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saved by Gudrun, 33;
marries Siegfied. 34.
ORT'WINE. I. Son of Hettel and Hilde, 27;
comes to rescue Gudrun, 31;
wooes Hildburg, 32;
marries Hildburg, 34.
II. Vassal of Gunther, 56;
goes to Hungary, 75.
III. Son of Helche, 125.
O-SAN'TRIX. Etzel wars against, 121;
Hertnit brother of, 121.
OS'BORN. See _Asprian_.
OS'TRO-GOTHS. Defeated by Alboin, 87.
O'THERE. Discoverer of North Cape, sons of, 18.
OT'NIT. See _Ortnit_.
OT'U-EL, SIR. Story of, 143.
OX'FORD. Walter Map, Archdeacon of, 182.

PAD'AUWE. Same as Padua, Dietrich takes, 126.
PAD'U-A. See _Padauwe_.
PAL'MER-INS. Cycle of. 302.
PAM-PLO'NA. Siege of, 140, 141.
PAN-DRA'SUS. King of Greece, defeated by Brutus, 308.
PAN-NO'NI-A. Gepidae and Lombards in, 86.
PAPILLON (p[)a]-p[=e]-yo[n=]'). The magic horse, 138.
PAR'IS. I. Judgment of, 51;
picture of in act of kidnaping Helen, 304.
PAR'IS. II. Invasion of, 138;
news of Roland's death brought to, 149;
Renaud's journey to, 157;
Malagigi in, 158;
Renaud's body to be brought to, 162;
Huon in, 163, 179;
siege of, 180.
PAR-ME'NI-A. Meliadus lord of, 234.
PAR'ZI-VAL. I. Poem of, 182.
PAR'ZI-VAL. II. Birth of, 188;
youth of, 189;
starts out into the world, 190;
adventures of on the way to Nantes, 191;
wins armor, 192;
visits Gurnemanz and Belripar, and marries Conduiramour, 192;
visits Montsalvatch, 193, 199;
seeks Holy Grail, 195;
knighted by Arthur, 196;
Gawain seeks, 196;
fights Gawain, 198;
at the hermit's, 199;
meets Fierefiss, 199;
made king of Holy Grail, 200;
children of, 201;
Lohengrin son of, 203;
sees Holy Grail, 73.
PAS'SAU. Kriemhild's arrival at, 73;
Burgundians at, 76;
funeral mass at, 85.
PEL'LI-NORE, SIR. Arthur and, 216.
PEN-DRAG'ON. Son of Constans, 205;
war of Britons under, 208.
PEN'TE-COST. Arthur's feast at, 217, 224.
PEP'IN. Charlemagne son of, 129.
PER-I-DE'US. A giant, kills Alboin, 88.
PER'SI-A. Sultan of. 298;
Alexander's conquest of, 306.
PE'TER, ST. Cid's vision of, 298.
PHIL'IP. I. Of Spain, oath of in favor of Arthur, 232.
PHIL'IP. II. Of Macedon, death of, 305.
PI-AZ'ZA OF ST. MARK'S. Stone lion on the, 281.
PIER-LE-PONT'. Castle of Aymon, 154;
Aymon's sons leave, 156;
Charlemagne comes to, 157.
PIL'GRIM. Bishop of Passau, welcomes Kriemhild, 73;
Burgundians visit, 76;
mass for the dead by, 85.
PIN'A-BEL. Champion of Ganelon, 148.
PLYM'OUTH. Same as Lam Goëmagot, 309.
PO'LAND, 125.
POL-Y-OL'BI-ON. By Drayton, 310.
PON'CE DE LE-ON'. Quest of, 306.
POPE. Asks aid of Charlemagne, 129;
Huon and the, 164, 174, 175, 180;
reconciles Arthur and Lancelot, 229;
emperor of Germany complains to, 287;
and Ferdinand, 288;
and Cid, 288, 289.
POR'TU-GAL. Hildburg a princess of, 23.
PO'RUS. Alexander's fight with, 306.
PRES'TER JOHN. Holy Grail intrusted to, 201.
PRI'AM. Descendants of, 307.
PYR'E-NEES. Defeat in the, 130, 144;
Aymon in the, 154.

RA'BEN. Same as Ravenna, taken by imperial army, 123;
battle of, 126.
RAG'NAR LOD'BROK. 269-281;
saga of, 269;
successor of Sigurd Ring when only fifteen, 270;
marries Lodgerda, 270;
marries Thora, 272;
sons of, 272, 274, 275, 276, 279;
and Krake, 273-275;
battles of, 277;
and Ella, 278;
death of, 278.
RA-MI'RO, DON. Quarrel of with Ferdinand, 286;
wars against Don Sancho, 289.
RAND'WER. Son of Ermenrich, death of, 123.
RA-OUL' DE BEAU-VAIS'. Metrical version of story of Tristan
attributed to, 234.
RAUCH-EL'SE. The witch, Wolfdierich meets, 104;
transformation of, 105.
RA-VEN'NA. Longinus intrenched in, 88;
same as Raben, 123.
RE-DEEM'ER. Blood of the, 183.
RED KNIGHT. Parzival and the, 191, 192.
RED SEA. Huon at the, 165, 170.
REI'NE-KE FUCHS. Epic of, 35;
Goethe's poem of, 36.
REI'NOLD. See _Renaud_.
RE-NAUD' DE MON-TAU-BAN'. Paladin of Charlemagne, 129;
defeated by Ferracute, 142;
body of, 148;
son of Aymon, 154;
receives Bayard and Flamberge, 155;
prowess of, 155;
avenges Alard and flees, 156;
marries Clarissa, and builds Montauban, 156;
goes to rescue his brothers, 157;
loses and recovers Bayard, 157;
betrayed by Iwo, 158;
saves Iwo, 159;
and Roland, 159;
on Montfaucon, 159;
sacrifices Bayard, 161;
sets out for Holy Land, 161;
death of, 162.
RE-PANSE' DE JOIE. Daughter of Frimoutel, 188;
jeweled garment sent by, 193;
bears Holy Grail, 193, 199;
marriage of, 200, 201.
REUSSEN (rois'sen). Vlyas prince of the, 94;
Waldemar king of, 125.
REY'NARD THE FOX, 35-52;
epic of, 302;
importance of story of, 303.
RE'ZI-A. Princess, dream of, 171;
bridal array of, 172;
escapes with Huon, 173;
embarks at Ascalon, 174;
conversion and marriage of, 175;
Amanda same as, 175.
RHINE. Franks cross, 35;
Xanten on, 54, 64;
Siegfried rides down along, 55;
Gunther's journey on, 59, 61;
Nibelungen hoard in, 71, 77;
Worms on, 120;
Charlemagne dwells near, 129, 130;
Roland's name connected with, 150;
Nonnenwörth in, 151;
Renaud's body cast in, 162.
RHON, VON DER. Edited "Heldenbuch," 86.
RHYM'ER. Thomas of Ercildoune the, 234.
RICH'ARD. Son of Aymon, 154;
prisoner of Roland, 159.
RI-CHOU'DE. I. Wife of Titurel, 188.
II. Daughter of Titurel, 188.
RIM'STEIN. Revolt and defeat of, 122.
RI-NAL'DO DE TREB-I-ZON'DE. A _chanson de geste_, 152.
RING. Son of Viking, 248.
RING'RIC. Sigurd Ring king of, 255;
Frithiof in, 267.
RIS'PA. Horse of Helme, 115.
RI-VA-LIN'. See _Meliadus_.
ROB'ERT DE BOR'RON. Works of, 182, 204, 205, 219, 234.
ROB'ERT OF SIC'I-LY, KING. In Longfellow's "Tales of a Wayside Inn," 302.
ROD-RI'GO DI'AZ. See _Cid_.
RO'GEN-WALD. Son of Ragnar, 274;
death of, 276.
ROG'ER. See _Hrothgar_.
ROG'ERS. Translator of "Reineke Fuchs," 36.
ROHAND (r[=o]'an). See _Kurvenal_.
RO'LAND. Paladin of Charlemagne, 129;
birth and childhood of, 133;
fights knight of the Ardennes, 134;
knighted, 135;
duel with Oliver, 139;
horn of, 139, 145, 146;
character of, 141;
combat with Ferracute, 142;
combat with Otuel, 143;
at battle of Roncesvalles, 144;
kills Veillantif, 145;
breaks Durandana, 146;
death of, 147;
squire of, 148;
betrothed to Aude, 149;
bethrothed to Hildegarde, 150;
death and burial of, 151;
treats with Aymon, 154;
and Renaud, 159;
Renaud intrusts his family to, 161;
Italian cycle treats of, 302.
RO'LAND, CHAN'SON DE, 130.
RO'LAND RISE. See _Meliadus_.
RO'LANDS-ECK. Retreat of Roland, 151.
ROLF GANG'ER. Same as Rollo, 280.
ROL'LO. Famous giant, independence of, 280.
ROM'A-BURG. Wolfdietrich goes to, 109;
Dietrich visits, 117;
Dietrich crowned at, 127;
threatened invasion of, 277.
RO-MANCE' LITERATURE. General survey of, 301-310.
ROMAN DE TROIE (r[=o]-m[)o]n' de trwa). Popularity of, 304.
RO'MANS. And Jews, 183;
claim Aeneas, 307;
Britain invaded by, 309.
ROME. Martin the ape on his way to, 49;
same as Romaburg, 109, 117, 127, 277;
Charlemagne crowned at, 155;
Huon at, 164, 174, 180;
Sherasmin at, 177;
Merlin goes to, 210;
Don Sancho visits, 288;
early history of, 304;
Alexander conquers, 306.
RONCESVALLES (r[=o]n-ces-väl'yes). Battle of, 129, 140, 144-147, 150.
ROS'A-MUND. Wife of Alboin, 87;
rebellion and death of, 88.
ROSE GARDEN. I. Laurin's, 118.
II. Kriemhild's, 120.
RO'SEN. Sword of Ortnit, 96, 98;
Wolfdietrich finds, 108.
ROT'HER. King of Lombardy, 88;
wooing of, 89-91;
captures Imelot, 92;
kidnaps Oda. 92;
second journey to Constantinople, 93;
secures his wife, 94;
accompanied by Berchther, 100.
ROU-ME'LI-A. Wolfdietrich's ride through, 104.
ROUND TABLE. Knights tell Parzival of, 190;
Parzival admitted to the, 196, 198;
knights of, 200, 224, 225;
legend of, 204;
Merlin establishes, 208;
Arthur receives, 217;
at Camelot, 218;
Lancelot the principal knight of, 219, 220;
Gareth admitted to, 222;
Geraint one of knights of, 222;
feast at, 225;
Sir Bedivere a knight of, 231.
RU'AL. See _Kurvenal_.
RÜCK'E-NAU, FRAU, 50, 51.
RÜ'DI-GER. Sues for Kriemhild, 71, 72;
oath of, 82, 82;
castle of, 73;
warns Burgundians, 76;
entertains Burgundians, 77;
refrains from tournament, 79;
safe-conduct granted to. 81;
forced to fight, 83;
death of, 83;
at Rose Garden on Rhine, 120;
saves Dietrich, 125;
son of, 126.
RU'MOLT. Squire of Gunther, 75.
RUNES. Magic letters of the North, 276.
RU-OT'ZE. Giantess who hatches magic eggs, 98.
RUS'SIA. A part of Reussen. 125.
RUS-TI'CI-EN DE PISE. 234.
RUY DI'AZ. See _Cid_.
RY'ANCE. King of Ireland, last battle and death of, 217.

SA-BENE'. Guardian of Hildburg, 102;
machinations of, 103;
besieges Lilienporte, 104;
defeated and slain, 108.
SA-BRI'NA. Drowned in Severn. 309.
SA-FO-RET'. Aymon's sons serve and kill, 156.
SAINT O-MER'. Ogier a prisoner at, 136.
SAINTS'BUR-Y, 204.
SALISBURY (s[a:]wlz'b[)e]r-[)i]). Fortress on, 205, 207.
SAM'SON. Father of Dietmar, 110.
SAN'CHO, DON. King of Castile, Cid serves, 288;
a prisoner, 289;
freed by Cid. 288;
robs his sisters, 290;
banishes and recalls Cid, 291;
death of, 291.
SAN'GRE-AL. Same as Holy Grail, 201.
SAN PE'DRO DE CAR-DEÑ'A. Given to Cid, 285;
Cid buried at, 300.
SAN-TI-A'GO DE COM-POS-TE'LA, 140, 285.
SAR'A-CEN. Huon's encounters with, 172.
SAR'A-CENS. Charlemagne defeats, 129, 140, 141, 144, 147, 148;
device of, 143;
Roland and, 145;
Sherasmin escapes from, 165;
Titurel wars against, 185.
SAR-A-GOS'SA. Marsiglio in, 144;
Cid besieges, 289.
SAV'IOR. Dish used by, 183.
SAX'ONS. Lüdeger king of, 56;
led by Hengist, 208;
Arthur wars against, 217.
SAX'O-NY. Burgundian army enters, 57.
SCAN-DI-NA'VI-A. Iliad in. 304.
SCAN-DI-NA'VI-AN. Raids and settlements, 280;
cycle, 301, 302.
SCOT'LAND. Arthur's name in, 214;
Leodegraunce king of, 217;
same as Albania, 309.
SCRATCH-FOOT. Death and epitaph of, 39.
SEINE. Bayard drowned in, 161;
Renaud casts Flamberge in, 161.
SEN'LIS, COUNTESS OF, 138.
SEV'ERN. Named after Sabrina, 309.
SHAKES'PEARE, 163, 305, 309, 310.
SHAR-FE-NEB'BE. Killed by Reynard, 47.
SHER-AS-MIN'. Same as Gerasmes, Huon finds, 165;
accompanies Huon into forest, 166;
Oberon displeased with, 167;
forgiven by Oberon, 168;
journeys to Bagdad, 171;
helps Huon to elope with Rezia, 173;
journeys to France, 174;
quest of, 177;
in fairyland, 179;
duel of, 180;
casket stolen from, 180.
SI'BICH. Wife of, 122;
kills Ermenrich, 126;
death of, 127.
SIC'-ILY. Part of Ortnit's realm, 94.
SID'RAT. Vision of, 95;
elopes with Ornit, 97.
SIE'GE-LIND. I. Mother of Siegfried, 54;
death of, 64.
II. A swan maiden who prophesies to Hagen, 75.
SIEGE PER'IL-OUS. Vacant place at Round Table called, 184;
Parzival in the, 196;
Merlin in the, 213;
the empty, 218;
Galahad in the, 224.
SIEG'FRIED. I. King of Moorland, suitor of Gudrun, 28;
invades Zealand, 28;
joins Hettel and Herwig, 29;
marriage of, 34.
SIEG'FRIED. II. Same as Sigurd, 53;
parentage and birth of, 54;
goes to Worms, 55;
prowess of, 56, 57;
wooes Kriemhild, 58;
with Gunther in Issland, 58-61;
Nibelung warriors of, 61;
marriage of, 62;
conquers Brunhild, 63;
in Xanten, 64;
invited to Worms, 64;
punishes Kriemhild, 65;
Hagen plots against, 66;
betrayal and death of, 67;
burial of, 69;
mourning for, 70;
body of removed to Lorch, 71;
Kriemhild mourns for, 73;
Hagen confesses murder of, 78;
sword of, 84;
Swanhild daughter of, 123;
Kriemhild widow of, 126.
SIEG'MUND. Father of Siegfried, 54;
welcomes Kriemhild, 64;
visits Worms, 64;
hears news of Siegfried's death, 69.
SI'GE-BANT. Father of Hagen, 23;
death of, 24.
SI-GE-MIN'NE. Same as Rauch-Else, transformation of, 105;
marriage and kidnaping of, 105;
rescued by Wolfdietrich, 106;
Liebgart resembles, 107;
magic shirt given by, 108.
SI-GE-NOT'. Dietrich's adventure with, 112;
Hildebrand's encounter with, 113.
SI'GUNE. Daughter of Josiane, 188;
Parzival finds, 191, 195.
SI'GURD. Same as Siegfried, 53;
Danish dynasty traces origin to, 269;
Fafnisbane, 274.
SI'GURD RING. Sues for Ingeborg's hand, 255;
kings of Sogn make treaty with, 256;
Frithiof offers to conquer, 257;
marries Ingeborg, 261, 269;
Frithiof visits, 264;
hunting expedition of, 265;
death of, 266, 270;
son of, 266;
marries Alfild, 269;
wooes Alfsol, 270.
SI'GURD THE SNAKE-EYED. Son of Ragnar, 275.
SI-MIL'DE. See _Kunhild_.
SI-MILT'. See _Kunhild_.
SIN'DOLT. Helps Siegfried, 56.
SIN'TRAM. Dietrich delivers, 117.
SKEAF. Son of Odin, 9;
career of, 10.
SKIOLD. Same as Skeaf, 9, 10.
SKIOL'DUNGS. Dynasty of, 9.
SOD'OM. Huon and Amanda deluded by apples of, 175.
SOGN. Kingdom of taken by Jokul, 249;
kings of, Sigurd Rings threaten war against, 255.
SOL-DA[=N]'A. City given to Cid. 285.
SOL-TA'NE. Forest where Parzival was brought up, 188.
SOL'WAY FIRTH. Battle of, 205.
SONS OF AY'MON, 152-162.
SO'TE. A pirate, stole Völund ring, 251.
SPAIN. Charlemagne in, 129, 140, 143, 144;
Roland in, 149, 150;
Aymon in, 154;
Montsalvatch in, 185;
Arabs in, 282;
patron of, 285.
SPAN-GAR-HE'DE. Ragnar at, 273.
SFAN'IARDS. Legend of Holy Grail christianized by, 182;
Richoude belongs to, 188;
battle cry of, 287.
SPAN'ISH. Cortes, 297;
cycle, 302.
SPEN'SER. "Faerie Queene" of. 211, 310.
STEI'ER-MARK. Province of given to Dietlieb, 118;
Dietlieb of, 120.
STE'PHEN, ST. Church of, 215.
STONE'HENGE. Work of Merlin, 208, 211.
STU'DAS. Father of Heime, 115.
STYR'I-A. See _Steiermark_.
SU'DERS. Ortnit sets sail for, 97.
SUL'TAN. Daughter of, 164;
Amanda to be sold as slave to, 176;
gardens of, 177;
Amanda refuses to marry, 178;
sends embassy to Cid, 298.
SU'SAT. Dietrich goes to, 124;
Waldemar's son a captive in, 125;
Dietrich's mournful return to, 126.
SVITH'I-OD. Eystein king of, 274.
SWAN'HILD. Daughter of Siegfried and Kriemhild, death of, 123;
brothers of, 126.
SWAN KNIGHT. Lohengrin the, 203.
SWE'DEN. Eadgils king of, 19;
part of Wilkina land, 121;
Viking in, 247;
Svithiod same as, 274.
SWEDES. Beowulf conquers, 12.
SWE'DISH. Writers, 246;
princess, Hunvor a, 247;
king, Eystein the, 276.
SWEM'MEL. Hungarian minstrel, 74.
SWIN'BURNE, 204, 234.
SWORDS. See _Nägeling_, _Nagelring_, _Mimung_,
_Eckesax_, _Joyeuse_, _Durandana_,
_Altecler_, _Flamberge_, _Excalibur_,
_Angurvadel_, _Tizona_, _Colada_.
SYR'I-A. Ortnit's journey to, 95.

TAN'TRIS. Same as Tristan, 238.
TA-RAS-CO'NI-A. Iwo prince of, 156.
TARN'KAP-PE. Siegfried and, 55, 60;
Laurin and, 119.
TCHIO-NA-TU-LAN'DER. And Sigune, 188;
Parzival to avenge, 191;
shrine of, 195.
TEG-NÉR'. Writings of, 246, 267.
TEM'PLARS Guardians of Holy Grail called, 186;
divine guidance of, 187;
anticipation of, 189;
disappointment of, 199;
customs of, 202;
renown of, 301.
TEN'NY-SON, 204.
TEU-TON'IC. Cycle, 301.
THAMES. Brutus visits the, 309.
THE-OD'O-RIC. Of Verona, same as Dietrich of Bern, no, 127;
tomb of, 128.
THE-OD-O-RI'CUS. And Roland at Roncesvalles, 146, 147.
THE'SEUS. Adventures of, 249.
THES-SA-LO-NI'CA. Walgundof, 100;
Hugdietrich at, IOO;
Berchther at, 101.
THIE'DRIC. Roland's squire, 148.
THING. Convoked by Hygd, 18;
Beowulf elected by, 19;
Belé convokes, 252;
Ragnar recognized by, 270.
THOM'AS, LORD, 245.
THOM'AS OF ER'CIL-DOUNE, 234.
THO'RA. Daughter of Jarl Herrand, 271;
Ragnar rescues and marries, 272;
sons and death of, 272.
THO'RER. Son of Viking, 249.
THOR'STEN. I. Saga, 246.
II. Son of Viking, receives Angurvadel, 249;
shipwrecks of, 250;
marriage and conquests of, 250;
at Framnäs, 251;
father of Frithiof, 251, 260, 261;
last interview with Belé, 252;
death and burial of, 252.
THU'RI-SIND. King of Gepidæ, 86:
granddaughter of, 87.
TIN-TA'GEL. In Cornwall, Gorlois lord of, 209;
Uther's secret visit to, 209;
Mark at, 235;
Tristan at, 236;
Iseult to go to, 240.
TI-TA'NI-A. Queen of the fairies, 175;
carries off Huonet, 176;
restored to Oberon's favor, 179.
TIT'U-REL. And the Holy Grail, 182-203;
Von Eschenbach's poem of, 182;
birth of, 185;
vision of, 185;
sees Holy Grail, 186;
builds temple, 186;
guardian of Holy Grail, 187;
children of, 188;
intercedes for Amfortas, 189;
crowns Parzival, 200;
disappearance of, 200.
TI-TU'RI-SONE. Pilgrimage of, 185.
TI'TUS. Disease of, 183;
miraculous cure of, 184.
TI-ZO'NA. Sword of Cid, won from Moors, 285, 294;
given to Infante of Carrion, 296;
recovered by Cid, 297;
dead Cid draws, 300;
inscription on, 300.
TO-LE'DO. School of magic at, 153;
Don Alfonso at, 290;
Cid at, 291;
Don Alfonso a prisoner at, 292;
Yahia ruler of, 294;
Cortes at, 297.
TO'RO. City given to Doña Elvira, 288;
taken by Don Sancho, 290.
TOUR'MONT. Huon at, 169.
TOURS. Origin of name, 308.
TRAN-SYL-VA'NI-A. Herrat princess of, 126.
TREV'RE-ZENT. Son of Frimoutel, 188;
Parzival visits, 199.
TRI-ENT'. Dwelling place of dragons, 98.
TRIS'TAN. Ogier and, 138;
legend of, 204;
story of, 234-245.
TRIS'TREM. See _Tristan_.
TRO'I-LUS. And Cressida, story of, 305.
TRON'JE. Hagen of, 124.
TROY. Sigeminne queen of, 105;
downfall of, 303.
TU'NIS. Huon, Amanda, Fatima, and Sherasmin in, 177;
Galafre king of, 180.
TU-ROL'DUS. Probable author of "Chanson de Roland," 130.
TU-RO'NUS. Nephew of Brutus, 308.
TUR'PIN. Latin chronicle attributed to, 129, 140;
adviser of Charlemagne, 131, 132, 147, 156.
TYRE. See _Suders_.
TY-RO'LE-AN, 113, 118.

UL'FIN. Councilor of Uther, 209.
U-LYS'SES. In mediaeval literature, 303.
UOTE (w[=o]'te). See _Ute II_.
UP'LANDS. Njorfe king of, 248.
UR-RA'CA, DOÑA. Receives Zamora, 288;
loses Zamora, 289;
pleads for Alfonso, 290;
besieged by Don Sancho, 290;
reviles Cid, 291;
warns Alfonso of Sancho's death, 292.
U'TA. See _Ute II_.
U'TE. I. Queen of Burgundy, 53;
interprets Krieinhild's dream, 54;
at tournament, 57;
Pilgrim, brother of, 73;
disapproves of journey to Hungary, 74.
U'TE. II. Marries Hildebrand, 112;
rejoined by Hildebrand, 127.
U'THER. Son of Constans, 205;
fights with Vortigern and Hengist, 208;
Merlin builds palace for, 208;
changed into form of Gorlois, 209;
marries Yguerne, 210;
death of, 210;
father of Arthur, 214, 215;
a descendant of Brutus, 309.

VAL-DUER'NA. Given to Rodrigo, 285.
VALE OF THORNS. See _Roncesvalles_.
VA-LEN'CI-A. Taken by Moors, 294, 300;
recovered by Cid, 294;
Cid master of, 295;
Moors besiege, 296, 298;
Cid's return to, 296, 296;
Christians cannot hold, 299;
evacuation of, 300.
VAL-HAL'LA. Ragnar summoned to, 278.
VAL'KYRS. Brunhild one of the, 274;
Ragnar warned by, 278.
VA-RAN'GI-AN GUARD. The, 281.
VEILLANTIF (v[=a]-[:a]n-t[=e]f). Roland kills, 145.
VEN'ICE. Lion of, 281.
VER'GEN. Place on Danube, 73.
VE-RO'NA. Same as Bern, 77, 110;
Theodoric of, 110;
tomb of Theodoric near, 128.
VE-RON'I-CA, ST. Story of, 183.
VES-PA'SI-AN. Sends commission to Jerusalem, 183;
at Jerusalem, 184;
at Rome, 185.
VI-A'NE. Renaud meets Aude at siege of, 149.
VI-EN'NA. Library at, 22;
wedding at, 73.
VIK. Frithiof enters the, 264.
VI'KING. Grandson of Haloge, 247;
early adventures and marriage of, 247;
second marriage of, 248;
adventures of sons of, 248;
Aegir gives Ellida to, 250.
VIR'GIL. In "Rome la Grant," 307.
VIR'GIN-AL. Dietrich's adventure with, 113, 114;
Dietrich forsaken by, 123.
VIV'I-AN. And Merlin, 211-213;
Lancelot stolen by, 219.
VOL'KER. Follower of Gunther, receives gifts, 77;
ally of Hagen, 78;
kills Hun, 80;
might of, 81.
VOL'SUNG. The race, 110.
VOL'SUNG-A SA'GA, 53, 269.
VÖ'LUND. The smith, 115, 250;
ring of, 253, 257.
VOR'TI-GERN. Made king and builds fortress, 205;
messengers of, 206;
death of, 208;
advised by Merlin, 210.
VOS'GES. See _Wasgenstein_.
VUL-CA'NUS, MOUNT. Malagigi's adventure at, 153.

WACE. Writer of metrical tale of Brutus, 307.
WA-CHIL'DE. And Wittich,115, 126.
WACK'ER-LOS. Complaint of, 36, 38.
WAG'NER. Used mediaeval legends, 182, 204, 234.
WAL'DE-MAR. King of Reussen, Dietrich wars against, 125.
WA-LEIS'. Battle at, 27.
WALES. Arthur's name in, 214.
WAL'GUND OF THES-SA-LO-NI'CA. Hugdietrich's visit to, 100;
finds grandson with wolf, 102.
WAL'THER VON WAS'GEN-STEIN. Champion of Ermenrich, 118;
at Gerimsburg, 122;
a hostage in Hungary, 124;
elopes with Hildegunde, 124;
marries Hildegunde, 125.
WAS'GEN-STEIN. Walther and Hildegunde flee to, 124.
WAT. Follower of Hettel, 25;
athletic skill of, 26;
wounds Hagen, 27;
fosters Ortwine, 27;
to be Gudrun's deliverer, 31;
challenges Normans, 32;
kills Gerlinda, 33.
WAX'MUTH. Son of Hildburg, 103;
and Hugdietrich, 103.
WAY'LAND. See _Wieland_.
WEAL'THEOW. Wife of Hrothgar, 15.
WE'BER. "Oberon" of, 163.
WELSH. Poetry, 204;
version of Tristan, 234.
WE'NER, LAKE. Battle of, 249.
WER'BEL. Hungarian minstrel, 74;
Hagen strikes off hand of, 80.
WE'SER. See _Wisara_.
WES'TER-LANDS. Queen of, 232.
WEST-PHA'LI-A. Dortmund in, 162.
WHIT'A-BY. Ragnar at, 271;
second battle at, 276.
WIE'LAND. I. The smith, weapons of, 115, 154.
II. "Oberon" of, 163.
WIF'LIS-BURG. Hastings at, 276.
WIG'LAF. Avenges Hardred, 19;
accompanies Beowulf, 19;
saves Beowulf's life, 20.
WIL-DE'BER. Joins Dietrich, 117;
in Hungary, 121;
escape of, 122.
WIL-KI'NA LAND. Dietrich invades, 121.
WIN'CHES-TER, See _Camelot_.
WI-SA'RA. Falster wood on banks of, 117.
WIT'IG. See _Wittich_.
WIT'TICH. Son of Wieland, starts for Bern, 115;
conquers Dietrich, 116;
goes to Rose Garden, 118;
made prisoner, 121;
released, 122;
pursued by Dietrich and saved by Wachilde, 126.
WOLF-DIE'TRICH. Rescue of, 102;
at Meran, 103;
besieges Constantinople, 103, 108;
adventures with Rauch-Else, 104;
marries Sigeminne, 105;
kills Drusian, 106;
adventure with Belligan, 106;
kills dragon and marries Liebgart, 108;
descendants of, 109.
WOLF'HART. Nephew of Hildebrand, 112;
in Rose Garden, 118, 120.
WOL'FRAM VON ESCH'EN-BACH, 86, 182, 204.
WORMS. Capital of Burgundy, 53;
Siegfried at, 55, 57, 58;
Kriemhild at, 64;
Siegfried carried to, 68;
mourning at, 69;
Rüdiger at, 71, 82;
minstrels at, 74;
chaplain returns to, 75;
tidings carried to, 85;
Rose Garden at, 120;
Gunther and Hagen do not return to, 124.
WÜL'PEN-SAND. Battle of, 29.

XAN'TEN. Tournament at, 54;
Siegfried and Kriemhild at, 64.
XI-ME'NA, DOÑA. Seeks to avenge her father, 284;
marries Cid, 285;
at Zamora, 287;
Cid parts from, 293;
executes last wishes of Cid, 299.

YA'HI-A. Grandson of Alimaymon, 294.
Y-GUERNE'. Wife of Gorlois, 209;
marries Uther, 210;
mother of Arthur, 215.
Y-SOLDE'. See _Iseult_.
Y'VOIR-IN OF MONT'BRAND. Uncle of Esclarmonde, 180.
Y'WAIN. Grandson of Yguerne, 209.

ZA-MO'RA. Cid returns to, 287;
Doña Urraca at, 288, 290;
Don Sancho takes, 289;
siege of, 290, 291;
Don Alfonso's arrival at, 292.
ZEA'LAND. Herwig's kingdom, 28.




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