Englés (fl. 1253) was a Navarrese jongleur and troubadour of the mid 13th century. His lone tenso survives only in fragments and is chiefly of interest to historians for its commentary on court life in Pamplona under Theobald I. The jongleur with whom Englés is debating is anonymous. The poem has been dated to 1253. First, Englés accuses Theobald of avarice and thriftiness, to which the anonymous replies that Englés—whose name implies that he was English—is anti-French (since Theobald was a Frenchman). Engléa finishes the poem by indicating that he is leaving Pamplona for the court of Aragon. Englés makes humorous use of a pun on the words cort (court) and corta (short):Peire Guilhem de Tolosa also attacked Theobald I of Navarres, who was a prolific trouvère and commissioner of the chansonnier du roi, which includes many troubadour poems.