6 edition of The Exchequer in the twelfth century found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HJ1028 .P7 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 195 p.|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||70171821|
Records of the King's Remembrancer Description: Records of the King's Remembrancer (or Queen's Remembrancer), one of the two major Exchequer officials concerned with the accounting and audit procedures and also in the wider administrative functions of the Court of Exchequer from the twelfth century to the nineteenth. Two 13th-century transcripts are in P.R.O. E/12 (Little Black Book of the Exchequer) and E/2 (Red Book of the Exchequer); some original returns are in E/1/3. Returns, made in by each tenant in chief, of the lands they held, the names of their sub-tenants and the service done by them. These documents are included in the COEL database.
Cambridge Core - Anglo Saxon and Medieval Literature - The Linguistic Past in Twelfth-Century Britain - by Sara HarrisAuthor: Sara Harris. How and how well did the English Exchequer function in the twelfth century? The English exchequer was the central board responsible for all in comings and out goings into the royal treasury.
The other historical giant conjured by the book’s very title is, of course, Charles Homer Haskins, who, with his The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century, established the 12th century in the minds of anglophone scholars as a time of institutional and intellectual progression. Bisson’s book self-consciously takes part in the same. The book, Dialogue Concerning the Exchequer, is an important source of information on government finances in the 12th century. As well as being treasurer, FitzNeal was also the bishop of London from until his death in
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$ * The English Exchequer of the twelfth century developed sophisticated notarial and administrative skills and was an important precursor to the modern centralized : Reginald Lane Poole.
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It contains additional entries and annotations down to the 18th century. It is now held at The National Archives, Kew, al: Parchment. The way people see the past tells us much about their present interests and about their sense of identity.
This book examines both what men of the day knew about their past, and in particular about the Roman Empire, and shows how such knowledge was used to authenticate claims and attitudes. These original essays, by distinguished scholars, are wide-ranging both. It comes from a collection of documents known as the Red Book of the Exchequer, dating from the 13th - 16th centuries.
A Court of the Exchequer was first set up in England in the 12th century. The Dialogus de Scaccario, written by Richard fitz Nigel from aboutis primarily a handbook of procedure at meetings of the king's exchequer, but includes much ancillary explanatory matter on law and society in the twelfth : Nicholas Karn.
THE EXCHEQUER IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY THE FORD LECTURES DELIVERED IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD IN MICHAELMAS TERM, 1 by REGINALD L. POOLE. PREFACE The Black Book and the Red Book of the Exchequer. I3 Modern Work upon the Exchequer Records. I5 THE ANCIENT TREASURY.
21 The King's Chamber. Part of the point of the Exchequer was that, by the late twelfth century, it generally stayed put while the king itinerated. Map himself, just after this passage, notes how judges at (unspecified) courts encourage the king to be.
Read "Exchequer in the 12th Century" by R. Poole available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa : Taylor And Francis. Exchequer of Ireland (Facsimiles of Irish Manuscripts, volume III, plate xxxvii.) We know a great deal about the 12th century Exchequer thanks to the Dialogus de Scaccario, an intimate (if somewhat self-important) account written by royal treasurer Richard fitz Nigel.
The Exchequer started life as an expedient means by which the King could. Book Description: The size and jurisdiction of English royal government underwent sustained development in the thirteenth century, an understanding of which is crucial to a balanced view of medieval English society.
The papers here follow three central themes: the development of central government, law and justice, and the crown and the localities.
Its origins appear to have been in the English Exchequer about By the late twelfth century, it was well-established. InRichard Fitz Nigel wrote the Dialogus de Scaccario Author: Michael John Jones. The Twelfth Century English Exchequer The English exchequer was the central board responsible for all in comings and out goings into the royal treasury.
It arrived with the Normans and was the first system of centralized revenue extraction to appear that although crude was a direct predecessor to the modern one. Six of the greatest twelfth-century historians - William of Malmesbury, Henry of Huntingdon, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Geoffrey Gaimar, Roger of Howden, and Gerald of Wales - are analysed in this collection of essays, focusing on their attitudesto three inter-related aspects of English history.
The first theme is the rise of the new and condescending perception which regarded. Get this from a library! The Exchequer in the twelfth century: the Ford lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Michaelmas term, [Reginald Lane Poole].The essential heart of this series of miscellaneous books is the Red Book of the Exchequer; the Little Black Book of the Exchequer, a collection of transcripts of 12th-century diplomatic documents, knights' fees, Crown grants and miscellanea; inventories of records and office books, papers and accounts of the King's Remembrancer's Office.The Exchequer, maybe because it was so crucial to government and maybe because it was the only government office which remained in one place rather than moving around with the King, is the source of some of the best records from this time.
In particular the pipe rolls and the book written by Richard FitzNigel on the work of the Exchequer.