Royal Taxation in Fourteenth-century France: The Captivity and Ransom of John II, 1356-1370, Volume 116

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American Philosophical Society, 1976 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
With this volume, Professor John Henneman of the University of Iowa concludes a decade of research into the development of French royal finance in the fourteenth century. This book shows how the capture of King John II in 1356 led to a critical change in the history of royal taxation.

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The Treaty of Brétigny and the First Ransom
Taxation for the Defense of Languedoc

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