2 edition of Great roll of the pipe for the fifth [through the] twentieth year of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. 1158-1174 found in the catalog.
Published 1966 by Administrator in Reprinted with the permission of the original publishers [by] Kraus Reprint
Text in Latin ; introductory material in English.Reprint of the 1884-96 London printing by Wyman & Sons.Earlier pipe rolls in the reign of Henry the Second were published by the Record Commission in 1833-1844; later pipe rolls covering the twenty-first through thirty-fourth years were printed by Wyman & Sons in 1897?-1925.Includes bibliographical references.Wilson Library lacks Publications 2 and 12 covering the sixth and fourteenth years of the reign of Henry the Second.
|Statement||Reprinted with the permission of the original publishers [by] Kraus Reprint|
|Publishers||Reprinted with the permission of the original publishers [by] Kraus Reprint|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
|2||Publications of the Pipe Roll Society -- v. 1-2, 4-9, 11-13, 15-16, 18-19, 21|
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