MS609-0601 : Deposition - Bernard FolcMS609-0601 : Déposition - Bernard Folc

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Anno quo supra VII Kalendas Decembris1. Bernardus Folc testis iuratus dixit quod vidit hereticosstantes publice apud Sanctum Martinum sed non adoravit eos. Et sunt XXXVe anni.

Item. Dixit quod cum heretici essent capti apud Sanctum Papulum, Hysarnus de Gibel duxit ipsum testem apud Sanctum Papulum de nocte cum armis et Arnaldum Velh; et Willelmum Arnaldi; et Stephanum Faure; et Petrum Galhardi; et Petrum Faure de Collo; et Raimundum Folquet; et Petrum de Camis; et Raimundum de Veresilho. Sed ipse testis nescivit qua de causa dictus Ysarnus de Gibel adduxerat ipsum testem ibi, sed audivit dici quod dictus Ysarnus et quidam homines de Exilio et de Beceda volebant redimere et liberare dictos hereticos. Et sunt IIIIor anni et amplius.2

Alibi nunquam vidit hereticos nisi captos nec credidit nec adoravit nec dedit nec misit nec duxit nec eorum predicationem audivit. Et abiuravit heresim et iuravit et cetera. Testes: Stephanus, archipresbiter de Laurac; et Arnaldus, capellanus dels Cassers; Petrus Iohannis, capellanus de Villa Picta; et frater Bernardus, inquisitor.

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Year as above, 7th Kalends of December. The sworn witness Bernard Folc said that he saw heretics standing in public at Saint-Martin-Lalande, but he did not adore them. This was 35 years ago.

Item. He said that when the heretics were held prisoner at Saint-Papoul, Ysarn de Gibel lead the witness to Saint-Papoul at night with weapons, with Arnald Valh, Guilhem Arnald, Esteve Faure, Peire Galhart, Peire Faure de Collo, Raimund Folquet, Peire de Comas, and Raimund de Verazilh. However, the witness did not know for what purpose the aforesaid Ysarn de Gibel brought the witness there, but he heard it said that the aforesaid Ysarn and certain men from Issel and Labécède wanted to bail out and free two heretics. This was 4 years ago or more.

He has never seen heretics otherwise except as prisoners, nor believed, nor adored, nor gave or sent [them anything], nor led, nor listened to their preaching. He abjured heresy and swore, etc. Witnesses: Esteve, archpriest of Laurac; Arnald, chaplain of Les Cassès; Peire Johan, chaplain of Villepinte; and brother Bernard, inquisitor.