Gesta Regis Henrici Secundi Benedicti Abbatis; The Chronicle of the Reigns of Henry II. and Richard I. A.D. 1169-1192; Known Commonly Under the Name of Benedict of Peterborough (1 )

Gesta Regis Henrici Secundi Benedicti Abbatis; The Chronicle of the Reigns of Henry II. and Richard I. A.D. 1169-1192; Known Commonly Under the Name of Benedict of Peterborough (1 )

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. 1867 edition.: ...logoteta. 31"' " Ego Bamalvus de Monteforti, magistcr1 justitiarius. " Ego Persicus, regias curiae magister1 justitiarius. ""J-Ego Fredericus, regiaB curiae justitiarius. "Data in urbe Panormitana felici per manus Walterii ve"nerabilis Panormitani archiepiscopi, et Matbaei regis vice-3 "cancellarii, at Ricardi venerabilis Siracusani episcopi, domini "regis familiarium; anno Incarnationis Dominicae3 M0c0L0xxvir, "monse Februarii, decima indictione, regni vero domini nostri "Willelmi, Dei gratia magnifici et gloriosissimi regis Sicilia), "ducatus Apuliae et principatus Capuae, anno undecimo, feli"citer. Amen."4 AftcrJuncs. Expletis itaque negotiis suis apud Wintoniam, do-Howfad siariiio-minus rex5 vemt usque Merlebergam, et lbi deditshorter. Limerick to Philippo de Brusa6 totum regnum de Limeric, pro Braioso. servitio sexaginta militum, tenendum de ipso et7 Johanne filio suo: et inde homagium suum ei8 fecit. Nam Herbertus9 et Willelmus, fratres Keginaldi comitis Cornubise, et Joellanus10 de Pumeria11 nepos eorum, regnum illud habere noluerunt; sed iUud reddiderunt domino regi et Johanni filio suo liberum et quietum ab omni calumnia eorum; pro eo quod dominus12 rex ro.ioiv. noluit eis reddere hgereditates suas quae eos de jure 1 magister' om. B.!. vice om. B. 3 Incarnationis Dominica tr. B. 4 Here B. has a drawing of the golden bulla, .which is also given in Hoveden and Brompton. In the latter Chronicle it appears as two concentric circles; round the outer one is the inscription, "Dextera "Domini fecit virtutem, Dextera "Domini exaltavit me;" and in the inner, " Sigillum regis Willelmi "Sicilia: divina dementia favente "Willelmus Sicilia; rex, ducatus "Apuliae et principatus Capua: ." The sketch in the printed Hoveden differs from this: in the outer inscription, the words, " Dextera Do"mini fecit...show more

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