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Segwarides’ Wife

Before the arrival of La Beale Isoud (Isolde), Bleoberis de Ganis chose her as the loveliest lady at King Mark’s court. She was an early paramour of Tristram’s and also attracted the amorous devotion of Mark, but eventually chose to return to her husband.

If their reconciliation lasted, she would presumably have become lady of the Isle of Servage when Segwarides became its lord.