The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens: The Albigensian Crusade and Its Aftermath

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THE CHRONICLE OF
WILLIAM OF PUYLAURENS

THE ALBIGENSIAN CRUSADE AND ITS AFTERMATH

Translated
with an introduction, notes and appendices
by
W. A. SIBLY and M. D. SIBLY

THE BOYDELL PRESS

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  • The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens - The Albigensian Crusade and Its Aftermath *
  • Contents *
  • Preface *
  • Introduction *
  • Summary *
  • [Before the Crusade ― Prologue and Chs. I―xii] 7
  • Chapter I 10
  • Chapter II 11
  • Chapter III 13
  • Chapter IV 15
  • Chapter V 16
  • Chapter VI 19
  • Chapter VII 21
  • Chapter VIII 23
  • Chapter IX 25
  • Chapter X 27
  • Chapter XI 29
  • Chapter XII 31
  • Chapter XIII 32
  • Chapter XIV 33
  • Chapter XV 35
  • Chapter XVI 37
  • Chapter XVII 40
  • Chapter XVIII 42
  • Chapter XIX 43
  • Chapter XX 45
  • Chapter XXI 47
  • Chapter XXII 50
  • Chapter XXIII 51
  • Chapter XXIV 53
  • Chapter XXV 55
  • Chapter XXVI 56
  • Chapter XXVII 58
  • Chapter XXVIII 59
  • Chapter XXIX 62
  • Chapter XXX 64
  • Chapter XXXI 65
  • Chapter XXXII 66
  • Chapter XXXIII 71
  • Chapter XXXIV 73
  • Chapter XXXV 75
  • Chapter XXXVI 78
  • Chapter XXXVII 79
  • Chapter XXXVIII 82
  • Chapter Xxxix 87
  • Chapter XL 88
  • Chapter XLI 91
  • Chapter XLII 98
  • Chapter XLIII 102
  • Chapter XLIV 107
  • Chapter XLV 109
  • Chapter XLVI 112
  • Chapter XLVII 115
  • Chapter XLVIII 119
  • Chapter Xlix 120
  • Chapter L 123
  • Appendix A - Report of the Legates Milo and Arnold Amalric to Pope Innocent III on the first Few Weeks of the Crusade (Pl 216, Cols. 137-41: See N. 6 to Ch. Xiii) *
  • Appendix B - Documents Illustrating the Attitude of Kings Philip Augustus and Louis VIII of France to the Albigensian Crusade, and Also the Policies of Pope Honorius III *
  • Appendix C - The Treaty of Paris 1229: Translation (With Some Sections Summarised) *
  • Appendix D - Letters of Pope Gregory IX Concerning the Inquisition, with a Note on His Relations with Count Raymond VII of Toulouse *
  • Abbreviations and Bibliography of Works Cited *
  • Index *
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