By Julian the Apostate
Julian the Apostate, the final pagan emperor of Rome, wrote opposed to the Galileans as a feedback of Christianity.
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24 Bill Burgwinkle All three men drop to their knees, begging that God should now deliver them from their pain. The author notes quietly that their prayers are not answered (‘Il ne leur vaut otroier’ ). The floating barrel is later retrieved by Flemish merchants at sea who free the lady and revive her emaciated body. Then, having docked on the island of Aumarie (Almaría), they offer her to the sultan of the land in return for favourable trading rights. The young sultan is taken with her beauty and asks if she would willingly give up Christianity for him.
L’envoi de prisonniers permet non seulement l’intégration d’éléments rebelles à l’ordre arthurien mais également la diffusion de cette pratique et de cette éthique du témoignage véridique sur lequel se fonde idéalement l’authenticité du texte. La difficulté de l’aveu solennel de Tradelinant, compte rendu d’une défaire passée, fait écho au cas de conscience de Gauvain, particulièrement réticent à se présenter directement sous la forme d’un nain. La honte et le secret, une marginalisation et une dégradation difficilement assumées Gauvain subit une transformation physique humiliante et redoute l’idée de se rendre à la cour d’Arthur dans une telle condition.
Brunel (Paris: Champion, 1926). Guilt, Shame and Masculine Insufficiency 23 The other five men claim his wife as repayment for the death of their brother (‘Segneur, j’ai mon frere perdu, si voel avoir ceste dame en restor’ ); then, instead of bothering to take her with them, they strip her and all five rape her, in full view of Tiebaut. The bandits then depart. The wife staggers to her feet, lifts up a sword belonging to one of the three dead bandits and approaches her husband, who asks her to untie him (‘desliés moi’ ).
Against the Galileans by Julian the Apostate