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Sir Torrent was soon in no doubt that his beloved Desonelle was to be married to someone else. Then, when they were still eating, he rode into the hall splendidly armed, with a squire, and approached Desonelle, who was wearing her wedding gown. The King of Aragon was sitting beside his daughter-in-law and defended her nobly. Make yourself ready! Trumpets blew, lords stood on the jousting field, ladies looked on. Torrent and the Prince of Aragon galloped towards one another and Torrent delivered such a blow that the prince was knocked to the ground and his shield was smashed to smithereens.
This was all the comfort the prince got. All those at the tables sat still. No words were spoken except to agree that Torrent was in the right. Torrent moved to the side of the hall. Has he been fair to me? Noblemen led her into a church and I call upon all of you to bear witness to this.
Sir king, farewell. Have a good day. So I advise you to declare a Day of Rights and to organise a single combat between two knights, and may no man be killed. Then the King of Aragon had a thought. He decided to send a message to Satan to send a giant whom he would knight and confer lands to. So messengers went off. Then the king consulted with all his knights and they agreed that the fight should not take place on land but far out to sea, on an island. Great efforts were made to arrange this combat.
If the giant killed Torrent, half of Portugal would be his, to govern as he wished. If Torrent overcame this giant, he would be given half of Aragon, which was three times better. The giant, whose name was Cate, travelled to an island that was fertile and pleasant. Sir Torrent arrived at the ship on a galloping horse, fully armed. Go to your priest, Sir, and prepare! Torrent went to the ship with the unfailing grace that God had sent him.
All the lords of that country, from Rome to the Aegean Sea, stood watching from a safe distance. When Sir Torrent arrived at the place where the fight was to take place, the sailors were anxious to get away. Now I shall kill you. The giant laughed. Sir Torrent tried to move under his guard, where the giant would be most vulnerable, and he got the better of him and began to drive him towards the sea. Soon, the giant was running for his life into the waves.
Sir Torrent gathered large cobbles from the beach and threw them at the giant, who had a hard time trying to fend them away. At last, the giant succumbed to the unceasing barrage, with a terrifying roar that was heard half a mile away. For charity, send me a boat! Everybody marvelled at his size. Then they went to fetch Sir Torrent. The Emperor of Rome was there to greet him, and the King of Provence, the King of Calabria and two or three other kings as well. They all said how worthy he was to receive it.
Sir Torrent now possessed the city of Cargon, in Aragon, and all the land around about. Archbishops formally dissolved the marriage between the Prince of Aragon and Desonelle, as the law decreed, and for defeating this giant, Sir Torrent was held in high regard everywhere and considered to be a great knight.
Sir Torrent gave to Saint Nicholas de Bari, the patron saint of sailors, a great earldom and a cloak which a great abbey kept for him, for the love of Jesus Christ whose power and strength had helped him through the ordeal. At last, every lord took his leave and everybody made their way home. The Queen of Portugal was very pleased that Torrent had prevailed, and thanked God for it.
Sir Torrent stayed for twelve weeks and more, until letters arrived from the King of Norway. The king implored Torrent, if he would, for the love of Jesus, to come to fight a giant who was destroying all his lands, and as a reward he would give his dear daughter to him, along with half of Norway.
And I promise you, on my word, that Desonelle shall receive all my land if I fail to return. Sir Torrent prepared to make his way to Norway, but there were more than fifty with him who would prove to be traitors. Take these gold rings and keep them safe, my generous lady, in case God should send us a child. Desonelle carefully took the rings and fainted three times when she saw that Sir Torrent intended to leave her. The ship was provisioned, horses and armour were loaded aboard, and many noble gentlemen said farewell to their friends before embarking with Torrent.
King Colomon of Portugal, to be honest, hoped never to see Torrent again. The voyage took fifty days, but they arrived at last in Norway, and found it to be a harsh and forbidding place. The ship was driven by a strong wind blowing out of the west, and when they caught sight of the coast of Norway, the gale continued to blow them towards land. Before long, a little before midnight, the ship was riding the waves beside a forest. I suggest that we take down our sails and row back out to sea, while the tide is still in our favour.
Sir Torrent armed himself with shield and spear and all his knights did likewise. Christ will be our help. We will not fail. They made their way into a dense forest, the forest of Brusille so the book says, and here they found lions, bears and all sorts of other wild beasts. The knights turned around as one man and fled back to the ship; they took to the water once again and rowed far from land, leaving Torrent to the attentions of the wild animals.
The shipmen raised the sail and were soon in another land, where they made their way to a chamber where the King of Norway was resting and told him a pack of lies — how Torrent had run away from the giant and abandoned the country that could have been his.
Just before dawn, Torrent heard a terrible noise coming from a valley, like a yelling. He rode to see what was going on and found two dragons sitting beside a deep watering hole, singing to each other, as was their custom. When Sir Torrent had said his prayers, he galloped quickly towards the dragons and skewered one of them on his lance.
But Sir Torrent rained down blows upon it until at last he was able to overcome that foul and loathly creature as well. Dawn broke, the birds began to sing and then the sun began to rise. Torrent was very happy to see the sunlight and rode out of that valley as quickly as he could. He made his way to a mountain where he saw a castle with some high and magnificent towers. He came to a main street, but there were few people to greet him or to give him directions, so he rode up to the gates alone.
The walls were made of stone, and some of these stones were immense. But what can I do? A curse on unfaithfulness! I shall fight here, then, by Jesus. Lord, keep me under your protection, as much as you can! This gentle knight dismounted and took the bridle from his steed, intending to rest for a short while.
His horse pulled at the grass while Sir Torrent took a breather. The giant went to gather stones and spotted Sir Torrent lying there, fully armed. Be in no doubt, when they saw one another, they jumped to it! By this time the giant had prepared himself and he faced this gentle knight as courageously as any wild boar. He carried a great stick over his shoulder and woe betide any man who got in the way of it, for it was over twelve feet long. They were my pride and joy!
If men had been standing there to watch, they would have seen some dreadful blows exchanged! Sir Torrent redoubled his attack, for he believed what the angel had said to him and gave no thought to death. Sir Torrent kept his composure, managed to free the staff from his armour and cast his shield, along with the staff and everything else that had become entangled with it, into the water to go wherever it wished.
The giant, desperate to retrieve his weapon, followed it out into the water. Sir Torrent kept up his blows until the giant became so tired that he drowned, and only then did he let up. Sir Torrent had only a single injury, but it would have been grievous for a lesser man. But God is noble and kind. Through the grace of he who governs this world, Sir Torrent had won the day and the battle was his. By now it was nearly dark and Sir Torrent made his way to the castle to spend the night.
There was nothing much inside, but as he searched, he found, high in a tower, a chamber where he came across a lady sitting in bed. You look to be very strong in battle. Today at dawn he took his club and went down to the main gates to have a drink.
But there are two or three chambers here and I can try to hide you in one of them if you like, and may God protect you from harm. A young knight battled against him and they exchanged some fearsome blows. It can only have been a knight of God or else Saint George himself, who did this. If it was a Christian man who struck him down, he deserves to have his name honoured throughout all of Christendom. But he was eager to get away and to take the fair lady back to her father.
As they were riding beside the edge of a forest they became aware of some men-at-arms coming towards them on well-equipped warhorses. Perhaps he intends to fight the giant. A herald spotted Sir Torrent. Some say that this giant can ride a horse. He must have killed that monster and rescued my daughter. Oh joy! Be in no doubt, Sir Torrent was greeted with great acclaim. Welcome to Norway! The lady had had no idea that he was hurt, but as soon as she knew, she went to him. My lord the king has told me that you shall marry me, for this is what you both agreed.
If I take any wife in this land, I promise that it shall be you. You could hear from a mile away all the shouting and the anger as men vented their rage on these heads, cursed them, beat them with sticks and urinated upon them, for all the shame that they had brought upon the land.
Sir Torrent stayed here for twelve months and more, but then he decided that it was time to go. He came ashore in Portugal, beside a wealthy town that was known in those days, and will be forevermore I imagine, as the city of Peron. He made his way to the king and knelt before him. Desonelle fainted, and as she fell and lay on the floor, she inadvertantly gave away evidence of her pregnancy.
Her maidens all tried desperately to cover her up; it was embarrassing to see. You can say goodbye to any happiness that may have been in store for you. I shall have you cast into the sea, you and that bastard child inside you, and you can learn to ride the waves. Earls and barons crowded around the king, many on their knees, pleading on behalf of that young lady.
That thing which she has done was with the son of an earl. But if she must die, let her remain here until the baby is born. So Desonelle stayed there until her baby was delivered, and in fact she gave birth to healthy twins, two boys. They were fine and noble babies and looked very like their father, Sir Torrent. But for the love he bore for their mother, they were to suffer. It was pitiful to see that lady led away.
The queen nearly went mad with grief and knights stood weeping openly. They took a silk cloth, tore it into two pieces and wrapped the babies in them. When the young lady was pushed away in her boat, a hundred people fainted, on the beach at Peron. Desonelle called on Jesus Christ and knelt in prayer:. The wind picked up and in the darkness it blew that lady out into the green sea. Gales and storms carried the boat to a beach beside a forest, where wild animals roamed.
The tide went out and left the boat high and dry. The lady and her two babies were alone and unprotected. One of them woke up and began to cry, and the lady woke up as well. If there are any Christian men here, we will receive help soon enough.
The lady made her way to a mountain and saw in the distance a city with magnificent, sunlit towers. But a griffin was living on the mountain and it suddenly swooped down and carried her young son away across a lake and into a wilderness, where Saint Anthony was living as a hermit and had a chapel. Desonelle lay her other child down on the ground and began shouting and screaming at the bird as though she was mad. Sobbing and weeping, she took her remaining baby carefully into her arms again and tried to find a way through some thick woodland in pursuit of the griffin, but when she could see that the chase was hopeless, she knelt down and offered a prayer to God and Saint John.
Then a hungry leopard snatched her other child away! The King of Jerusalem had just attended the wedding of his brother, who was the lord of all this land, and as he was on his way home he saw a leopard playing with a child. The book of romance tells us that the child was seized by the leopard in a heathen land and that the King of Jerusalem named the little boy Leopardus.
Two squires were sent running into a nearby town and a wet nurse was quickly found. The king took the baby boy into his own land and told the queen how he had found him beside a stream. Now the book says that as Saint Anthony was walking about, concentrating upon his prayers, he caught sight of a griffin flying towards her nest. Between her claws dangled a child. He prayed to God and to Mary that the child might be delivered safely to the ground, for he wished to save the little baby from death.
That man was on good terms with God, and all at once the griffin landed right beside him. He snatched away the child and took it straight to the altar in his chapel, where he found the beautiful gold ring clasped in its hand and saw that it was a boy. Saint Anthony took the baby as quickly as he could to a great city where his father ruled as king. A griffin flew above his head as he entered the city, crying out as though he was mad. Beneath the white towers, the King of Greece was standing near the city gates with other lords and knights, watching some squires jousting.
They took the baby to a font and christened him. So now he is out of all danger. The holy man gave him a name, so that Jesus might shield him from dishonour, and called him Anthony Fitzgriffin. Keep it safe, if you can. It will protect any man in battle, if by the grace of God he is a knight. But let us leave these children for a moment and speak of Desonelle. She is very unhappy, for her children have both been taken from her.
God, who died upon the cross, may you give grace enough that her fortunes might improve! This lady walked all alone amongst the wild beasts, in grief and dismay. Daybreak arrived and the birds began to sing merrily on every bough. She gave out a shout, but then she heard a hunting horn and ran back into the woodland among the wild animals, for fear that she might be killed. By afternoon she had descended from the uplands onto a plain.
The King of Nazareth was hunting there, among noble and harmless deer, which was a great relief to her. The king and all his knights were amazed when they saw this bright lady all alone and wondered where she could have come from. Lords came over to meet her, for she was recognised by those who had been in her land before and knew her.
All on board have been drowned, except for myself. I managed to reach the shore, where wild animals were roaming. Knights and squires brought up a horse for Desonelle and then they all went back to the city. You are very welcome. Make yourself at home. The entire country is at your disposal.
But let us leave this gentle lady now and speak of the noble Sir Torrent. The King of Norway is very sad to hear that Torrent wants to leave. Torrent insisted that he could not. He took a ship from Norway and arrived in Portugal, where he was quickly told what had happened to Desonelle.
He fell at once onto the cold ground in a dead faint, while the faithless King of Portugal lowered the portcullis of his castle against him. Torrent did not rest but sent letters far and wide to gather knights to help him. Quickly, a council was summoned to determine what punishment the king should suffer for killing his own daughter. So they obtained a wooden ship and agreed to send him out to sea on it to be alone amongst the waves. All of the great lords of the land agreed that this should be done.
And in the harbour of Portugal there were some suitable ships of wood and iron to be found, so they brought him before a wooden boat that had been drilled full of holes. The king asked if he could receive the Eucharist and a last confession. The shipmen bundled the king onto the vessel and sent him on his way. Be in no doubt, he never came to land again.
There were some terrible storms that season. Lords of great renown made Sir Torrent their king, with great rejoicing. All you lords everywhere, think upon the terrible end that falsehood leads you to, and will do so forevermore! Sir Torrent stayed in Portugal for forty days and was very busy with sessions and councils. Then he chose two bold and worthy knights to govern the kingdom on his behalf.
And now, listen for a moment, and hear how Sir Torrent took over the arms and the heraldic emblems of King Colomond. Listen to what you would have seen on his shield: three silver ships on an azure background. Sir Torrent crossed the Aegean Sea and came into a fertile and lovely land. He made straight for the city of Quarelle, as the book of romance tells us, where a sultan ruled, and here he slashed with his sword and thrust with his lance, during an assault of that city that the book of romance describes in great detail.
The city was so well provisioned that the assault lasted for two years before success could be achieved. When the gates finally fell, Sir Torrent commanded that all those who were still alive in the city should be slain, with a spear or a knife. Everything that could be ransacked from this city was divided fairly between his men — gold, silver and all the land which Sir Torrent had won. Then he rode to another city not far away that was worth three times as much as Quarelle. Here he thrust with his spear, beat men down with his sword and laid siege to that city for six years, and at the end of the sixth year, most of the people inside had died of hunger.
The sultan sent a message to Sir Torrent, informing him that if the siege continued for any longer, all the people in the city would have starved to death. Every Good Friday, Sir Torrent was accustomed to do battle with this sultan — may God reward him for it — and Jesus gave him the strength on this occasion to kill the sultan with his sword. He besieged this city for another seven years and gave battle to the Saracens every Good Friday. They gathered an army fifty thousand strong and rode out of that land towards Antioch, intending to do battle with Sir Torrent.
You shall defend this land from that villain, and I hereby confer upon you the order of knighthood. He gave his son arms before he went, and they depicted the way that he had been found: an azure leopard holding a child in its front paws, upon a gold background. It will recall some painful memories for one lady who may shortly see it! Sir Torrent did not delay but rode at once to meet his enemies. Soon, two knights were causing many men to bleed.
No man dared to come anywhere near Sir Torrent, except for his son, although Sir Torrent had no idea who this brave young knight might be. Before long, Torrent found himself captured, much to his great annoyance. When Sir Torrent was taken, his men fled, every one of them. They dared not stay to see what transpired.
It was pitiful to see Sir Torrent offering his sword in capitulation and surrendering to his son. He was led to Jerusalem and all his armour was heaped beside the king. Sir Torrent has been captured, and mighty warriors have thrown him into prison. His son slept above him and kept him under close watch, since he knew how strong Sir Torrent was. They held him in this dungeon for over twelve months, and the time dragged excruciatingly for him. God, have you forsaken me? I see to that.
The next morning, when he arose, the prince went to the king and knelt down upon one knee. I heard him say that he has defeated giants singlehandedly, and two or three dragons as well. The prince went back into the prison, took Torrent by the hand and led him out of the cold dungeon. He took him to the castle and put light fetters on him. Because Sir Torrent was a courteous knight he was seated next to the king at dinner, on the dais. The castle had a large courtyard within its confines and a jousting arena was marked out within it for their sole use.
They rode at each other again and again, and such magnificent skill and horsemanship was never seen before. Heralds cried out that there should be no more jousting, but word had got around and many lords arrived in the city to join in. Everyone tested his agility before going home; the sport lasted for six weeks and by the end of it Sir Torrent had unhorsed every knight in the city. Then a feast was held, with all manner of food and drink, and songs and tales from the minstrels, and it lasted for seven days.
Then all the lords, and everybody else, took their leave from the king and made their way home. They gave Torrent the prize with much honour, and it was well-deserved. He was so formidable at every encounter that he must be a prince and a champion. Prince Antony Fitzgriffin of Greece was lying unhorsed on the ground nearby at the time. The tournament was announced far and wide. The King of Jerusalem received word of it and learnt where it was to be. Get yourself ready as quickly as you can, you and your Christian knight, for I would like us all to attend.
Great lords who heard this announcement travelled to the tournament in all their finery, each according to his rank. The King of Greece made the journey with his son Anthony Fitzgriffin, with great anticipation and more than a little ambition.
It was wonderful to be amongst all these kings and all the magnificent knights coming to participate in this tournament. Two mighty kings came to the city, each with a great entourage. Many other men arrived with no great hope of winning the lady but just to test their horses and their own prowess on the tournament field, and then to go home again. When they arrived at the wonderful castle, it was to a royal tournament, I can tell you! Trumpets resounded on the walls, lords assembled in the hall, and then they all went to supper.
They were received with honour, each man according to his rank and nobility, and afterwards they all retired to their lodgings for the night. The next morning all the lords arose at the same time, I understand, and went to hear Mass. Then straightaway, they went to wash and to have something to eat, for they were eager to be out on the jousting field.
After breakfast, they asked for their horses and their armour, and then they all rode out together, lords and knights resplendent in their arms and regalia. Ladies looked on from the castle walls in admiration. Each one of the knights took up his lance, chose an adversary to fight against and then swiftly delivered a heavy blow against his opponent.
Prince Leopardus of Jerusalem and his brother Prince Antony Fitzgriffin of Greece chose to gallop against one another, and although Anthony Fitzgriffin was the younger, he knocked his brother Leopardus out of his saddle onto the ground. Sir Torrent stood watching.
Sir Torrent mounted a strong warhorse and took up a very long and sturdy lance, then galloped so fast at Anthony Fitzgriffin that he knocked him to the ground and left him lying there dazed. The knights jousted and fought with each other all day and every man found his equal to engage in combat with. The next morning, amongst all the fine and worthy lords decked out in their resplendent clothes, Desonelle made her choice and went to kneel before Sir Torrent.
She fell in a faint and was taken up and cared for while they all went to eat with great joy and enthusiasm. Once she had recovered, Desonelle sought out the king to ask if she might sit alone with Sir Torrent for a while. By all means. They all washed and went to eat, and were seated very splendidly and served very regally. Every lord in the hall was matched with some very beautiful ladies of suitable rank, but of all the ladies who were there, Desonelle was the fairest by far. The queen ate in the hall with all her ladies, who were well-versed in etiquette and courtesy, but Desonelle went to sit with Sir Torrent, which caused some eyebrows to be raised.
When she and Sir Torrent looked at one another, all their cares evaporated and their hearts were filled with joy. Desonelle quickly told all the lords how Sir Torrent had killed dragons and giants in her name, and they were very happy indeed to hear this.
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