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Iseult

Iseult a princess in medieval legend. According to one account, she was the sister or daughter of the king of Ireland, the wife of King Mark of Cornwall, and loved by Tristram. In another account, she was the daughter of the king of Brittany and wife of Tristram.

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Iseult

Iseult: see Tristram and Isolde.

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