Baldwin

British - Brother of King Mark. Husband of Anglides. Father of Alisander. He was murdered by his own brother. On occassion, known as Baldwin, Bidwini, Bidwini, Baldwin, Bedwin, Bedwini, Bedwn, Bishop Baldwin, Bishop Bidwini or Bedwin(i).
European - One of Charlemagne's paladins. Son of Gano. He was with Roland at Roncesvalles and, disclaiming his treacherous father, fought bravely until killed by the Saracens. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Baldwin, Bidwini, Bidwini, Baldwin, Bedwin, Bedwini, Bedwn, Bishop Baldwin, Bishop Bidwini or Bedwin(i).
European - Son of Ogier and Belicene. He was presented at Charlemagne's court at an early age and became a companion to the emperor's son, Charlot. The latter lost his temper when Baldwin was winning a game of chess and struck the boy over the head with the chess board, killing him outright. In other accounts, Renaut killed Bertelai and Charlot killed Alardo in this fashion. At times, called Baldwin, Bidwini, Bidwini, Baldwin, Bedwin, Bedwini, Bedwn, Bishop Baldwin, Bishop Bidwini or Bedwin(i).
European - Duke of Bologna. Brother of Godfrey of Bouillon. He succeeded his brother as king of Jerusalem in Jerusalem Delivered. Sometimes known as Baldwin, Bidwini, Bidwini, Baldwin, Bedwin, Bedwini, Bedwn, Bishop Baldwin, Bishop Bidwini or Bedwin(i).

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