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ID: 901000763
Page link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ia/901000763
Record Type: Character/Person

Enide (character, Arthurian legend)

Note: In Arthurian legend, the wife of a prince and knight of the round table, named "Erec" in Chr├ętien de Troyes' "Erec and Enide" and "Geraint" in the Welsh "Geraint and Enid." Enide meets the hero while he is on a mission; they fall in love and marry. Their union suffers through various misunderstandings in both legends, but they are finally reconciled.

Names:
Enide (character, Arthurian legend) (preferred,English-P,D,N)
Enid (character, Arthurian legend) (Welsh-P,U,N)
Enid (character, Arthurian legend) (English,U,N)

Hierarchical Position:
Literature and Performing Arts (P)
....<Literary characters> (P)
........Arthurian legend characters (literary characters) (I)
............Enide (character, Arthurian legend) (I)
Related Iconography:
is actor for .... Arthurian legend
..........(Literature and Performing Arts, Literary themes and narratives, Arthurian legend (British legends, by 12th century)) [901001139]

Other Relationships:
role/characteristic is .... noblewomen
.....(nobles by gender, nobles (aristocrats), aristocrats, people by state or condition, people (agents), People (hierarchy name)) (AAT)
role/characteristic is .... literary characters
.....(characters (people by activity), people by activity, people (agents), People (hierarchy name)) (AAT)
culture/religion is .... Ancient British
.....(Ancient European, European, styles, periods, and cultures by region, Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)) (AAT)

Sources:
Enide (character, Arthurian legend)
................Archibald and Putter, Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend (2009)
................Lupack, Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature (2005)
................Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
Enid (character, Arthurian legend)
................Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
................Archibald and Putter, Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend (2009)
................Lupack, Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature (2005)
Iconography Record Sources:
................ Lupack, Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature (2005)
................ Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-) accessed 29 December 2015
................ Archibald and Putter, Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend (2009)

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