1 edition of Taxatio ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P. Nicholae IV. circa A. D. 1291 found in the catalog.
Taxatio ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P. Nicholae IV. circa A. D. 1291
|Statement||Printed by command of His Majesty King George III. etc. etc. etc. in persuance of an address of the House of Commons of Great Britain.|
|Contributions||Catholic Church. Pope, 1288-1292 (Nicolaus IV)., Great Britain. Record Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 448 p. :|
|Number of Pages||448|
S. Ayscough and J. Caley (eds), Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae Auctoritate Papae Nicholas IV circa Record Commission (), – From the nature of the entries these two manors were better compared as regards Spiritualities than as regards Temporalities, though the latter may be generally more useful. Google Scholar. unknown: calendarium: rotulorum chartarum et inquisitionum ad quod damnum unknown: ducatus lancastriae and taxatio ecclesiastica angliae et walliae auctoritate i iv circa a.d. unknown: flintshire historical society journal unknown: letter to the right honourable henry lord viscount, cornbury.
Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae Auctoritate P. Nicholai IV, University of Sheffield – the searchable version of the edition from by the Record Commission concerns an unique assessment of ecclesiastical wealth in England and Wales from the years Denton, Jeffrey H: Towards a new edition of the 'Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P Nicholai IV circa A.D '. () () Bogdanow, Fanni: The Manchester-Oxford, Bonn and Tale codices and their place .
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History. The Taxatio Ecclesiastica was compiled in furtherance of the collection of a tax on all ecclesiastical property in England and Wales, in order to defray the costs of an expedition to the Holy Land.
The Pope promised Edward I one tenth of the annual profits of every ecclesiastical benefice for the endeavour. A further tax, entitled Nova Taxatio, was levied in by virtue of a royal.
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Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae Et Walliae Auctoritate P. Nicholai IV, Circa A, Part On spine: Ecclesiastic taxatio circa A.D; running title: Taxatio ecclesiastica ai.
Edited bygh and Prepared under the direction of the Commissioners on the Public Records of the Kingdom. Related Work Ecclesiastica taxatio circa A.D ISBN 28 L.'Towards a new edition of the Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae Auctoritate P.
Nicholai IV Circa A.D', Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 79, no. 1 (), Technical Methods. The Taxatio database is a MySQL database. About the project. Astle, Thomas. Taxatio Ecclesiastie Angliae et Walliae Auctoritate P. Nicholai IV Circa A.D. (London: Record Commision, ).
alities' sections of the Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctorit- ate P. Nicholai IV, which was published in as the first volume in the Record Commission's series of editions.2 In this case the pro ject has been supported by both the Economic and Social Research Council and, more recently, the Leverhulme Trust.
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Astle, T.; Ayscough, S.; Caley, J. eds, Taxatio ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P. Nicholai IV, circa A.D.
Record Commissioners Texts and Calendars Johanne et Henrico quinto Angliae regibus. Vol. II: De annisnecnon de annoRecord a 16th century docquet book; admissions to public offices. The Taxatio Ecclesiastica, often referred to as the Taxatio Nicholai or just the Taxatio, compiled in –92 under the order of Pope Nicholas IV, is a detailed database valuation for ecclesiastical taxation of English, Welsh, and Irish parish churches and prebends.
History. The Taxatio Ecclesiastica was compiled in furtherance of the collection of a tax on all ecclesiastical property in. 46 These books, now E /13 (northern province) and E /14 (southern province), supplied the base text for the edition of the Taxatio published by the Record Commission in Taxatio ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P.
Nicholai IV circa A. London John Lydford's Book: John Lydford's Book, ed. Owen (Historical Manuscripts Commission JP 22, ) Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae auctoritate P. Nicholai IV circa A.D. (Record Commission, ) V.C.H.
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Nicholai IV, circa A.D. [Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Public Records Commission.;]. Pope Nicholas' taxiation ofcommonly refered to as Taxatio, reveals that the church of Longhope had a value of £3 6s 8d and decima (Latin for "a tenth part tithe") of 6s 8d.
The Taxatio also mentions that Longhope was still owned by "Prioris Monemute [Monmouth Priory]" . By the impropriation belonged to Thomas Nourse esq. . Towards a new edition of the 'Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Walliae Auctoritate P. Nicholai IV', circa AD by the fragmented manorial landscape recorded in Domesday Book, and also to.
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