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Thomas of Brittany

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Thomas of Brittany (active c. 1160–1170) was a medieval poet and cleric who was active in Brittany.

Influences on Gottfried von Strassburg[change | change source]

A German romance named Tristan which was written by Gottfried von Strassburg, a German writer, was based on the Anglo-Norman poem Tristan, which was written by Thomas of Brittany, between c. 1160 to 1170. The poem and the romance are one of the versions in literature of the Tristan and Iseult legend.

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