2 edition of ordinances of the White Earl and the problem of coign in the later Middle Ages found in the catalog.
ordinances of the White Earl and the problem of coign in the later Middle Ages
C. A. Empey
|Statement||by C. A. Empey and Katharine Simms.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v.75,C,no.8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
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The Ordinances of the White Earl of Ormond, produced a curious fusion of Gaelic and Norman traditions of lordship. These early-fifteenth-century seignorial laws shed much light on the actual process of the transformation. Coign, or the exaction of food and lodging without payment, originated in.
Coign and livery or coyne and livery (Irish: coinmheadh is buannacht) in Gaelic Ireland was the free entertainment which a chief exacted from his subjects for his servants and followers. Originally in Brehon law it took the form of a feast held when the chief passed through a subject's lands.
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