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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 456

A.U. 1177. ΤΙΤΕ CLAIM OF THE KINO OF CASTILLE. 445 lists, that they mi l observe the aforesaid truce and reconciliation faithfully, and without fraud and evil intent, for ten years ; and this truce has been made as to persons, cattle, goods, and castles, in good faith and without fraud and evil intent ; and if either of the kings or any of the barons shall violate this truee, and shall not make amends on claim made, within forty days therefrom, then is ho to be a perjurer and a traitor. This instrument was made in the year 1205," in the month of October." When the above-stated charters of peace and reconciliation between the said kings of Castille and Navarre had been read before the king of England and his barons, the persons who pleaded for the king of Castille spoke to the following effect :— The Claim of the Icing of Castille. " In the name of tho Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, Amen. In the name of the Lord, Alphonso, king of Castille and Toledo, makes complaint against, and demands of, Sancho, king of Navarre, his uncle, that restitution shall be made to him of Logrono, Athleva, Vanaret,92 in the vicinity of Ribaronia, Agosen, Abtol, Arresa, and Alava, with their markets, namely, those of Estwalez and of Divina, and all his rights in the lands which are called Durango : all of whieh king Alphonso, of happy memory, who liberated Toledo from the power of the Saracens, and after his death, his daughter Vraeha possessed by hereditary right : after whose death, her son, the emperor Alphonso, of happy memory, was similarly possessed by hereditary right, and after the death of the emperor, his son, Sancho, without question raised, held the same by hereditary right. After the death of king Sancho, his son, our lord the king, Alphonso, in like manner held all the • places aforesaid by hereditary right, until such time as the king of Navarre already mentioned took away, and now by force withholds, from the aforesaid king of Castille, his orphan and innocent nephew and ward, and the son of his friend and lord, all the above plaees, no requisition being then made of the same. He likewise makes complaint and asks restitution to be made to him by the before-named king of Navarre, qf Roba, which he unjustly withholds. For the emperor ac 9 1 See the last note. This treaty was made nine years before the preceding one. 9 1 This should be, Navarette.

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