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Account for building work at Château Gaillard and Tosny

The castles of Château Gaillard and Tosny, on the Norman border, were built in the 1190s. This account is from a pipe rollGlossary term - opens in a pop-up window created by the Norman ExchequerGlossary term - opens in a pop-up window. The French provinces of the English king had their own departments of government. When the English were pushed out of Normandy in 1204 these departments went with them back to England. Many records created by them were preserved, with the result that today The National Archives holds a collection of Norman material from this period.

Catalogue reference: E 373/2 m. 2d (date: 1198)

Account for building work at Château Gaillard and Tosny. Cat ref: E 373/2
 
 
 
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