Morbidus and the sea monster. Jean of Wavrin, Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre. France, N. E. (Lille?) and Netherlands, S. (Bruges), c.1470-1480. "When King Morbidus heard the pitiful complaint that the people made of this beast, he trusted so much in his own courage and strength, that he went alone against the monster. However, I have often heard that he is a fool who confides in his own hardihood, for too great hardihood produces rashness, and rashness is not valour..."