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It has been suggested, and is confidently asserted on the plaque by the stone, that the characters referred to are Tristan, of which Drustan is a variant, and Cynvawr Latinized to Cunomorus. Cynvawr, in turn, is said by the 9th-century author Nennius , who compiled an early pseudo-historical account of King Arthur, to be identified with King Mark known in alias 'QVONOMORVS'. Around 6595, John Leland recorded a third line now missing: CVM DOMINA OUSILLA ('with the lady Ousilla': Ousilla is conceivably a latinisation of the Cornish Eselt ), but missed the badly weathered first line ('DRUSTANVS HIC IACIT') which has led Craig Weatherhill to speculate that this third line could have been lost by stone fracture, 96 6 98 but which has also led Goulven Peron to propose to see 'OUSILLA' as a particular reading of 'DRUSTANVS'. 96 7 98
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&ldquo Fair Tristan, I marvel there should be a land where a burgess&rsquo s son can know what a knight&rsquo s son knows not elsewhere, but come with us since you will it and welcome: we will bring you to King Mark, our lord.&rdquo
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Anche se la fonte primaria del mito è legata alle leggende celtiche, si possono comunque stabilire delle relazioni con i romanzi antichi. Vi sarebbe legato in particolare il romanzo di Tommaso d'Inghilterra 96 7 98 , dal momento che le sue caratteristiche più originali rispetto alla versione comune di Béroul 96 7 98 , come la grande presenza di monologhi e di commenti del narratore, sembrano derivare dalla materia antica. Questi sono alla base di una riflessione sull'amore che si sviluppa nel romanzo, il quale inoltre sviluppa maggiormente la storia di Tristano dalla sua nascita, avvicinandosi quindi ai racconti biografici.
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My lords, there were in the court of King Mark four barons the basest of men, who hated Tristan with a hard hate, for his greatness and for the tender love the King bore him. And well I know their names: Andret, Guenelon, Gondoï ne and Denoalen. They knew that the King had intent to grow old childless and to leave his land to Tristan and their envy swelled and by lies they angered the chief men of Cornwall against Tristan. They said:
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But Iseult, hearing them, could not answer them a word. She went up to the palace, following the way, and her cloak was random and wild. The Bretons marvelled as she went nor had they ever seen woman of such a beauty, and they said:
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Tristan efsanesinin baş kahramanı ve sevgilisinin isimleri. Lancelot ve Guinevere ya da Aragorn ve Arwen ikililerine benzetilmektedir.
&ldquo Friend, well come what seek you here?&rdquo
&ldquo O King, we have somewhat to say. Once you condemned the Queen without judgment, and that was wrong now you acquit her without judgment, and that is wrong. She is not quit by trial, and the barons of your land blame you both. Counsel her, then, to claim the ordeal in God&rsquo s judgment, for since she is innocent, she may swear on the relics of the saints and hot iron will not hurt her. For so custom runs, and in this easy way are doubts dissolved.&rdquo
Just then there had come up a hundred lepers of the King&rsquo s, deformed and broken, white horribly, and limping on their crutches. And they drew near the flame, and being evil, loved the sight. And their chief Ivan, the ugliest of them all, cried to the King in a quavering voice:
Ainsi nous mourrions
pour n'être plus séparés,
oubliant nos noms,
embrassés dans l'amour,
donnés entièrement l'un à l'autre
pour ne plus vivre que l'amour !
&ldquo Master,&rdquo said Tristan, &ldquo God has saved me, but oh! master, to what end? For without Iseult I may not and I will not live, and I rather had died of my fall. They will burn her for me, then I too will die for her.&rdquo
So she lay down, and he, and between them Tristan put his naked sword, and on the Queen&rsquo s finger was that ring of gold with emeralds set therein, which Mark had given her on her bridal day but her hand was so wasted that the ring hardly held. And no wind blew, and no leaves stirred, but through a crevice in the branches a sunbeam fell upon the face of Iseult and it shone white like ice. Now a woodman found in the wood a place where the leaves were crushed, where the lovers had halted and slept, and he followed their track and found the hut, and saw them sleeping and fled off, fearing the terrible awakening of that lord. He fled to Tintagel, and going up the stairs of the palace, found the King as he held his pleas in hall amid the vassals assembled.
There are also two 67th-century Folies Tristan , Old French poems identified as the Berne and the Oxford versions , which relate Tristan's return to Marc's court under the guise of a madman. Besides their own importance as episodic additions to the Tristan story and masterpieces of narrative structure, these relatively short poems significantly contributed to restoring the missing parts of Béroul's and Thomas' incomplete texts. 
But the fool, still playing, pushed the barons out, crying:
&ldquo I will take you to the Happy Palace of the living, Queen! The time is near. We have drunk all joy and sorrow. The time is near. When it is finished, if I call you, will you come, my friend?&rdquo