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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.
page 69

68 ANNALS OF EOGEB BE HOYEBEN. A.D. 1187. in the court, but would only receive as much as should be given, or sent to supply their necessities and for their sustenance ; as also that they would not mount a horse so long as the land on which the feet of the Lord had stood should remain under the feet of the enemy. It is also worthy of observation, and to be ascribed to the Divine Providence, that at the time when the city of Jerusalem and Antioch had been rescued from the power of the Pagans, on the expedition headed by Audemar, bishop of Puy, and many other bishops and religious men, as also Hugh, brother of Philip, king of France, Godfrey, duke of Lorraine, Stephen, count of Chartres, Eobert, duke of Normandy, brother of William the Second, the king of England, then reigning, (which Eobert conquered in battle, Colbrand, the chief of the knighthood of the Pagans), Eobert, earl of Flanders, Eustace, earl of Boulogne, and Baldwin, the two brothers of duke Godfrey, Eaymond, earl of Saint GiBes, Boamund, son of Eobert Guiscard, ami many other noblemen, the pope who was then living was named Urban, the Patriarch of Jerusalem was caBed HeracBus, and the emperor of Rome was caBed Frederic ; and so now, when the land of Jerusalem was taken from the hands of the Christians by the people of Saladin, the pope was caBed Urban, the patriarch of Jerusalem HeracBus, and the Eoman emperor Frederic. It also deserves to be known, that between the time when Jerusalem was rescued from the hands of the Pagans by the warriors before-named, and the time when king Guido was deprived of it, a space of eighty-seven years intervened. ITie Letter of Terricius, Master of the Temple, on the capture of the hnd of Jerusalem. " The brother Terricius, so caBed Grand Master of the most impoverished house of the Temple, and of aB the brethren himself the most impoverished, and that brotherhood all but annihUated, to aB commanders and brethren of the Temple to whom these presents shaB come, greeting, and may they lift up their sighs to Him at whom the sun and moon are astounded. With how many and how great calamities, our sins so requiring it, the anger of God has lately permitted us to be scourged, we are unable, Ο sad fate ! either in writing or in the language of tears to express. For the Turks, assembling together an immense multitude of their nations, began with bitter hostility to invade the territories of us Christians ; and accordingly, uniting the

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