|- But Roda's diocese has disappeared, already it does not exist. |
- It was considered the provisional heiress of Lleida after the Mohammedans invasion and it moved when the city was liberated. This happened on October 24, 1149, when al-Muzaffar delivered the city to the united troops of Ramon Berenguer IV of Barcelona and of Ermengol VI of Urgell. Two bishoprics stayed: Huesca (that was including Barbastro) and Lleida (that was including Roda). The limit between both bishoprics was precisely the river Cinca. Half a century later, in 1203, the pope Innocence III finished the conflict with a bulla. He confirmed Barbastro in favor of Huesca and the valleys of Gistau and of Bielsa in favor of Lleida, it was fixing the river Cinca as limit up to Fornillos and from this parish it was distributing among both dioceses the parishes between the rivers Cinca and Alcanadre, a tributary of its right that it is born in Guara's mountains.
- This way, the ecclesiastic limit between Aragon and Catalonia was the river Cinca from the Pyrenees up to almost Monzón, where it was turning on the West up to the river Alcanadre.
- Yes. Little later, in 1214, Catalonia's Parliament fixed also the civil limit in the river Cinca. But soon it was questioned by the Parliament of Aragon and by the monarchy.