Figures Of The Past: Ganelon

The traitor Ganelon - who betrayed Roland and Charlemagne - is mentioned in footnotes and a symbolic figure (mostly with Mordred) in Arthurian legends and even makes an appearance in Dante's Divine Comedy, Canto XXXII.

Ganelon's fate and treachery is immortalized in the Song of Roland.

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