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


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 

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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.
page 189

Tiberias, the abbat of the Temple of our Lord, the abbat of Mount Sion, the abbat of Mount Olivet, the abbat of Porde, the prior of Saint Sepulchre, Ralph de Hautereve, archdeacon of Colchester, Roger le Abbè. Frederic, emperor of the Romans, died on the journey to the land of Jerusalem, being drowned in the river which is called Salef, and Conrad, his son, duke of Suabia, died at the siege of Acre ; Robert, earl of Leicester, also died in Romania, in going to the land of Jerusalem ; the Landgrave of Germany died in Romania while returning home ; John, constable of Chester, also died at Tyre, in the land of Jerusalem : Rotrod, count of Perche, also died at the siege of Acre, the count de Puntif, Theobald, earl of Elois, and Stephen, count de Sancerre, his brother ; William, count de Ferrers, the duke Bertold of Germany, Roger, earl of Apulia, and Jocelyn, earl of Apulia, as also the count de Brenes and his brother Andrew, who was slain. Among the slain were also Ingelram de Fenes, Louis de Arseles, Hugh de Hoiry, Walter de Moy, Guido de Dancy, Odo de Gunesse. The butler of SantstHr was taken by the pagans, as also the marshal of count Henry, Reginald de Magny being slain. In the same year, there died besides the above at the siege of Acre, the viscount of Touraine, the lord de Wancy, GBbert de Tileres, Florence de Angest, Jocelyn de Montmorenci, the viscount of Chastel Heraud, Ansebn of Montreal and aB his household, the viscount of ChatiBon and his mother, John, count of Vendôme, JEsteBan de Ypres, Geoffrey de la Bruyère, Robert de Boives, Adam, chamberlain of the king of France, Adam de Leun, Boves de Juvenriy, WBBam. de Pinkim, Roger de Polebare, and Robert, the constable, seneschal of earl WiBiam de MandeviBe. Ranulph de GlanviBe, justiciary of England, also died at the siege of Acre, as also Bernard the younger, of Saint Valéry, Richard Clare, Guido de ChatiBon, Walter de Erne, son of PhiBp de Kime, John de Lamburne, and Walter de Ros, brother of Peter de Ros. In the same year, Sancho, king of Portugal, gave his daughter Tarsia in marriage to Alphonso, king of Saint Jago, his nephew ; he had by her three sons, and though pope Celestinus used aB possible endeavours that they might be separated, he stiB adhered to her in spite of God and the prohibition of our lord the pope for a period of five years ; accordingly, our lord the pope Celestinus placed the said king of Saint Jago under an interdict, and so he remained for five years. In the meantime,

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