(died after 1100), a canon in Le Puy (France) and he took part in the first Crusade as chaplain to Duke Raymond IV of St-Gilles. In his Liber (Historia Francorum qui ceperunt Iherusalem, before 1105), he wrote about the Crusade and especially about the duke, stressing the religious background: visions, discoveries of relics, and the intervention of God and the saints.
Le “Liber” de Raymond d’Aguilers, ed. J.H. Hill & L.L. Hill, 1969
J. Riley-Smith, The First Crusade and the Idea of Crusading, 1986.