Fountain of Adventures
The Book of the Four Evangelists
Fountain of Changing Colors
Fountain of Guiron the Courteous
Arthur christened this fountain to commemorate Guiron's heroicy when he freed Arthur from Hebusan.
Fountain of Infertility
A magical spring in Logres which sterilized any woman drinking from it.
Fountain of Marvels
Fontaine des Merveilles
A fountain where Arthur’s Sir Meriadeuc found an enchanted sword. The sword was stained with blood that would not come clean. A knight named Gaus, who languished nearby, had been wounded with the sword and would only heal when struck a second time by the purest of knights. Meriadeuc eventually healed him in this manner, and when he did so, the sword came clean and Meriadeuc found his own name (he had previously been called the Knight with the Two Swords) written on the blade.
Fountain of Marvels
A magical spring on the Island of the Fountain in the Prose Tristan, identical to the fountain in the forest of Broceliande in Chrétien’s Erec. The Fountain of Marvels was guarded by Pharant, who was killed at the fountain by Tristan.
Fountain of the Dragon
A fountain in desert of Medilontas in Lyonesse, where Meliadus met a sorceress called Wise Damsel and was kidnapped.
The location appears in the Prose Tristan but is not named except in La Tavola Ritonda. Merlin erected a stone by the fountain and prophesied that Lancelot, Tristan, and Galehaut would gather there.
Fountain of the Lion
A Cornish fountain that was the site of several unfortunate episodes involving Tristan’s family. The fountain was named after Cichoriades, an ancestor of Tristan, saw a lion dive into the fountain and emerge dry. The Fountain of the Lion was the site where King Mark of Cornwall murdered his brother Pernehan; where Tristan killed his cousin Archeman; where Mark abandoned his infant son Meraugis; and where Lancelot fought Bleoberis.
Fountain of the Pine
Fountain of the Shade
A Cornish fountain where Tristan dueled the King with a Hundred Knights.
Fountain of the Silver Pipe
When Sir Accolon of Gaul awoke after going to sleep on an enchanted ship
he found himself by a deep well-side, within a half a foot, in great peril of death. And there came out of that fountain a pipe of silver, and out of that ... ran water all on high in a stone of marble.
From this fountain a dwarf of Morgan's brought Accolon to Sir Ontzlake's (Hontzlake) manor by a priory, where Morgan prepared the knight for fighting Arthur. This fountain, which was apparently near Sir Damas' castle and Ontzlake's manor, seems to have been a "fountain" as we modern think of fountains, rather than a plain brook or spring in the woodland or elsewhere, which is probably the more common meaning of the word "fountain" in the language of Malory's time.
Fountain of the Stag
Fountain of the Truth of Love
This was created by Merlin according to Astrée, a seventeenth-century novel begun by Honoré d'Urfe (1567-1625) and concluded by his secretary, Baro. It is in the section by Baro that the fountain is mentioned. It was guarded by lions which would not eat a pure and honest person.
Fountain of Valesca
Fountain of Youth
Fountain of the Youth
Fountain of Youth
Bacino | The Legend of King Arthur
Bright Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Clear Fountain of Love | The Legend of King Arthur
Cross of the Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Cuparia | The Legend of King Arthur
Fairies Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Fontaine | The Legend of King Arthur
Fontane la Salvæsche | The Legend of King Arthur
Fountain of the Silver Pipe | The Legend of King Arthur
Galabes | The Legend of King Arthur
Galahad's Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Giant's Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Island of the Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Lady of the Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Low Spring | The Legend of King Arthur
Nestor of the Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Serpent Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Spring of Balanton | The Legend of King Arthur
Three Damsels of the Clear Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Waste Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur