going pages have narrowed in any appreciable degree the scope of an intriguing problem in medieval German history, and if they have contributed something toward a better understanding of the most important peaceful pilgrimage to Palestine in the twelfth century, they will have adequately served their intended purpose.
THE JERUSALEM DIPLOMA OF HENRY THE LION
Henry, duke of Bavaria and Saxony, makes known that he has established an endowment for three lamps, which are to burn perpetually in the Church of the Resurrection (i.e., the Church of the Holy Sepulcher).256
In nomine sancte et indiuidue Trinitatis, Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti, Amen. Notum sit257 omnibus tam presentibus quam futuris sancte matris ecclesie filiis, quod Ego Henricus per dei gratiam Bawarie et Saxonie
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Publication information: Book title: Medieval and Historiographical Essays:In Honor of James Westfall Thompson. Contributors: James Cate Lea - Editor, Eugene N. Anderson - Editor. Publisher: The University of Chicago Press. Place of publication: Chicago. Publication year: 1938. Page number: 220.
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