Note: COUNT OF RAZES; HAD AT LEAST 2 WIVES (MOTHER OF CHILDREN UNCERTAIN) Note: The son of Theodoric was one of the heroes of the age. Guillem de Gellone held the titles of Count of Barcelona, for whose conquest he was acclaimed, Count of Toulouse, which made him the Celtic/Visigothic High King, Count of Auvergne, where two centuries later the future Pope Sylvester would be born, and of course, Count of the Razes. He was considered one of Charlemagne's Peers, on a level with Roland and Olivier, and later became the focus of medieval epic romance. Before the Crusades, at least six major works were written about his exploits.
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