MS609-0418 : Deposition - Guilhem TeissereMS609-0418 : Déposition - Guilhem Teissere

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Anno quo supra VIII Kalendas Marcii.1Willelmus textor de la Porta de Trebolel testis iuratus dixit se vidisse Raimundum de Na Richa et Bernardum de Maire Vila socium suum, hereticos, apud Mansum in domo Arnaldi Magistri qui hereticabant ibi dictum Arnaldum Magistrin in infirmitate qua decessit. Et interfuerunt dicte hereticationi ipse testis et Bernardus Cogot; et Rotgerius; et Companhet de Manso; et Willelmus Poncii de Recaut et Perrinus, fratres; et Willelma Companha, amasia dicti hereticati; et Raimundelha que fuerat similiter amasia eius dicti hereticati. Sed ipse testis non adoravit dictos hereticos nec vidit alios adorare. Et sunt VI anni vel circa.2

Alibi nunquam vidit hereticos nisi captos vel publice nec credidit nec adoravit nec dedit nec misit nec duxit nec eorum predicationem audivit. Et fuit confessus fratri Ferrario apud Limosum et postea non vidit hereticos. Et abiuravit et iuravit et cetera coram fratribus Bernardo  de Caucioet Johanne de Sancto Petro, inquisitoribus. Testes: Gualhardus, prior de Manso; et Bernardus, prior de Vauro; W., capellanus de Manso; et Bernardus de Gaus.

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Year as above, 8th Kalends of March. The sworn witness Guilhem Teissere de la Porta de Trelobel said that he saw Raimund de Nariqua and his companion Bernard de Mairevilla, heretics, at Mas-Saintes-Puelles in the house of Arnald Maiestre, and they were hereticating there the aforesaid Arnald Maiestre who had an illness from which he died. Attending the said heretication were the witness himself, Bernard Cogota, Roger Sartre, Companh of Mas-Saintes-Puelles, Guilhem Pons de Recauth and Peire, brothers, and Guilhelma amasia of said hereticati, and Raimundelha who was at the same time amasia to the hereticati. But the witness did not adore nor saw adoring. This was about 6 years ago.

He did not see heretics otherwise except for prisoners or [those] living openly, nor believed, nor adored, nor gave or sent [them anything], nor led, nor listened to their preaching. This was confessed to brother Ferrier at Limoux, and thereafter he did not see heretics. He abjured heresy and swore, etc, before brother Bernard de Caux, Inquisitor. Witnesses: Galhard, prior of Mas-Saintes-Puelles; Bernard, prior of Lavaur; W., chaplain of Mas-Saintes-Puelles; and Bernard de Gaus.