Making Fine

Merriman, Ben
June 2012
Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;Summer/Fall2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p224
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the individuals included in the fine rolls or records of patronage and financial punishment during the reign of King Henry III of England. Robert Arsic of Kent paid 100 marks to go out of prison and promised to work in the king's service. King Henry ordered the speedy delivery of Jews who were accused of circumcising a Christian to the tower of London. Meanwhile, Hubert de Rumilly gave the king a hawk for the right to hold a fair.


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