Légendes Arthuriennes et autres

Légendes Arthuriennes et autres

Perceval's sister

In the Vulgate Queste del Saint Graal, Perceval’s Sister leads Galahad to Solomon’s ship. From her own hair and from gold and silk, she makes a belt for the sword that Solomon left for Galahad. After agreeing to give her blood to cure a leprous woman even though she knows she will die as a result, Perceval’s sister asks to be buried in the city of Sarras because that is where Galahad will be buried. Malory gives a similar account. In Tennyson’s Holy Grail idyll, Percivale’s sister has the "vision"—probably a delusion—that begins the quest for the Holy Grail.


"This girdle, lords," said she, "is made for the most part of mine own hair, which, while I was yet in the world, I loved most well"

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