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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 454

A.D. 1177. "TREATY BETWEEN ALPnONSO AND SANCIIO. 443 Peter de Areis, Ar de Torrela, and Gunter,68 son of de Pinoso ; and two or three or all of these are to proceed with the envoys to the court of the king of England, and are to explain before him the complaints of both kings, and when the claims have been heard, then those are to speak whom the king shall order first to plead their cause. And, upon the word of these same trustworthy persons, who shall have heard the judgment pronounced by the king of England, each of the kings are to comply with and perform the above-mentioned covenants in such manner as is contained in this instrument, and the knights who have done homage for the aforesaid castles, according to the report of the said trustworthy persons, are to comply with and perform the treaty aforesaid in good faith and without evil intent. In addition whereto, both of the kings above-named, each upon his own plighted faith, have agreed upon and concluded a good and safe truce for liegemen, for castles, for lands, and for all other things, for a period of seven years ; and that the same shall be firmly kept, Sancho, king of Navarre, places Erga69 in pledge, and king Alphonso pledges Calahorra ; and if the army of either of these kings, either with him or without him, shall enter the kingdom of the other, he whose army does so, is to lose the fortified place abovenamed. And if by chance any vassal of these kings shall break this truce in the kingdom of the other, or shall chance by force to take a fortified place, then the king of whom he shall be the vassal shall within forty days deliver up his castle to the other king. And if he shall not do so, the knight who holds the castle that has been so placed in pledge, is to give up the said castle to the king so complaining, and he is to hold the same in pledge until he recovers his own castle. And • if any person in these kingdoms, who is not a vassal of those kings, shall by any chance take a castle in the kingdom of the other, then both the kings are to come against him with their people and besiege him, and are not to depart thence until it is taken. It has also been agreed that all the vassals of both kings who have lost their hereditaments since the time of the 8 8 It will be seen, on comparison with the list oi names previous, and in page 439, that Gunter is mentioned as one of the envoys and Peter de Itiuoso as another, and no mention is made of de Torrela : here, however, Gunter is made the son of de Itinoso, and de Torrela is the fonrth envoy. e" Perhaps Ergavica, or Ergavia, towns of Spain in the middle ages.

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