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Duke Eudes had banned Muslims from his territory in 721.
Eudes wedded his daughter to Othmar, one of the Islamic emirs. to create alliance with the Muslims knowing that it angered the Franks
For the Frankish soldiers the heavy Saracen cavalry looked invincible: heavily armoured, with even their horses wearing protective armour.
Only after extensive investigation by Frankish soldiers of the Muslim camp it turned out that the Muslims had retreated during the night.
after the victory the Frankish bakers baked bread into the form of the Islamic crescent and served it up to celebrating Franks who devoured them
Arabs retreated over the south Pyrenees followed by Charles Martel who drove them back until the following years. and defeated the Muslims.
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