initiator: Iuliana domina Cesaree
recipient: Hospital of Saint Mary of the Germans in Acre
institution: Hospital of Saint Mary of the Germans
text: Feb. 1-28. With the agreement of her husband dominus Aymarus de Lairon and her son Galterus, Iuliana domina Cesaree makes an eleemosynary grant under her husband’s seal to the Hospital of St Mary of the Germans in Acre. She gives houses [in Caesarea] that had belonged to Georgius Lormina, the volta of Bernardus Falcilla and the gastina situated between these houses and the house of Petrus de Beugrant, by the public way, as far as another public way that runs towards the sea. She gives the turris Mallart with the platea in front, which extends to the border of a gastina belonging to the Templum Domini, and another little tower opposite, in the angle of the eastern city wall. These towers will be requisitioned by the lord of Caesarea if necessary for defence, but will be returned to the brothers in peacetime. She also gives a field [campus] that belonged to domina Brima. This is bordered on the west by a garden of the Hospital [of St John of Jerusalem], on the south by a field [campus] belonging to dominus Aymarus, on the east by a road that seperates it from the field [campus] of dominus Symon, and on the north by a road that separates it from the field [campus] of domina Grossa. She also confirms an eleemosynary grant made by Iohannes Charles, with the agreement of his mother, his brother Helyas, his sister domina Orgoillosa, Iuliana herself, her husband dominus A. and her son. Iohannes Charles has given the Hospital of St Mary of the Germans 2 fields [campi], a garden and a threshing floor [area] which is at the head of one of the fields. One of these fields has on its western side a field [campus] in which is the agullia sancti Petri, while on the east it borders a field [campus] that had belonged to Rainerius de Gibeleth, in which there was a vineyard. On the south it touches a road that separates it from the garden of the archbishop, and on the north there is a road running to Hadaydon. The area is at the head of this field. The other field [campus] is to the east of these and is separated from them by a little wall [paries]. On the south it touches the field that had belonged to Rainerius de Gibeleth in which there was once a vineyard. On the north it extends from the field [campus] of Iohannes Charles, in which are morvellarii. Within it on the eastern side and at its head is a carob tree [karoblers], next to the field [campus] of dominus Galterius de Cesarea in which there used to be a vineyard. The garden adjoins the city wall on the western side It is separated from the garden of P. Gasta to the east by road. On the south it touches a field [campus] which was once the garden of Iohannes Lermina, from which extends the field of Iohannes Charles. On the north is the garden of the archbishop. Witnesses: P. archiepiscopus; Philippus decanus; dominus Symon; 2 filii eius; Iohannes Gervasius vicecomes, Johannes Charles; Helyas frater eius; P. de Beugrant; Michael; Salomon; Fulco; Robertus Perrer; G. Passereus; Rainerius de Cassia; Iohannes Lermines; Stephanus Turquie; Guillelmus Britto.
Feb. 1-28. With the agreement of her husband dominus Aymarus de Lairon and her son Galterus, Iuliana domina Cesaree makes an eleemosynary grant under her husband’s seal to the Hospital of St Mary of the Germans in Acre. She gives houses [in Caesarea] that had belonged to Georgius Lormina, the volta... more
sources: Strehlke, Tabulae, pp. 32-3, no. 40 (RRH no. 810)