Mordred

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Mordred

(ˈmɔːdrɛd)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a variant of Modred
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the Battle of Camlan] in qua Arthur et Medraut corruerunt.
Captured as a deserter, Paul is sentenced to die, but his performance in an impromptu theatrical audition impresses his captor, the cultured Confederate Colonel Medraut.
Medraut (John Fleck) and his trio of slaves, Puck (Moe Daniels), Cleo (Merle Dandridge) and Hamlet (Leonard Roberts), Paul escapes being strung up as a deserter and is recruited into Medraut's regiment and his band of players.
Goewin arrives in Ethiopia after the devastation of her father's death at the hand of his illegitimate son, called Medraut in this story, She discovers that before her half-brother, the heir to Arthur's throne, disappeared he fathered a child with an Ethiopian princess.