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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 532

A.D. 1201. THE BISHOP OF ΒπΕΠΑΙΙ EETUEKS TO KNGLAKD. 631 land, for her dowry, gave her the city of Bayeux, with its appurtenances, and two castles in Anjou, to hold the same for life, with a yearly payment of one thousand marks sterling, of which she was to receive each year five hundred marks, at the king's exchequer at London, and another five hundred marks at Caen, in Normandy. This was done at Chinon, in presence of Elias, archbishop of Bordeaux, and Philip, bishop of Durham. In the same year, Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, being on Saint Bartholomew's day at Westminster, in London, commanded all his suffragans, in virtue of their obedience, and in the name of our lord the pope, to make diligent enquiry throughout their respective dioceses, and if they should find any persons who had abandoned their vows to assume the cross, to make them resume the same, and to depart on their pilgrimage, appointing as the time for them to resume the cross, at the very latest, the feast of Saint Martin next ensuing, and as the time for their setting out, the Purification of Saint Mary next ensuing. In the same year died Theobald, count of Champagne, leaving as his heir an only daughter, whom he had by Blanche, his wife, sister of Berengaria, queen of England. In the same year died the German woman, the daughter of Genest, the wife of Philip, king of Prance, whom pope Innocent, in his letters, called an adulteress ; and by whom the said king had a son and a daughter ; which daughter the said king of France promised that he would give in marriage to Alexander, son of the king of Scotland. In the same year died Constance, the mother of Arthur, duke of Brittany. In this year, also, died Margaret, mother of the said Constance, sister of William, king of the Scots, and mother of Henry de Bohun, earl of Hereford. In the same year, also, died Eooert, prior of the church of Beverley, whose oûice Geoffrey, archbishop of York, conferred on Morgant, his brother, a son of king Henry, as was said, in spite of the appeal of Simon, dean of the church of York, who said that the same priorate had been given to him by the said archbishop, while the beforenamed prior Bobert was still alive. In the same year, Philip, bishop of Durham, returned to England from Saint Jago, having performed his pilgrimage. In the same year, John of Salerno, cardinal priest, titular of Saint Stephen in Monte Celi, and legate of the Apostolic See in Scotland, Ireland, and the islands adjacent, came to York. Although he had been one of the two selected for the office of

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