22 de Setembro de 1628

A hospital along the Ebro River receives the Roman pilgrim Jacob de Monte. He was a member of the Order of Saint Ambrose and was returning from Santiago. The hospitalier confirms that he had a fever, so he fed him a couple of eggs on the pilgrim’s first night. After eight days in hospital, De Monte left for Zaragoza.

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  • FUENTE: Orta, Esteban; Orta, Manuel, Tudela y el Camino de Santiago del Ebro, Asociación de Amigos del Camino de Santiago de Navarra, 2011, p. 39.