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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 453



442 ANS AXS OF EOGEE DE HOVEDEN. A.D. 1177. of England should die in the meantime, then in the same manner as above-mentioned they are to proeeed to the king of Franee to reeeive his decision, and are to receive his decision as though that of the king of England, and to comply therewith. For this purpose, Sancho, the king of Navarre, through his knight and his deputy,ë! is to reeeive possession of these three castles, and is to give Nagara and Celorigo in charge to Peter, the son of count Roderie, and is to give Arnedo in charge to one of the counts of his dominions, and they are to do homage to him for the same. In like manner Alphonse, the king of Castille, through his knight and his deputy, is to reeeive possession of these three castles, and is to give Stella in charge to Peter, the son of Roderie of Arragon, Funes to S., the son of Ramiro, and Maranon to R., the son of Martin, and they are to do homage to him for them. And if either of the kings shall wish to take the eastles aforesaid from the knights in possession of them and to give them to another, then Saneho, king of Navarre, is to give them to Peter, the son of Roderie, or to G., the son of Vermund, or to S., the son of Ramiro, or to I., the son of Felez, or to R., the son of Martin, or to E. or to S., the sons of Almoran, or to E., the son of Ortiz, or to P., the son of Ramiro, or to G. or to P., the sons of Ortiz. In like manner king Alphonso is to give the said castles to count N. or count P., or eount G. or to count Gomez, or to R., the son of Gurtez, or to P., the son of Arazuri, or to D., the son of Senez, or to G. or to Ordonez, the sons of Gareias, or to G., the son of Roderieo de Aragra, or to P., the son of Gunter, or to L., the son of Roderieo de Agafra ; but those who shall be holding them are not to give up the said castles until those who ought to reeeive them shall have done homage for them to the other king, in manner above-mentioned. And the whole that king Alphonso holds of the king of Navarre he is to improve with his own means as far as he shall be willing and able. In like manner, Sancho, king of Navarre, is to improve with his own means as far as he shall be willing and able, the whole that he holds of king Alphonso. And for the purpose of hearing this decision, the kings have chosen four trustworthy persons, namely, John, bishop of Tarragona, 8 7 " Portarius." The officers who were so called, had probably somewhat similar duties to those of our sheriffs ; in seeing that the royal commands were properly fulfilled. They were peculiar to Spain.


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