The positions of Provincial Master in Corona Catalano-Aragonese from 1159 were successively: Hugo of Barcelona, happening to him in 1163 Hugues de Geoffrey. In 1166 Arnau de Torroja was named, being in both following years that the Aragonese templarios participate definitively in the conquests of the Mediterranean coast, like in Caspe and Alfambra, castle this one that in 1170 would be donated to them. Greater benefit represented the concession to them of its independence with respect to any other jurisdiction political-nun excepting the Extreme Pontiff of Rome (1172). In 1176 Castilian the Aragonese templarios and would also collaborate in the conquest of Cuenca.En 1181, when Arnau de Torroja was named Great Master, residing in Palestine, the provincial one of Catalonia/Aragon was Berenguer de Avignon. Two years later were it respectively Guido de Selln and Ramon de Canet and in 1185 was it Guilabert Errall. PROVINCE MASTER: DURATION OF the MANDATOPere de Rovira de Nov. 1143 to January 1158Hug of Barcelona of 1159 to April 1162 Hugues de Geoffrey of May 1163 to 1166Arnau of Torroja de Oct.
1166 to March to 1181Berenguer of Aviny of April 1181 to 1183Guido March of Selln of April to June 1183Ramn of Canet de Nov. 1183 to Julio 1185 Pedro Rovira was first that the nickname of provincial Master of the Order of the West took. Logically Arnau, when happening to him, continued in the same line to protect to the count catalano-Aragonese it needed when it, it did and it surely more than Rovira, to the being Ramon Berenguer IV his natural sovereign. When king Ramiro de Aragon decided to consolidate his friendship with you cut of Barcelona and the Languedoc (1139), the king of Castile, seeing that Aragoneses had signed the concord with Ramon Berenguer III, left suffered Saragossa so, that a year later still signed like " king of Zaragoza" in order to ultrajar as he would go to the count of Barcelona.