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Customary aids and royal finance in Capetian France : the marriage aid of Philip the Fair

Author: Elizabeth A R Brown
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Medieval Academy of America, 1992.
Series: Medieval Academy books, no. 100.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Philip, King of France; Isabella, Queen consort of Edward II King of England; Isabella, Queen consort of Edward II King of England; Philip, King of France; König IV ) Philipp (Frankreich
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth A R Brown
ISBN: 0915651009 9780915651009
OCLC Number: 28378928
Description: 331 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: I. The Marriage of Isabelle and Royal Finances, 1308. 1. The Marriage of Isabelle. 2. Philip the Fair and the Marriages of His Children. 3. Royal Finances in 1308 --
II. The Theory and Practice of Customary Aids. 1. The Justifiability of Customary Aids. 2. The Collection of Customary Aids --
III. The King and the Marriage Aid, 1308-1309. 1. The First Attempts to Levy the Aid. 2. Fiscal Crisis and the Appointment of Commissioners. 3. The Results of the Commissioners' Initial Efforts --
IV. Resistance and Protest in the Provinces, 1309. 1. Representative Traditions in Quercy and Perigord. 2. The Organization of Opposition in Quercy. 3. The Final Configuration of the Embassy and the Agents' Powers --
Note: Carton J 356 of the Archives nationales --
V. Protest and Negotiation in Paris and the Provinces, 1309-1311. 1. Delegations to the King in 1309. 2. The Government Presses Collection. 3. The Yield of the Marriage Aid --
VI. Customary Aids and Royal Policy in the Later Fourteenth Century. 1. The Knighting Aid of 1313. 2. The Aids of the Least Direct Capetians. 3. The Aids of the Valois Kings.
Series Title: Medieval Academy books, no. 100.
Responsibility: Elizabeth A.R. Brown.

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