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XIII: With 134,000 men Charles sets out against Aigolandus. ' The whole paragraph gives us an interesting insight into the nationalism of the Pseudo-Turpin, and also into the structure of society in his time. • The characterization of Roland as 'princeps Blavii' is peculiar to the Pseudo-Turpin. Evidently it is an attempt to explain why he was entombed at Blaye (in tradition, at least). See page 44, note 4, below. * Small wonder, since the city never existed. ' The Pseudo-Turpin evidently forgets that he is supposed to be a contemporary of Charlemagne; or it may be that this allusion to the songs about Ogier was originally a marginal gloss, supposedly written by Calixtus II, the 'editor' of the whole Book, and copied into the text by mistake.
Ollivier Beauregard heard from a priest of La Rochelle and recorded in the Revue des Traditions populaires (ix [18941,504) the following story: Louis IX, on the evening after his victorious battle of Taillebourg (August, 1242), encamped beside the Charente near Saintes. His men thrust their spears into the ground. In the morning it was found that the spears had put forth foliage. To commemorate this miracle the saintly king caused an altar to be erected, and this he called Notre-Dame d'Ecurat (that is 'e curare').
Campbell, Popular Tales of the West Highlands [London, 1892], in, 54. Of the following examples of invulnerability I owe a number to Professor George Lyman Kittredge: (1) [Achilles type]. F. M. Luzel, Contes populaires de Bassc-Bretagne [Paris, 1887], I, 255 [palm], in, 322 [spot over heart]; Tawney's Katha Sarit Sagara, ed. N. M. Penzer [London, 1924-1928], 1,127 [hand], 129 [spot between shoulders]; and J. Stanley Gardiner, Journal of the Anthropological Institute, XXVII , 507 f. [eye, toe].
The Pseudo-Turpin, edited from Bibliothèque Nationale, fonds latin, MS. 17656, with an annotated synopsis, by H. M. Smyser by Smyser, Hamilton Martin