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Dame d’Amore

Dame d’Amour

In Thomas Chestre’s Lybeaus Desconus, the fairy of the Golden Isle who loved GuinglainGawaine’s son. She broke with Guinglain when he refused to give up worldly life for her, and he eventually married a princess.

In Renaut de Bâgé’s Le Bel Inconnu, she is called the Maiden of the White Hands.

See also
Damosel del Grant Pui de Mont Dolerous | The Legend of King Arthur
Malgier the Grey | The Legend of King Arthur

Lybeaus Desconus | Thomas Chestre, late 14th century