Amadis de Gaul

Amadis de Gaul (Am`adis de Gaul) , a celebrated romance in prose, written partly in Spanish and partly in French by different romancers of the 15th century; the first four books were regarded by Cervantes as a masterpiece. The hero of the book, Amadis, surnamed the Knight of the Lion, stands for a type of a constant and deferential lover, as well as a model knight-errant, of whom Don Quixote is the caricature.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Amadeus I. * Amadou
Alured of Beverley
Alva, Duke of
Alvara`do, Pedro de
Alvarez, Francesco
Alvarez, Don José
Alviano
Amadeus, Lake
Amade`us V.
Amadeus VIII.
Amadeus I.
Am`adis de Gaul
Amadou
Amaimon
Amalaric
Amalekites
Amal`fi
Amalfian Laws
Ama`lia, Anna
Amalric
Amalthe`a
Ama`ra Sinha

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