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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 434



A.D. 1176. THE ARIAN HERESY CONDEMNED. 423 in the order in •which they happened. However, although we have been afflicted with deep regret for those who have fallen, we have still deemed it advisable to inform you upon all the events that have happened, as being our dearly-beloved friend, and as being closely united with our imperial office, by the ties of blood that exist between our children. Farewell. Given in the month of November, in the tenth year of the indiction." In the same year, Henry, king of England, son of the empress Matilda, gave Eleanor, his daughter, in marriage to Alphonso, king of Castille. In this year also, Gilbert, the son of Fergus, chief of the men of Galloway, who had caused his brother, Ucthrcd, a kinsman of Henry, king of England, to be slain, came into England, with the safe conduct of William, king of the Scots, and did homage to king Henry, the father, and swore fealty to him against all men ; and, to obtain his favor, he gave him a thousand marks of silver and his son Dunccan as a hostage, by way of pledge that he would keep the peace. In the same year, Henry, king of England, the father, laid hands upon all the castles of England and Normandy, both of the bishops as well as of the earls and barons, and placed his custodians therein. In this year, also, Peter, the prior of Wenlock, was made bishop of Saint David's, in Wales. The Arian Heresy and its Condemnation.K In the same year the Arian heresy, which had corrupted nearly the whole of the province of Toulouse, was condemned in the presence of the archbishops, bishops, and other pious men, whose names are underwritten. For there were in the province of Toulouse, certain heretics, who would have themselves called good men, and were upheld by certain knights of the town of Lombez, who propounded things, and taught the people the same, contrary to the Christian faith; they said also that they did not receive the law of Moses, nor the Prophets, nor the Psalms, neither the Old Testament, nor yet the doctors of the New Testament ; but only the Gospels, the Epistles of Saint Paul, the seven Canonical Epistles, the Acts of the Apostles, and the Book of Eevelations.54 On being interrogated as to their faith, and as to the baptism of 8 5 These alleged heretics were the people of Alby, or, as they are generally called, the Albigenses. 9 4 It is hard to see what part of the New Testament they did reject. Probably " Old" Testament is meant.


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