Were you listening carefully? Case Notes from Medieval Courts — Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive Blog

Today’s blog takes a last look at the lawyers’ handbook, Worcester Cathedral Library manuscript Q. 36. This time we pass over all the laws and charters and look instead at notes on actual cases heard in thirteenth-century courts written down in Norman French, the everyday language of law practitioners. These notes were probably first made […]

via Were you listening carefully? Case Notes from Medieval Courts — Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive Blog

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