By Ross Gilbert Arthur
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3257) Ydoine saw the young lord sleeping as peacefully as if he were healthy and happy. She was seized by great pity and wept over him most tenderly. She spoke sweetly and prudently to her people: ÒIf he tries to move or flee, make every effort to hold him back if you 68 Amadas and Ydoine wish to preserve my life. Ó They said that they would do everything they could to restrain him. Ydoine unwrapped herself: she threw her cape to the ground and stood there wearing only her fine linen tunic and her chemise, but she was so attractive and beautiful that there was no lady or maiden so beautiful from there to the city of Nevers.
Then he crossed into Lombardy and explored all Romagna; then he returned through the countries which were troubled by great wars, straight through Germany. Then he made a tour of Brittany, Hainaut and Brabant and the borders near Ostrevant; in Vimy and Pontieu he tourneyed and won fame for deeds of arms. He performed many a chivalrous deed in Flanders and in Normandy. He became so famous for his lance that no knight in all the kingdom of France won such honor in tourneying. Everywhere he went, he handled himself so well that he surpassed all others in deeds of arms.
They pulled at him and pummeled him, and those who were farther away hurled mud or clumps of wood, old shoes or rags. Those who were nearer struck him on the flanks, the sides, the back and the shoulders, and made clear blood flow all down his body, striking him with long sticks and covering his back with blood. (3155) It was sad to see that happen to any man that one ought to love. The more she loved him, the more it pained her that they treated him so wretchedly and made him ugly in front of her eyes.
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