Guy of Warwick

Guy of Warwick, a hero of English romance of the 13th century, who won the hand of the daughter of the Earl of Warwick by a succession of astonishing feats of valour, but repented of the slaughter he had made, and went a pilgrimage to the Holy Land; returned to his wife disguised as a palmer; retired into a hermitage; when about to die sent a ring to her, upon which she came and interred him; she died 15 days after him, and was buried by his side.

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

Guy, Thomas * Guyon, Sir
Guppy
Gurney, Joseph John
Gustavus (I.) Vasa
Gustavus (II.) Adolphus
Gustavus III.
Gustavus IV.
Gutenburg, Johannes
Guthrie, Thomas
Gutta-percha
Guy, Thomas
Guy of Warwick
Guyon, Sir
Gwalior
Gwynn, Nell
Gyges
Gymnosophists
Gymnotus
Gypsies
Haafiz
Haarlem
Habakkuk

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