The tale of Charlemagne’s daughter Bertha, carrying her lover Angilbert piggyback across the snow-covered palace courtyard one dark night to evade paternal wrath, is undeniably folklorique, but there is contemporary evidence that Bertha was a well built girl, that Angilbert was her lover, at court, and that the pair produced two boys.
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