Two Neglected Paladins of Charlemagne: Erich of Friuli and Gerold of Bavaria

@article{Ross1945TwoNP,
  title={Two Neglected Paladins of Charlemagne: Erich of Friuli and Gerold of Bavaria},
  author={J. B. Ross},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1945},
  volume={20},
  pages={212 - 235}
}
IN Einhard's discussion of the wars waged by Charles the Great, the death in battle of distinguished Frankish officials is twice recorded, once in connection with the war in Spain' and again a propos of the Avar war.2 The first notice, relating the loss of the Seneschal Eggihard, the Count of the Palace Anselm, and Roland, Duke of the March of Brittany, has been immortalized in the Chanson de Roland although the events it concerns were of relatively slight importance in the history of the… Expand
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