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Caval (or Cabal) is the hound of King [[Arthur]]. [[File:Cavall.jpg|thumb]]
 
Caval (or Cabal) is the hound of King [[Arthur]]. [[File:Cavall.jpg|thumb]]
   
According to Nennius, when Arthur was pursuing the boar Troynt, Caval's footprint was left on a stone in Wales, which moved from its resting place at night, always returning in the morning, and that Arthur erected a cairn over it. Another story makes Caval take part in the hunt for the boar Ysgithyrwyn.
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According to Nennius, when Arthur was pursuing the boar Troynt, Caval's footprint was left on a stone in Wales, which moved from its resting place at night, always returning in the morning, and that Arthur erected a cairn over it. Another story makes Caval take part in the hunt for the boar Ysgithyrwyn, one of the tasks of [[Culwich]].

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Caval (or Cabal) is the hound of King Arthur.
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According to Nennius, when Arthur was pursuing the boar Troynt, Caval's footprint was left on a stone in Wales, which moved from its resting place at night, always returning in the morning, and that Arthur erected a cairn over it. Another story makes Caval take part in the hunt for the boar Ysgithyrwyn, one of the tasks of Culwich.

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