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Ely, Richard of
Ely, Richard von
Fitz Neal, Richard
Fitz Neale, Richard
Fitz Nigel, Richard
FitzNeal, Richard
Fitzneale, Richard
Fitzneale, Richard (Bp. of London)
Fitzneale, Richard (c. 1130-1198)
Fitznigel, Richard
Nigel, Richard Fitz
Ricardus (filius Nigelli)
Ricardus (Thesaurarius)
Richard (Bishop of London)
Richard, Fitz Nigel
Richard fitzNigel
Richard (of Ely)
Richard (son of Nigel)
Richard (von Ely)
Richardus, Eliensis
Dates: 
approximately 1130-1198
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cre
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author
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Amt, Emilie (1960-)
Carter F. E. L
Church, S. D. (1962-)
Church, Stephen David (1962- ))
Greenway, D. E.
Johnson, C.
Johnson, Charles (1870-)
Madox, Thomas (1666-1727)
Nigel, Bishop of Ely -1169
Rayner, John
Siegrist, Marianne
Titles: 
ancient dialogue concerning the Exchequer, The : published from two manuscript volumes, called the Black book and Red book : remaining of record in His Majesty's Exchequer, which contain an authentic account of the greatest officers of the realm, by whom the various branches of the royal revenue are managed, their duties, saleries [sic], privileges, and exemptions : also a circumstantial detail of the sheriff's accompts, the manner and method of passing them at the Exchequer, the privileges and exemptions allowed them, by reason of their business and attendance there, the origin and derivation of their name and office, with many other instructive and curious particulars : likewise a dissertation concerning the author of this dialogue, and a discourse concerning the most ancient great roll of the Exchequer, commonly styled the Roll of Quinto Regis Stephani
(And) Constitutio domus regis
Antiquus dialogus de Scaccario, Gervasio de Tilbury vulgo adscriptus, e duobus vetustis codd. mss.
Constitutio domus regis
course of the exchequer, The
Dialog über das Schatzamt
Dialogue of the Exchequer.
Dialogus de scaccario. German and Latin [from old catalog]
Dialogus de Scaccario: The Course of the Exchequer; and Constitutio Domus Regis: The Establishment of the Royal Household.
Dialogus de scaccario=The Course of the exchequer ; ed. and translated by C. Johnson, 1983
disceptatio epistolaris de Magno Rotulo Scaccarij
Disposition of the King's Household
Establishment of the royal household
history and antiquities of the Exchequer of the Kings of England, in two periods: to wit, from the Norman Conquest, to the end of the reign of K. John; and from the end of the reign of K. John to the end of the reign of K. Edward II. Taken from records. Together with a correct copy of the Ancient dialogue concerning the Exchequer, generally ascribed to Gervasius Tilburiensis. And a dissertation concerning the most ancient Great Roll of the Exchequer, commonly styled the Roll of Quinto regis Stephani., The
history and antiquities of the Exchequer of the kings of England in two periods to wit, from the Norman Conquest, to the end of the reign of K. John, The ; and from the end of the reign of K. John to the end of the reign of K. Edward II, taken from records. Together with a correct copy of the ancient dialogue concerning the Exchequer, generally ascribed to Gervasius Tilburiensis, and a dissertation concerning the most ancient Great Roll of the Exchequer, commonly the Roll of Quinto Regis Stephani.
king's household
necessariis observantiis scaccarii dialogus, commonly called Dialogus de scaccario, De
Necessariis observantiis scaccarii dialogus qui vulgo dicitur Dialogus de scaccario... - The Course of the exchequer, by Richard, son of Nigel, treasurer of England and bishop of London. Translated from the Latin with introduction and notes by Charles Johnson,... [Constitutio domus regis. Establishment of royal household.], De
Schatzmeister des Königs : Finanzverwaltung im Mittelalter : Lateinisch und Deutsch
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