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Is this really making reference to Ard (named a son of Bela) in reference to an event that was stated to happen in 1035AD?

I presume it is not Ard son of Benjamin.
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Not sure...Historian Gábor Klaniczay also emphasizes that the longer legend contains obviously anachronistic elements.[7] On the other hand, Carlile Aylmer Macartney says that the Long Life preserved the original form of Gerard's earliest (now lost) biography.[8]

Gerard's own work, the Deliberatio supra hymnum trium puerorum also contain references to his life.[3] Simon of Kéza's chronicle …More
Not sure...Historian Gábor Klaniczay also emphasizes that the longer legend contains obviously anachronistic elements.[7] On the other hand, Carlile Aylmer Macartney says that the Long Life preserved the original form of Gerard's earliest (now lost) biography.[8]

Gerard's own work, the Deliberatio supra hymnum trium puerorum also contain references to his life.[3] Simon of Kéza's chronicle and the Illuminated Chronicle preserved fragments from the common source of Gerard's two Lives.[9] A 13th-century rhymed version (or chant) of Gerard's legend was also preserved, but it does not contain more information than the Short Life.[3]
wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerard_of_Csanád
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:) At least they spelled tutor correctly.
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Thanks!