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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 266

A.D. 1192. ΚΙΧβ PHILIP AERI TES IN FRANCE. 265 ritory of the king of Marcia, who is a brother of the said El Emir Amimoli ; and in whose rule are the city of Murcia, the castle of Oriola, the castle of Urgelet, the city of Almeida, the city of Carthagena, the castle of Chinchele, and the castle of Lapanne de Scumpere. Next, still in Saracenic Spain, begin the territories of the king of Valencia, who is brother of the said Emir Amimoli, and under whose rule are the castles of Oedeeb, and Stuve, the city of Valencia, the city of Burrianz, and Penisele, and many other fortified places. Next begins the territory of the king of Arragon, in Spain ; at the commencement of whose kingdom is the castle of Ampost, and next the episcopal city of Tortosa. Then comes Saragossa, an episcopal city, then the castle of Caletau, then the castle of Doroke, then the castle of Torol, and then Santa Maria Abenrazin, a city on the borders of the Christians and the pagans. Next comes Tarragona, an archiépiscopal city, then Tarraguna, an episcopal city, then the city of Oske, then the city of Jake, and then the city of Bide, upon the river Segre. After this comes the city of Wike, then the city of Barcelona, then Sain de TJrget,88 then the city of Gironda, then the castle of Turezla, the name of which once was Purpallar Beyond Sea. After this come the high mountains caBed Portas de Laduse, then ChastiBon, and, after that, the castle d'Empires. Next to this comes the land caBed BoussiBon, in which there is a fine city caBed Alne, and then the city of Narbonne, after which come the cities of Bediers, and of Agde, and then VBleneuve, the bishopric of Magdalena, near to which is the port of Montpellier, which is caBed Lates.89 There are also many other castles and cities in the kingdom of the king of Arragon, as already mentioned. In the year of grace 1192, being the third year of the reign of Richard, king of the English, PhBip, king of Prance, was in Prance safe and sound, at Fontaine Blaud,90 on the day of the Nativity of our Lord, which feB on the fourth day of the week, insolently boasting that he would before long lay waste the territories of the king of England. On the same day of the Nativity of our Lord, John, earl of Mortaigne, brother of Richard, king of England, was at Hovedene, together with' Hugh, bishop of Durham. On the same day of the Nativity ·' Sen d'Urgel. 6 9 Probably a misprint for Cette. 9 0 Now Fontainebleau.

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