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Towards the end of the century, in 1282, Pope Martin IV, a Frenchman, would have little hesitation in excommunicating Peter III, placing Sicily under interdict, relieving the kings subjects from their fealty, and offering the kingdom of Aragon to a son of Philip III of France. New struggles lay ahead and ones in which, perhaps surprisingly, the Crown fared far better than it had when, quite unexpectedly, it lost out at Muret. The Crown of Aragon never again came so close to dominating the Occitan lands as it had done in the first part of 1213. The number of heretics was, of course, very small, and with good reason the erudite Durn of Huesca, who tells us more about heresy than most, concentrated his attention on the heretics of the dioceses of Toulouse, Carcassonne and Albi.

Keywords: Crown of Aragon; heresy; Pope Martin IV



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