Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona - Appearance and Character

Appearance and Character

The Chronicle of San Juan de la Peña said he was, " man of particularly great nobility, prudence, and probity, of lively temperament, high counsel, great bravery, and steady intellect, who displayed great temperance in all his actions. He was handsome in appearance, with a large body and very well-porportioned limbs."

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