Solved!

A previous attempt at installing FreeDOS in a logical partition was 
still there. GRUB tried to boot that, in any case. I dont know why: 
maybe a GRUB bug, maybe the primary partition was created by using 
GParted's copy partition, meaning that the two partitions were 
identical, even with the same UUID, maybe a combination of the two...
The logical partition has been removed and the GRUB config file has been 
adapted, and now FreeDOS boots.

Thank you all for the help!

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