Llibre del Repartiment (Majorca)
The Llibre del Repartiment is a record book in which the king's scribes recorded the pledges of properties at the completion of a conquest. The document includes only properties that were ceded to the monarch after the conquest of the island of Majorca in 1229. It meticulously recorded the houses or land donations made by James I to the Aragonese and Catalan nobles and ultimately to all who participated in the crusade for the conquest of Majorca. Of course, the properties had been expropriated from the Muslims who had previously inhabited the island of Majorca.
- Guillem Roselló Bordoy (2003). "El Recuerdo de la Angigüedad Clásica en el Pepartiment de Mallorca" 29. Mayurqa. pp. 225–234.
- CCRTV. "Llibre del repartiment (thirteenth century)" (in Catalan). Retrieved 30 October 2010.
- Guillem Roselló Bordoy. "Mallorca 1232: Colectivos urbanos, órdenes militares y reparto del botín. (Mallorca 1232: Urban collectives, military orders and division of spoils)". Retrieved 30 October 2010.