By Sandra Raban
This is often the 1st complete learn of the 1279-80 hundred rolls, probably the most vital assets for later 13th century England. Raban places the rolls of their historic context, seems on the means during which the inquiry used to be performed and questions even if it was once conceived as a moment Domesday. according to the most recent wisdom of the returns, this may be an vital operating instrument for historians.
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Copies or even copies of copies, they only survive in the form of a register 54 Réceuil d’Actes relatifs à l’administration des Rois d’Angleterre en Guyenne au XIIIe siècle: Recogniciones feodorum in Aquitania, ed. C. Bémont (Paris, 1914), p. xlvi; Prestwich, Edward I, 72; Foedera, i /1. 481. 55 Gascon Register A, ed. G. P. Cuttino, 3 vols. (British Academy, London, 1975–6), i, pp. xii–xiii. 56 Many of the texts are abbreviated and corrupt. The transcriptions are only in approximate chronological and geographical order, being grouped according to the notary public who was responsible for drawing them up.
In the course of making his declaration at St Sever, Amanieu de Benquet claimed that his brother had sold an estate at Lescun to a burgess of Mont de Marsan without his consent. Ibid. 48, no. 134. g. ibid. 31, no. 56; 39, no. 95. 66 Further recognitions and homages were received in the Agenais in 1286–7. A comparison with those of 1273–4 suggests that the earlier inquiries had been unusually searching. 68 In 1273–4, Edward needed to make good the deficiencies of his less effective father. Although maladministration was not his most pressing concern in 1273–4, it was already beginning to exercise Edward’s mind.
How many villeins? How many cottars? How many slaves? How many free men? How many sokemen? How much wood? How much meadow? How much pasture? How many mills? How many fish ponds? . ’3 The hundred roll returns contain a great deal more detail than Domesday entries, but the underlying structural similarity of the information provided in the two sources is evident, as the following example from Caldecote in Huntingdonshire illustrates. 2 Cal. Pat. 1272–81, 342–3. For the Latin text of the commission see Appendix 2 and for the commissioners Table 3.