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8.2.5 - Richard I

Brown, R. Allen, ed. The Memoranda Roll for the Tenth Year of the Reign of King John (1207-1208); Together With the Curia Regis Rolls of Hilary Richard 1 (1196) and Easter 9 Richard 1 (1198), a Roll of Plate Held by Hugh De Neville in 9 John (1207-8), and Fragments of the Close Rolls of 16 and 17 John (1215-16). Publications of the Pipe Roll Society, 69; n.s., 31. London: J.W. Ruddock for the Society, 1957.

Hovedene, Rogerus de, and William Stubbs, ed. Chronica Magistri Rogeri De Houedene. 4 Vols. Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores (Rolls Series), 51, parts 1-4. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1868-1971.
Abstract: Text in Latin. Reprinted in 1964. Roger of Hovedon was a justice itinerant of the forests in 1189. The 4th part contains many public documents.

Stenton, Doris M. P. English Justice Between the Norman Conquest and the Great Charter, 1066-1215. Memoires of the American Philosophical Society, 60. Philadelphia : American Philosophical Society, 1964.
Abstract: Contains an extensive appendix of illustrative material from various primary sources including records from the PRO. Latin with English translation.

Stubbs, William, and H. W. Carless Davis, eds. Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History From the Earliest Times to the Reign of Edward the First. 9th ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1921.
Notes: Also available online in MOML and HeinOnline (subscription databases)
Abstract: Aims to include every constitutional document of importance for the period. Contents: Part II, Extracts illustrative of the early polity of the English (Anglo Saxon); Part III, Charters and Excerpts illustrative of the Norman period; Part IV, Charters and excerpts illustrative of the reign of Henry II, it includes the assizes of Henry II; Part V, Charters and excerpts illustrative of the reigns of Richard I and John; Part VI, Charters and excerpts illustrative of the reign of Henry III; Part VII, Charters illustrative of the reign of Edward I. Text in Latin with English notes. The Anglo-Saxon laws are quoted in the original language in the 9th edition, edited by H.W. Carless Davis.

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