Two entries with the name Galafré, which is a name common in non-Christian warriors in medieval sources.
A cruel pagan king who inhabited the land of King Mordrains. Galafré resisted conversion to Christianity.
When Mordrains disappeared, Galafré accused Nascien of murdering him, and he imprisoned Nascien and Nascien’s young son, Celidoine. When God delivered Nascien from the prison, Galafré tried to kill Celidoine by hurling him from a tower. God’s hands broke Celidoine’s fall, and a lightning bolt swiftly incinerated Galafré and his castle.
Vulgate Estoire del Saint Graal | 1220-1235
An Arthurian warrior found in Thomas Chestre´s Sir Launfal.
Sir Launfal | Thomas Chestre, late 14th century