1. Clarion
    Clariance, Clarions, Claryaunce

    The King of Northumberland in the Vulgate Merlin and its adaptations.

    He joined roughly a dozen fellow kings in a revolt against Arthur at the beginning of Arthur’s reign. Arthur defeated them at the battle of Bedegraine. They were unable to continue the rebellion because Saxons invaded their lands. Clarion returned home and fortified his castle, Belande.

    As the Saxons plundered Northumberland, Clarion received aid from Duke Escant of Cambenic. Eventually, he was able to repel the Saxons, but he and his companions were later defeated at the battle of Clarence. He allied with Arthur, fought in the final battles against the Saxons, and accompanied Arthur’s campaign to Rome.

    Both Clarion and his son, Espinogrés, became Knights of the Round Table.

    In Tennyson’s Idylls, he is named as Urien’s ally in the war against King Leodegan of Carmelide (Leodegrance).

  2. Clarion
    Clariel, Clarions, Phariouns, Plarion

    A Saxon king who, under King Rions (Ryons), invaded Britain in the early days of Arthur’s reign. He was involved in the attack on Vandaliors, a castle of the rebel kings early in Arthur's reign.

    He owned a magnificent horse named Gringolet. Gawaine took the horse from him in combat, and kept it for himself. King Ban of Benoic slew Clarion at the battle of Carhaix.