British - A 13th C. Writer who added to the works of Chr├ętien de Troyes. On occassion, referred to as Gerbert.
European - Son of Garin le Loherain. The feud between Garin and Fromont was carried on by their sons, Gerbert and Fromondin, until the latter retired to a monastery. When Gerbert produced a goblet made from the skull of Fromont, the hostilities resumed and Fromondin plotted to kill Gerbert when the latter came to visit the monastery. Gerbert was forewarned of the plot and it was Fromondin who was killed. In some accounts, identified as Gerbert.

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