Published online by Cambridge University Press: 31 March 2021
Additions to Book One
a. Hugh of Chaumont, Rainald of Château-Gontier, Geoffrey ‘de Pralleio’, [Eudes] Arpin viscount of Bourges.
b. And others from the north side of the Alps whom he kept with him. Boel the vice-lord of Chartres, Ralph of Beaugency, Hugh of Chaumont and Everard of Le Puiset were among those whom Bohemond often called to his councils.
c. Alexios even thought that by separating them deceitfully he could capture them, but since their armies were straying nearby he was fearful and postponed this wicked plan.
Additions to Book Two
a. and Robert the Norman, and Count Stephen of Blois … the count of Saint-Pol too, and Walter of Saint-Valéry and Bernard his son, and Gerard of Gournay, and William son of Viscount Ralph, and William of Ferrières, and Ralph of Beaugency, and Hugh of Chaumont, and Everard of Le Puiset, and Hervey son of Dodeman, and Conan son of Count Geoffrey, and Ralph of Gaël, and Alan his son, and Riou of Lohéac, and Alan the steward of Dol
b. also Count Baldwin of Mons, [count of] Hainaut, a sensible and moderate man, and
c. Baldwin too and his brother Eustace galloped up fearlessly with their comrades
d. in the valley of Phinagonia. For the Turks thought to frighten and defeat the Frankish people by threats and arrows and devilish wailing, just as they had beaten and made tributary to them the Saracens, Armenians, Greeks and Syrians. This will never be, for with our men the matter is settled by the sword, not by the voice.
e. Those who had begun were in a hurry to return. When he knew this Bohemond was angry and said, ‘You contemptible and wretched race, where do you think you are off to? The enemy are on the watch for you, and if they find you without comrades and without a leader they will kill you or take you prisoner.’ Moreover, seeing that he was left with few men, for nearly all of them had sneaked away, he assembled those who had scattered, anyone he could find, and returned to the camp without being attacked.