Charter of Henry I of Troyes, 1179-1180 (6)

Year

1179-1180

Summary

While in Nazareth, Count Henry confirms a grant of 10 pounds made at Provins by his brother, Archbishop William of Reims, to the Maison-Dieu of Provins. Additionally, the count adds 5 sous per year on each exchange table at the May fair.

Text

Ego Hanricus, Trecensium comes palatinus, notum facio presentibus et futuris me concessisse et laudasse Domui Dei de Pruvino juxta pontem X libras redditus quas eidem domui dedit et concessit dominus et frater meus Remensis archiepiscopus in teloneo Pruvini. Dedi etiam domui prefate V solidos redditus in singulis tabulis cambitorum singulis annis in nundinis Maii accipiendos. Quod ut notum permaneat et ratum teneatur, sigilli mei impressione firmavi. Testibus Willermo marescallo, Roberto de Milii, Artaudo camerario, Theobaldo de Fimiis, Milone de Pruvino, Petro Lingonense. Actum Pruvini anno incarnati Verbi M° C° LXX° IX°. Data Nazareth per manum Stephani, cancellarii. Nota Alberici.

Archival Reference

Original lost. Thirteenth-century copy in the Petit cartulaire de l'Hotel-Dieu de Provins: Arch. dép. Seine et Marne. 11 HDT/A 13, f. 3.

Citation

“Charter of Henry I of Troyes, 1179-1180 (6),” Independent Crusaders Project, accessed November 24, 2020, https://independentcrusadersproject.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/2288.

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