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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 427



416 ANNALS OF EOGER DE HOTEDEN. A.D. 1176. I GUIDO , bishop of Cephalea. I EBIAS , bishop elect of Troia. I JUSTUS, bishop of Massa. I ROBERT , bishop of Tricarico. I PETEE , bishop of Caiazzo. I JOHN , bishop of Potenza. I ROBERT DE ΒΙΖΓΝΟ. I ROBERT MALCUTENANZ. I ALEXANDER GUPILLENZI. I MATTHEW , vice-chancellor of our lord the king. I ROBERT , count of Caserta. I AMPHUSUS, count of Scrulac. I JOCELTN, count of Loret. I HUGH , count of Cattazaro. I RICHARD, count of FUNDANO, admiral. I WALTE R D E MOAC , admiral of the king's ship Portunatus. I ALDEWIN DE CANDIDA, seneschal of our lord the king. I BERARDUS GENTILI, constable of the private palace of Maisnede. I BICHARD SACRI, keeper of the records in the royal palace. I BAMALISD E MONTEFORT, chief justiciary. I PERSICUS , chief justiciary of the royal court. I PREDEEIC , justiciary of the royal court. Given at the flourishing city of Palermo by the hands of "Walter, the venerable archbishop of Palermo, Matthew, vicechancellor of the king, and Bichard, the venerable bishop of Syracuse, members of the household of our lord the king, in the year from the incarnation of our Lord one thousand one hundred and seventy-seven, iu the month of February, being the tenth year of the indiction ; and in the eleventh year of the happy reign of our lord William, by the grace of God, the mighty and most glorious king of Sicily, of the dukedom of Apulia, and of the principality of Capua, Amen. [Sealed with the seal of William, king of Sicily.] [Here follows in the original, the form of the bulla or seal, which contains around the margin the words " Dextera Domini fecit virtutem. Dextera Domini exaltavit me. Dextera Domini fecit virtutem." " The right hand of the Lord hath created my might. The right hand of the Lord hath exalted me. The right liand of the Lord hath created my might." In t/te central portion is a


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