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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 452

Α. η . 1177. TREATY BETWEEN ALPHONSO AND SANCHO. king of Navarre and Nagara, was the father of king Sancho, who was afterwards slain at Penafiel : he was the father of Sancho, who died without issue when a child, and was succeeded, in Navarre and Nagara, by king Alphonso, his father's kinsman, who took Toledo, as far as the boundaries of Puente la Eeyna and Sangosa : and the said child was succeeded by Sancho, king of Arragon, his father's kinsman, in the remaining portion of Navarre and Pampeluna. The Treaty and Covenants entered into between Alphonse, king of Castille, and SancM, Icing of Navarre. " These are the treaty and covenants which were entered into between Alphonso, king of Castille, and Sancho, king of Navarre, his uncle, for submitting the points in dispute between them to the judgment of the king of England. For this purpose each of these kings gives three castles in pledge, that he will receive and fulfil the award of Henry, king of England, son of the empress Matilda, and father-in-law of king Alphonso ; and he who shall fail so to do, is to lose the castles underwritten. For this purpose king Alphonso gives in pledge Nagara, a castle of the Jews, Arnedo, a castle of the Christians and a castle of the Jews, and Celorigo. Hi like manner, Sancho, king of Navarre, gives in pledge the castle of Stella, which Peter, the son of Iloderie, holds, being a castle of the Jews, as also Funes and Maranon. And for the above purpose envoys from both kings are to appear in the presence of the king of England on the first day of this present Lent, being the beginning of the fast, for the purpose of receiving his decision. And if by chance the envoys on either side shall be detained on the road in consequence of death, infirmity, or captivity, the envoys that precede them are to await them for a period of thirty days beyond the day above-named at the court of the said king of England ; and then, those who are well and able are to come to the court and hear the decision. And if all shall be sick, or taken prisoners, or shall die, then the king who has no envoy present is to be the loser. And if all or any of the envoys shall not be detained by any of these causes, and shall not come before the king of England on the day appointed, then the king, whose envoys they are, is to lose the castles abovenamed, and this is to be done in good faith and without evil intent. And if by accident, which Ood forbid, the king

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