At the end of the 13th century, the old franciscan friar Salimbene of Adam (1221-1288), secluded in the monastery of Montefalcone, wrote down his personal impressions of his eventful life in an act of memory.On folio 459 of the Chronica fratis Salimbene de Adam ordinis minorum he wrote that King Peter the Great (II of Aragon) climbed to the summit of the Canigó just after the battle of Panissars against the French troops of Philip III The Trickster (October 1, 1285).
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