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4. "Another fine mess ... tracing the source of Henry III's revenue"

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Nick Barratt, Historian and Broadcaster. Through the fine rolls, Nick Barratt examines the minority period and the crucial phase when the administrative problems of the reign of King John were analysed and rectified in a period of intense exchequer activity, aiming to restore royal archives and reassert royal authority.

 

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1. Welcome - Friday 24 June 2011 »

David Carpenter, King's College London

 

 

2. 'The Fine Rolls of King Henry III' »

David Carpenter, King's College London.

 

 

3. "Early escheators in the fine rolls" »

Scott Waugh, University of California, Los Angeles.

 

 

5. "The use of debt in the fine rolls" »

Beth Hartland, King's College London.

 

 

6. "The relationship of fines to Henry III's itinerary" »

Julie Kanter, King's College London.

 

 

7. "The fine rolls and the period of baronial reform and rebellion, 1258-67" »

Adrian Jobson, Independent Scholar, San Francisco.

 

 

8. "The fine rolls as a source for the legal historian" »

Paul Brand, All Souls College, Oxford.

 

 

10. "Henry III's piety in the fine rolls" »

Sally Dixon-Smith, Tower of London.

 

 

12. "Women in the fine rolls." »

Louise Wilkinson, Canterbury Christ Church University.

 

 

13. "Modelling entities in the Fine Rolls Project" »

Paul Caton, King's College London.

 

 

14. "The relationship between the fine and originalia rolls" »

Paul Dryburgh, The Borthwick Institute.

 

 

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