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This powerful Earl flourished in the time of Edward II.
The strategically located Villa Jovis was constructed on the top of cliffs from which there are views of the whole of the Bay of Naples, the islands of Ischia and Procidathe Sorrentine Peninsula and the Bay of Salerno. Castello Barbarossa Cloaca Palazzo a Mare.
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Interesting historical attraction. On the way you come to a tiny medieval fort and a viewing point overlooking the Bay of Naples.
There are three villeins, with one plough, and four acres of pasture. A liber tenens or free tenant of greater holding and apparently of more consideration was Stephen Walleys, who held a carucate of land acres in Crosland, by the service of the eighth part of a Knight's fee, with suit at the three- weeks' Court, at Pontefract, and the payment of a rent of 9d.
Concerning the camp at Slack, it may be observed that it not only commanded an important military pass and a position on much the longest and most important Roman road in Britain, but it stood within a short distance of the line at which the outposts of the sixth Roman legion, whose head-quarters were at Eboracum, or York, met the outposts of the twentieth Roman legion, whose head- quarters were at Deva, or Chester.
They worked it together in long slivings ; it was then spun into tough or fine threads, then into warp and woof. A man under this ban is held as one impious and criminal. A similar centre for religious worship was probably to be found at Crosland, and according to Canon Hulbert in his Annals of the Church in Slaithwaite, there stood formerly a cross at Woodhouse on the east of Huddersfield, and still another at Deanhead in Scammonden at Cruthill or Crux- hill-Crosshill, on the site of the present chapel.