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Jonathan R. Lyon and Lisa Wolverton

sued for peace. Providing in every way reparations for everything, he deserved to be reconciled by some kind of agreement. He promised that he would show his obedience with gifts and services, so that he might at least be consulted about his power and his city. Wiprecht was therefore directed to Verona on account of the agreement concerning these reparations. The emperor awaited Wiprecht’s return at

in Noble Society
Michael Staunton

. When Roger of Pont-l’Evêque learned that he had been excommunicated and set apart, he would not make amends or ask for forgiveness, for his heart was evil, full of arrogance and presumptuous pride; the devil had enthroned himself within him. The other prelates, however, his two companions, Gilbert Foliot and Jocelin, did wish to make atonement and to make to their archbishop those reparations which

in The lives of Thomas Becket
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Samuel K. Cohn, Jr

the gentlemen, the towns, and their residents. And this should be reported to the Monsignor of Navarre, and suitable reparations should be made to the gentlemen. With this, the good people of the plains of the Beauvaisis, the towns, and the countryside should be able to live in safety and peace. This notwithstanding, after Monsignor of Navarre and other nobles of these regions mentioned above, who were so hard hearted

in Popular protest in late-medieval Europe
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Andrew Brown and Graeme Small

or her belly for the duke to place his feet inside’) and desperate for a reconciliation; unlike Bruges, the city had never laid a hand on the duke, and had fully repaid 300,000 gold crowns it owed in war reparations. 16 The Bishop of Toul was sympathetic, but not optimistic …] Heavens, we truly hope

in Court and civic society in the Burgundian Low Countries c.1420–1530