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In a variant of another Welsh Triad (Trioedd Ynys Prydein, no.
54), only the daughter of Gogfran Gawr is mentioned.
Such stories can be radically different in their depictions of Guinevere and the manners of her demise.
In the Italian 15th-century romance La Tavola Ritonda, Guinevere drops dead upon learning of her husband's fate when Lancelot rescues her from the siege by Arthur's slayer Mordred.
In the 15th-century Middle Cornish play Bewnans Ke, she was called Gwynnever.
The 15th-century English author Thomas Malory wrote her name as Gwenyvere.
This story first appeared in Chrétien de Troyes's Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart and became a major motif in the Lancelot-Grail of the 13th century, carrying through the Post-Vulgate Cycle and Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur.
Guinevere has been portrayed as everything from a villainous and opportunistic traitor to a fatally flawed but noble and virtuous lady.
In Perlesvaus, it is Kay's murder of Loholt that causes Guinevere to die of anguish and she is then buried with Loholt's severed head.