Crusaders, Condottieri, and Cannon: Medieval Warfare in Societies around the Mediterranean

By Donald J. Kagay; L. J. Andrew Villalon | Go to book overview

APPENDIX I

Arxiu de la Corona de Aragó
Procesos, no. 518 (First Part)36

TESTIMONY OF BERE NGUER DE SAN VINCE NTE

(fol. 2v) Item interogatus super XXIX// et similiter XXX articulis, respondit que dominus Jacobus nunc Rex Aragonum quondam// tempore bene sunt primum que audivit dicti xl anni mandavit curia in civitatem// Barchinone et vidit que fuerunt apud Barchinonam plures nobiles, scilicet dominus// Comes Empuriarum tunc istis Ugueti Comitis que nunc est Berengarius de Sancta Eugenia, dominus de Turricella,// dominus Nono Jaufredus de Rocabertino et G. de Montecatheno et iste B. et plurii// alii nobiles, milites et clerici et burgenses indixit et fecit eos// congregari in palatio suo. Et ibi proposuit que proponebat in insulas majoricas.// Et rogavit omnes que sequerent eum. Et [***] omnes tenendas has per bono// exiverunt inde et inciperunt se parare ad dictum exercitum.

Item interogatus, dixit que// curia ista fuit mandata ad festum Nativitate domini. Et haec fuit in dictis festis// Natalis domini.

Item dixit que in illa curia et in diem Natalis domini dictus B. fuit// respondendum per dictum dominum G. de Montecatheno.

Item dixit que sequente festo// Sancte Marie mensis Septembri dictus dominus Rex cum exercitu suo cepit terram per capiendam// civitatem Maioricam in loco que vocatur Sancta Polomia. Et postmodum// in sequentibus festivitatibus Nativitatis domini, fuit capta dicta civitas Maioricarum,// {scilicet festum [***] Sancti Silvestri et Sancte Columbe}.

//Item interogatus, dixit que dictus G. in tempore deillo que dicta curia fuit celebrata,// et etaim audiverat loqui de dicto exercitu Maioricarum. Nec scit nec audivit que dictus dominus Rex deliberavisset// in alio loco de predicto exercitu Maioricarum. Immo credit que tunc// dictus dominus Rex in dicta curia deliberavit primo [***]

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