The early accounts of Geoffrey of Monmouth and Gerald of Wales refer to Morgan in conjunction with the Isle of Apples (later Avalon)

ISLE OF APPLES. GWAPPLE = MORGWAINE

Though in later stories [Morgana] becomes an adversary of the Round Table when Guinevere discovers her adultery with one of her husband’s knights, she eventually reconciles with her brother

Adultery with one of her husband’s knights
adultery.knight.

The early accounts of Geoffrey of Monmouth and Gerald of Wales refer to Morgan in conjunction with the Isle of Apples (later Avalon)

ISLE OF APPLES. GWAPPLE = MORGWAINE

Though in later stories [Morgana] becomes an adversary of the Round Table when Guinevere discovers her adultery with one of her husband’s knights, she eventually reconciles with her brother

Adultery with one of her husband’s knights

adultery.knight.