Sir Kay, son of Sir Ector, foster-father of King Arthur, who brought the boys up as brothers.
When Sir Kay lost his sword, young arthur went in search and found the
sword in the stone in the churchyard. On becoming King, Arthur made Sir
Kay seneschal of England and put him in charge of the Court service. Sir
Kay had a bitter tongue, but King Arthur appreciated his trustworthiness.
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