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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 322

A.D. 1194. THE SECOND COEONATION OÏ KING BICHAEIJ. 321 mantle. On the fifteenth day of the month of April, the king of England came to Winchester, and on the same day dispos sessed Godfrey, bishop of Winchester, of the castle and county of Winchester, and of the two manors which the bishop had bought of him before his departure for Jerusalem, and of a great part of his inheritance. On the sixteenth- day of the month of April, after dinner, the king of England left the castle of Winchester for the priory of Saint Swithin, and lay there that night, and took the bath ; and he sent word to Geoffrey, the archbishop of York, not to come next day to his coronation with his cross, lest there might .happen to be a dis pute between him and the archbishop of Canterbury. Because he was forbidden to carry his cross, he declined to be present at the king's coronation. The Coronation, of Richard, Mng of England, after his liberation. On the seventeenth day of the month of April, being the Lord's day, and the octave of Easter, there being assembled in the church of Saint Swithin, Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, John, archbishop of Dublin, Hugh, bishop of Durham, Hugh, bishop of Lincoln?, Bichard, bishop of London, Gilbert, bishop of Bochester, William, bishop of Ely, Sefrid, bishop of Chichester, Henry, bishop of Exeter, William, bishop of Hereford, and the bishops of Worcester, Saint David's and Bangor ; and, many of the abbats, clergy, and people being there present, Richard, king of England, arrayed in royal robes and having a cro w of gold on his head, proceeded from his chamber, carrying in his right hand the royal sceptre, on the top of which was a representation of the cross, and in his left hand a wand of gold, on the top of which was the figure of a dove. On his right hand walked William, bishop of Ely, his chancellor, and on his left Bichard, bishop of London. A procession also preceded them in due order, of archbishops, bishops, abbats, monks, and clerks. The earls also, and barons, and knights, and a great multitude of the common people, followed the king. A canopy of silk, supported on four lances, was carried over the king, ,by these four earls, Eoger Bigot, earl of Norfolk, William, earl of the Isle of Wight, the earl of Salisbury, and the earl of Ferrers. Three swords also, taken from the king's treasury, were borne before the king, one of which was carried by William, king of the Scots, while Hameline, earl of Warenne, carried another, and Banulph, earl of Chester, carried the third ; VOL. χι. τ

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