1. Gilbert

      Son of Cadgyffro. He was one of Arthur’s warriors and advisors in Welsh legend. A Welsh Triad lists him as one of the "three Slaughter-Blocks of the Island of Britain". He rode a horse named Red Wolf-Tread.

      The name Gilbert is Norman, and was borne by several British rulers in the twelfth century; the particular progenitor of the name was likely Gilbert of Clare.

    2. Gilbert

      The valiant son of Tjofabier of Merkanie, slain in his father's war against Gerhart of Riviers. He was avenged by Arthur's Sir Garel.

    3. Gilbert
      Gylbart, Gylbert

      Father of a maiden upon whom Gawaine begot a child in The Jeaste of Sir Gawain. When Gilbert learned that Gawaine had slept with his daughter, he challenged him to combat and was defeated, as were his three sons, Gyamoure, Tyrry, and Brandelis.

      He is known as Norroiz in the first continuation of Chrétien’s Perceval.

    4. Gilbert the Bastard

      A knight killed by Meliot de Logres.