Hungary

Bougrie, Hongherie, Hongrie, Honguerie, Hungre, Hungri, Hungrie

Hungary did not exist as a single country until the end of the ninth century, when Stephen I beccame its first king, much later than the traditional Arthurian period when the territory it contained was divided amongst Gepids, Heruli, etc. Yet the Arthurian romance assigned this country several kings.

In Claris et Laris it was ruled by King Saris who captured Cologne but was killed by Laris. Elsewhere the king is called JeremiahGawaine married his daughter.

Sagremor (Sagramore) is styled as the son of the King of Hungary. King Ditas of Hungary was listed among the followers of the Roman Emperor Thereus, when the latter attacked Arthur.