Peredur was the character developed into the later model of Percival and Parzifal. His father was Ewfrac and he was a seventh son.
The syllable "Per" occurs in all forms of the name. Interestingly, this character is the hero around which the tales of the holy grail, in Arthurian and other legends, revolve - and the word "Per" in Brythonic celtic means "vessel", or "bowl". The earliest tale of Peredur is one of revenge, but tales of bounty-hunting also abound.

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