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Vivien

Vivien in the Arthurian legend, an enchantress (otherwise Nimue or Niniane) who entrapped Merlin and imprisoned him in a tower of air in the forest of Broceliande.

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Vivien

Vivien, in Arthurian legend: see Merlin.

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