Gundovald is Killed for His Treason

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Harrison W. Mark
by Unknown Artist
published on 22 February 2023
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Gundovald Ballomer is killed for his treason, after being besieged by an army send by King Guntram I of Orléans (r. 561-592), illustration from a 15th-century manuscript by an unknown author.

National Library of France, Paris.

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