initiator: King Amalric
recipient: Templum Domini
institution: Templum Domini
text: *Feb. 18 1163 - Apr. 6-12 1166. King Amalric gives the Templum Domini the casale of Sesset in exchange for a rent of 60 besants a year.
*Feb. 18 1163 - Apr. 6-12 1166. King Amalric gives the Templum Domini the casale of Sesset in exchange for a rent of 60 besants a year.
sources: Mayer, UKJ 2:550, no. 315
Confirmation/renewal of grants760
initiator: King Amalric
recipient: Hugo abbas and the Templum Domini
institution: Templum Domini
text: Apr. 6-12. Acre. Amalric, per dei gratiam in sancta civitate Ierusalem Latinorum rex quintus, confirms under seal for Hugo abbas and the Templum Domini their endowments. He confirms their possesion of the atrium adjacent to the Templum Domini [the Haram] and everything - baths, houses, cultivated and uncultivated places - within its walls and whatever the Templum Domini possesses in lands, gardens and houses in the city of Jerusalem. Whenever he or any king should give capitalis redditus to his milites 30 besants will be rendered to the Templum Domini, as granted by King Baldwin I. He confirms: a rent of 100 besants a year, taken from the David Gate, which was given out of his assisia by Manasses constabularius; vineyards in the territory of Jerusalem and the house of St John [the Baptist] in the mountains; 2 gastinae called Heteyre and Beitdecoc given by Queen Melisende; half of the casale of Safra with its villani, given by Galterius Malduit; 2 gastine in the territory of Hebron given by Philippus Neapolitanus; the casale of Danube in the territory of Blanche Garde and 10 carrucate terre acquired after the capture of Ascalon; in the territory of Ascalon 2 carrucate terre, which were held by Robertus de Tresponz; houses in the town of Ascalon with a mill, a mahumeria and a garden with land for planting a vineyard; in Hibelinum 2 carrucate terre which were given in exchange for the land that Rogerius Ramathensis episcopus had given the Templum Domini; also in Hibelinum houses with a plantation [virgultum] and 4 carrucate terre which were given by Balianus; houses, gardens, cultivated or uncultivated, and everything else the canons own in Nablus, together with 300 besants a year, granted by Patriarchs Warmund, Stephen and William from the royal tithe; the tithe of the money fief [bisanciorum feodum] of Guido de Miliaco in Nablus; the tithe of the land that the same Guido possessed by hereditary right; and the tithes of the casalia of Lvban, Ruezun, Deira, Duera, Orif, Gerraa and Derach; also the tithes of the possessions of Vlricus vicecomes, that is to say of Ciriz, Misiriffi, Gidide, Casale Syrorum, Zaiet, Nip and Azeire; the tithe of all the land across the river [Jordan] of Balduinus vicecomes, which he held after the exchange of territories, except for that of Daramahet and Sier; all tithes levied on vineyards cultivated by the Franci from the bottom of the valley to the summit of the hill on the other side of Nablus, given by Queen Melisende; in the territory of Caesarea a casale called Casale Alemanni by its builder, but otherwise known as Beledam, which belonged to Arnaldus and Alexander, the sons of Costa; in the city of Caesarea a house that belonged to Theobaldus canonicus Cesariensis and a statio that also belonged to Theobaldus, situated on the other side [altera pars] of the public street up against the funda of Caesarea; another house next to the port of Caesarea; 4 carrucate terre at Genuinum, together with a house; in the city of Acre a house that belonged to Guibertus de Portu, 2 domunculae next to the house of Cholet and houses which Adam Burdula held of the Templum Domini; a fundum outside the walls of Acre, in which the church of St Andrew is situated, and land adjacent to it with houses built and being built on it; and the casale called Sesset, granted by King Amalric in exchange for a rent of 60 besants a year; in the city of Tyre houses [attached to] the church of St Julian with a small piece of land, and in the territory of Tyre two-thirds of the casale called Hanoe, with the assurance of the rest when the casale comes into royal hands, and a gastina called Zederia; in Arabia 1000 besants a year in tithes of lands and produce, which Patriarchs Gibelin and Arnulf gave to the Templum Domini with the assent of King Baldwin I and which Patriarch William later confirmed; 3 casalia called Coreb, Antiochet or Moab and Beteligene; in Mons Regalis houses, proriae, vineyards and curtilia; in Crat houses and gardens, and in its territory vineyards given by Philippus Neapolitanus. Witnesses: Fredericus Tyrensis archiepiscopus; Letardus Nazarenus archiepiscopus; Reinerius Liddensis episcopus; Guillelmus Acconensis episcopus; Petrus prior Dominici Sepulchri; Gunterius abbas Montis Syon; Haimericus prior Montis Oliueti; Galterus princeps Galilee; Guido Francigena; Hugo de Cesarea; Hemfridus constabularius; Guido de Maine[riis; Ot]to de Risbergis. The charter was drawn up by Radulfus episcopus Bethleem regisque c[ancellarius].
Apr. 6-12. Acre. Amalric, per dei gratiam in sancta civitate Ierusalem Latinorum rex quintus, confirms under seal for Hugo abbas and the Templum Domini their endowments. He confirms their possesion of the atrium adjacent to the Templum Domini [the Haram] and everything - baths, houses, cultivated... more
sources: Mayer, UKJ 2:550-3, no. 316 (RRH no. 422a)