Edward I of England and the Regalian Franchise of Durham

@article{Fraser1956EdwardIO,
  title={Edward I of England and the Regalian Franchise of Durham},
  author={Constance Mary Fraser},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1956},
  volume={31},
  pages={329 - 342}
}
  • C. M. Fraser
  • Published 1 April 1956
  • History, Economics
  • Speculum
"THERE are two kings in England, namely, the lord king of England wearing a crown in sign of his regality, and the lord bishop of Durham wearing a mitre in place of a crown in sign of his regality in the diocese of Durham."' So spake Master William de St Botolph, steward of the bishopric of Durham, in August 1302. Nowadays, it is stated categorically that legal developments in England during the reign of Edward I mark the beginning of a new order whereby the king of Englaiid was sovereign over… 
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