Signature of El Cid.svg

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English: Autograph signature of Rodrigo Díaz, [also] called El Cid, in a document by him that [reflects that he] makes a donation to the Cathedral of Valencia. [The o]riginal [is] in [the] Archive of the Cathedral of Salamanca, box 43, list 2, number 72. It reads in Latin: ego ruderico, "I, Rodrigo".
Español: Firma autógrafa de Rodrigo Díaz llamado Campeador, en un documento por el que dota a la Catedral de Valencia. Original en Archivo de la Catedral de Salamanca, caja 43, leg. 2, n.º 72. (Cfr. Alberto Montaner Frutos y Ángel Escobar, «El Carmen Campidoctoris y la materia cidiana», en Carmen Campidoctoris o Poema latino del Campeador, Madrid, Sociedad Estatal España Nuevo Milenio, 2001, pág. 73 [lam.]. ISBN 978-84-95486-20-2 y Ramón Menéndez Pidal, «Autógrafos inéditos del Cid y de Jimena en dos diplomas de 1098 y 1101», Revista de Filología Española, t. 5, 1918. Madrid, Sucesores de Hernando, 1918. Copia digital. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León. Consejería de Cultura y Turismo. Dirección General de Promociones e Instituciones Culturales, 2009-2010
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Source File:Firma del Cid.jpg
Author Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (c. 1050-1099)
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This signature is believed to be ineligible for copyright and therefore in the public domain because it falls below the required level of originality for copyright protection both in the United States and in the source country (if different). In this case, the source country (e.g. the country of nationality of the signatory) is believed to be Spain.
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