1. Helyes

      The Vulgate VII names a 'Helyes li chatelains de Roestoc'. He appears to be one of the rebel kings, possibly killed in battle. The Lady of Roestoc is his widow or daughter.

    2. Helyes of Thoulouse
      Elias; Helyes li Toulousans, - nes de Toulouse

      Duke Galeholt's chief clerk, Helyes had nine other clerks under him, including Petroines and a clerk of Cologne. Galeholt said of Helyes that he surpassed all other clerks as gold all other metals.

      Helyes had enough knowledge and power to call up at least one wonder, and might have performed miracles had he chosen to study along those lines. Galeholt persuaded Helyes to tell him how long he had still to live.

      See also
      Helias of Toulouse | The Legend of King Arthur

    3. Helyes' Book

      This little book could have enabled Helyes of Thoulouse to perform miracles, had he cared to study it. On at least one occasion, he used it to conjure up an apparently demonic apparition to help elucidate a prophecy concerning Duke Galeholt's term of life.

      None of Galeholt's other clerks had success when they tried to consult this book; perhaps they were not learned enough.