Lambal, Lamball, Lambayle, Lambele, Lambelle
A land ruled by King Amant, an enemy of Arthur. When Amant was slain by King Bors, Lambale fell to Gosengos, Amant’s son.
It was the home of Arthur’s knight Guivret de Lambale.
A “Count of Lambale” appears at the Sorelois tournament in Palamedes, but in the Prose Tristan, the count himself is named Lambale.
Garis of Lambale | The Legend of King Arthur
Meloos de Lambale | The Legend of King Arthur
Nabunal of Tharmadaise | The Legend of King Arthur
Lancelot do Lac | 1215-1220
Vulgate Lancelot | 1215-1230
Vulgate Merlin | 1220-1235
Palamedes | c. 1240
Prose Tristan | 1230-1240
Arthour and Merlin | Late 13th century