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  1. Yniol

    Yniol is the father of Enid in Arthurian legend, appearing in Geraint and Enid. He is an earl who was ousted from his earldom by his nephew Yder the "Knight of the Sparrow-Hawk". Yder is compelled to restore his land when bested by Geraint. This article incorporates text from the public domain 1907 edition of The Nuttall Encyclopædia.

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  1. Yniol

    an earl of Arthurian legend, the father of Enid, who was ousted from his earldom by his nephew the "Sparrow-Hawk," but who, when overthrown, was compelled to restore it to him.

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