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The Pseudo-Turpin, edited from Bibliothèque Nationale, fonds by Smyser, Hamilton Martin

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4 In a life of Mathilda, queen of Henry I the Fowler, written toward the end of the tenth century, is to be found the following anecdote: Charlemagne is carrying on a holy crusade against the heathen king Wittekind [of Saxony]. ' When the combat takes place, the Lord is moved by the prayers and tears of the faithful to give the victory to Charlemagne. Wittekind suffers a change of heart and becomes Christian, and all his followers do likewise. (See the Vita Mahthildis [sic] reginae antiquior, ed.

Henrique Florez, Espana Sagrada, xx [Madrid, 176J], pp. 8, 23-26, 257> $46, */ passim. For interpretations of the history of Iria and Compostela which rely upon the Historia Compostelana and thus differ widely from Dozy — without, as I think, being nearly as plausible — see P. B. Gams, Die Kirchengeschichte von Spanien [Regensburg, 1874], 11 (i), Bk. 10, esp. p. 368; and the Catholic Encyclopedia, s. n. ) Synopsis 37 I, Turpin, with nine other bishops dedicate the church and altar of St James. To that church Charles allots all Spain and Galicia and ordains that every householder of Galicia shall pay it annually four nummi and shall then be free from all service.

Charlemagne comes to Noples, and when he learns that Four£ is dead grows so angry as to slap Roland's face with his glove. The lost chanson probably in some wise explains an expression frequently found in the chanson de gestt: 'vengier Fourf,' meaning to undertake more than one can accomplish. But it explains nothing in regard to this passage in the Turpin, so far, at least, as it can be reconstructed from the epitomes and allusions. ). (See G. , pp. , and Notes additionelles [by Meyer]. Other allusions will be found in Aymeri de Narbonne, ed.

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