When Rollant went home to Eiss, King Karlamagnus asked him to take his greetings to the queen and to Lödver, his son: "and I want you to bring me Oddgeir the Dane, and my swords Kurt and Almacia, and restore the land to peace."
Guenelun asked Rollant to go to his home in Kastalandum and take his greeting to Geluvis, his wife.
He was well received there [in Kastalandum], and restored peace, as he had been bidden; and he gave the lady Guenelun's greeting. Then, when Rollant and Geluviz sat together drinking, she said to him that Guenelun had ordered her to welcome him well. "Now during the night I will send you a beautiful girl of excellent family who is with me; she cannot come until everyone is asleep, and you shall have a chance to play with her just as you please."
Rollant answered, "I do not ask this of you, for I have sworn to Adein, Oliver's sister, that I shall have no woman but her. And if God wills that I come back from Spania safe, then I shall marry her."
But she said that she would certainly send her to him. He told her to do as she pleased.
After that people went to sleep, and Rollant was tired, and went to sleep at once. Then, when everyone was asleep, Geluviz arose and took her mantle and went to the bed in which Rollant was sleeping, and she touched him from his feet up to his knees, but he did not stir at all. Then she got into the bed and lay beside him, and began to embrace him and kiss him. He turned to her, and had relations with her twice. She spoke to him and said she loved him greatly; "I shall do everything you want."
Rollant was uneasy because he had sworn to Adein; he thanked her for her good will, then asked her her name. She said it was Geluviz, Guenelun's wife: "and you may have all that you want from me."
He got up, repenting that he had been false to his comrade, and told her to go away. In the morning he got up early and went off, taking no leave; he went to Orliens, and from there into Spania, and came to Namlun and told him all the news, and of how the woman had deceived him. Namlun told him to conceal it well and to go to confession, saying that they must keep it from Guenelun.
Rollant said he would tell him himself, "for I promised to tell him all the misdeeds done at his home, and there was none as great as this which I have committed."
Namlun thought ill of this.
Later, Rollant told Guenelun all the matter, when they were alone. Guenelun asked him to keep it secret, saying that he could not be angry with him about it since she had caused it herself. But thenceforth he bore ill will towards Rollant; it seemed to him that he would never be happy while he lived because of the disgrace he had brought upon him.