Marhaus is an Irish prince. He’s a central player in the story Sandy tells Hank Morgan while they ride on Hank’s quest. Marhaus once crossed swords with Sir Gawaine and, impressed by Gawaine’s brave fighting and dauntless courage, befriended him. Marhaus later defeats a duke and his six sons, sending them to Camelot to serve King Arthur.
Marhaus Character Timeline in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
The timeline below shows where the character Marhaus appears in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 15: Sandy’s Tale
...with Hank occasionally interrupting to correct her archaic phrasing. The woman-hating knight was Irish prince Marhaus. Sir Gawaine warned the women that the two knights guarding their tower wouldn’t be able... (full context)
...noiseless—just ghosts scuffling in a fog.” Undisturbed, Sandy picks up where she left off, with Marhaus unhorsing Sir Gawaine. Hank slips into daydreams about boyhood trips to the seashore, and he... (full context)
Chapter 19: Knight-Errantry as a Trade
...knights they met the day before. Having left the magical fountain with the 30-year-old damsel, Marhaus spent the night at the Duke of the South Marches’s home. Marhaus, accepting the duke’s... (full context)