Como vemos en este fragmento , recopilado desde una Universidad de Estados Unidos por el profesor Bernard F. Reilly , vemos que hasta en estos depósitos fuera de España , Alesón sigue saliendo con brillo y con orgullo. Es un fragmento sobre el Reino de Castilla y Doña Urraca. ¿Estaría tomando vinitos Doña Urraca en Alesón?...
Meanwhile many of the principals may have been converging on the region of the prospective council. On January 22, 1117 Urraca issued a charter at Alesón, near Nájera in Rioja, to the monastery of Santa María de Nájera. She had not been so far east since 1110. The charter was issued jointly with her son and was confirmed by Archbishop Bernard of Toledo and the bishops of Burgos , Palencia , León, Oviedo , and Astorga, as well as by Counts Pedro Ansúrez and Pedro González and a large number of local figures.(4) In February  of 1117 the same possessions were donated to that monastery by Alfonso of Aragón, calling himself emperor and claiming the rule of Toledo, León, and Castilla. His charter was confirmed by the bishops of Huesca, Pamplona , and Roda.(5) This charter largely follows the norms of the Leonese chancery rather than those of Aragón, and it is late for Alfonso to claim the rule of León, so that I am most suspicious of it. Still, it may reflect a maximum bargaining position taken by Alfonso on the eve of the council.
4. AHN, Sección de Códices, 105B, fols. 117v-118r; published in Fidel Eta, "Primer siglo de Santa María de Nájera," BRAH 26 (1895):265-266; Julián Cantera Orive, "Un cartulario de Santa María la Real de Nájera del año 1209," Berceo 14 (1959):492-493; and Ildefonso Rodríguez de Lama, ed., Colección diplomática medieval de la Rioja , vol. 2, Documentos, 923-1168 (Logroño, 1976), Pp. 109-110. Gonzalo Martínez Díez, Alava medieval, 2 vols. (Vitoria, 1974), 1:100, characterizes this charter as false but adduces no real reasons for doing so. A notice of a charter of Urraca suggests that she was in the vicinity of León as late as January 13, 1117. AHN, Cornejos legajo 16.022, 4-2, fol. 1.
5. AHN, Códices, 105B, fols. 118r-119r; published in Fita, "Primer siglo," pp. 266-268; Cantera Orive, "Cartulario de Nájera," PP. 497-498; and Rodríguez de Lama, Colección de Rioja, 2:111-112. Among a large number of Aragonese, Count Pedro of Lara, Count Suarius Vermúdez, and Diego López also confirm the charter. If the charter is to be accepted, the presence of these supporters of Urraca would be a further proof that negotiations were in progress. Manuel Recuero Astray, Alfonso VII, Emperador (León, 1979), p. 63 and n. 50, sees their presence as evidence of their desertion of the queen. However, he is oblivious of most of the additional evidence, which will not support such an assumption.