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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 200

A.r> 1100. WILLIAM KILLED ΒΓ TYBELL. 189 things, and in the presence of God the Father, to offer up his own self for the salvation of the whole world, should be reduced to such a pitch of disgraeefulness or folly as to become the handmaids of those hands whieh by day and night arc defiled by obscene contact, or, used to rapine and the unrighteous shedding of blood, are stained thereby ; upon which, all shouted with one consent, " So be it ! So be it !" and thereupon the council was concluded. After this, the archbishop54 proceeded to Lyons. William the Younger, king of the English, returned to England from Normandy, and, aï Pentecost, held his court at London, and gave the bishopric of Durham to Kanulph, whom he had appointed manager of the affairs of the whole kingdom ; and, shortly afterwards, he was consecrated there by Thomas, archbishop of York. On the'ides of July, being the sixth day of the week, Jeru-salem was taken by the Christians ; and, soon after, on the eleventh day before the calends of August, Godfrey, duke of Lorraine, was elected king by the whole army. On the fourth day before the calends of August, being the fifth day of the week, pope Urban departed this life. On the second day before the ides of August, being the same day of the week, the Christians fought a very great battle before the city of Ascalon, with Lavedal,25 the commander of the army and second in rank in the whole kingdom of Babylon,26 and, by the exceeding bounty of Christ, gained a wondrous victory. Paschal, a venerable man, who had been ordained priest by pope Hildebrand, having been elected pope by the Boman people, was consecrated on the following day. On the third day before the nones of November, the sea overflowed the land, and swept away a great number of towns and men, and oxen and sheep innumerable. In the year from the incarnation of our Lord 1100, pope Clement, who was also named Wibert, departed this Bfe. WiUiam the Younger, king of the English, while engaged in hunting in the New Forest, whieh in the English language is caUed Itene,21 was struck by an arrow incautiously aimed by Walter, a Frank, surnamed Tyrell, and died, in conse- 24 Probably Anselm. « Roger of Wendover says that his bap- tismal name was Emyreius, and that he was an Armenian, the son of Christian parents ; and that on his apostatizing, he changed his name for that of Elafdal. * Persia. 21 More properly Utine.

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