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Published by Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Knights of Malta -- History -- Sources -- England -- Essex.,
  • Land tenure -- England -- Essex -- History -- Sources.,
  • Cartularies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Michael Gervers.
    SeriesRecords of social and economic history -- 23
    ContributionsGervers, Michael., British Academy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcxii,324p. ;
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22348737M
    ISBN 100197261388

    Cowan, I.B. and Mackay, P.H.R. and MacQuarrie, Alan () The Knights of St John of Jerusalem in Scotland. Scottish History Society Fourth Series. Scottish History Society, Edinburgh. ISBN Full text not available in this repository. MICHAEL GERVERS, The Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in England, Secunda Camera: Essex. (Records of Social and Economic History, 6.) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, for the British Academy, Pp. lxxxiv, ; 2 figures, 2 maps. $ PROFESSOR GERVERS'S EDITION of the secunda camera (fols. rv) of the. KCSJ - Knight Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem. Looking for abbreviations of KCSJ? It is Knight Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem. Knight Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem listed as KCSJ.


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Oxford. Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem Gestingthorpe Essex.- Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem [Little Maplestead] (Prima) - Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem [Little Maplestead] (Secunda) - Llandaff Episcopal Acta ; - London Volume 15 (Part 1) - London Volume 26 (Part 2).The Knights of Rhodes (), the successors of the Hospitallers of St.

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