1. Pandrasus

      A Greek king who had enslaved a group of Trojan exiles.

      He was fought, and defeated, by Brutus, who then claimed the hand of Pandrasus' reluctant daughter, Ignoge. Brutus also compelles Pandrasus to release his Trojan slaves, and to equip and provision them to enable them to leave Greece.

      So equipped, Brutus left Greece, taking the Trojans with him.

    2. Pandrasus

      The king of Egypt who was subject to the Roman Emperor Lucius. He was called upon to join Lucius in the war against Arthur. He led a force of soldiers at the battle of Soissons.

      In Malory’s account, the "King of Egypt and Ethiopia" is killed at Soissons, but it is unclear if this is the same character.