A knight mentioned by the poet Gautier in the Conte du Graal (a medieval version of the Holy Grail legend). It is said that he was fastened to a tree by Kay and left hanging head downward until released by Perceval. On Bagommedes' return to the court, he challenged Kay but was prevented by King Arthur from slaying him.
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