Heresy and Authority in Medieval Europe: Documents in Translation

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tum and episcopal orders to be the bishop of Aran. Afterwards, Pope Niquinta said to the church of Toulouse: "You have asked me to tell you whether the observances of the primitive church were moderated or rigid; I tell you that the seven churches of Asia were distinct and separate, and that not one of them did anything in any way contradictory to another. Now, the churches of Romania, Dragovitza, Melenguia, Bulgaria, and Dalmatia are distinct and separate, and not one of them did anything contradictory to another. Therefore, they are at peace among themselves. You do likewise."

The church of Toulouse elected Bernard Raimund, William Garsias, Ermengaud de Foret, Raymond de Baimiac, Guilabert de Bonvilar, Bernard William Contor, Bernard William Bonneville, and Bertrand d'Avignonet to define its territory. The church of Carcasonne chose Guiraud Mercier, Bernard Catalan, Gregory and Peter Warmhands, Raymond Pons, Bertrand de Molino, Martin of Ipsa Sala, and Raymond Guibert as divisers of the church of Carcasonne. After having met in council, they decided that the church of Toulouse and the church of Carcasonne ought to be divided as are the [Catholic] bishoprics, thus: the bishopric of Toulouse and the archbishopric of Narbonne are separated in two places, and with the bishopric of Carcasonne at Saint Ponswhere the mountain comes along between the castle of Cabardès and the castle of Hautpoul to the boundary between Saissac and Verdun and passes between Montréal and Fanjeaux, and as the other bishoprics, similarly, are divided at the boundary of Razès as far as Lérida where it touches Toulouse, the church of Toulouse will have in its control and under its authority all that touches upon Toulouse. Likewise, the church of Careasonne will have under its authority and administration the whole bishopric of Carcsonne and the archbishopric of Narbonne and all other lands descending towards the sea up to Lérida, as it has been divided and said. That the churches thus marked out in their boundaries, as it has been said, may have peace and concord among themselves, and none of them should injure or be in disagreement with another.

These are the witnesses and guarantors of this deed: Bernard Raimond, William Garsias, Ermengaud de Foret, Raymond de Baimiac, Guilabert de Bonvilar, Bernard William Contor, Bernard William Bonneville, Bertrand d'Avignonet, and of the church of Carcasonne, Guiraud Mercier, Bernard Catalan, Gregory and Peter Warmhands, Raymond Pons, Bertrand de Molino, Martin de Ipsa Sala, and Raimond Guibert. And all of these charged Ermengaud de Foret and demanded that he draw up and engross a charter for the church of Toulouse; and

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