Otinel (13th century) is also pure fiction.
Lekpreuik, St Andrews, 1472), apparently original; Sir Ferumbras (c. 1380) and the Sowdone of Babylone (c. 1400) from an early version of Fierabras; a fragmentary Roland and Vernagu (Ferragus); two versions of Otuel (Otinel); and a Sege of Melayne (c. 1390), forming a prologue to Otinel unknown in French.
Paris, in Romania (1875); Otinel, ed .Guessard and Michelant (Anciens poetes, 1859), and Sir Otuel, ed.
Michel (1839); The Sege of Melaine, introductory to Otinel, preserved in English only (ed.
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