristram, Tristam, Drostan, Drust(an), Drustran(us), Drystan, Pro of Iernesetir, Soul of Grief, Tantris, Tramtris(t), Tristrem or Welsh Trystan.
European - A 12th C. French version of the Tristram and Isolde story by BĂ©roul. Known as Tristan, Tristram, Tristram, Tristam, Drostan, Drust(an), Drustran(us), Drystan, Pro of Iernesetir, Soul of Grief, Tantris, Tramtris(t), Tristrem or Welsh Trystan.
European - A German version of the Tristram and Isolde story written by Strassburg. In some references, called Tristan, Tristram, Tristram, Tristam, Drostan, Drust(an), Drustran(us), Drystan, Pro of Iernesetir, Soul of Grief, Tantris, Tramtris(t), Tristrem or Welsh Trystan.

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