Ducatus Cornubiae

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Insigne ducatûs Cornubiae

Ducatus Cornubiae (Anglice Duchy of Cornwall, Cornubice Duketh Kernow) est unus ex duobus regis Angliae; alter est ducatus Lancastriae. Maximus natu filius monarchae Britanniae a navitate terras ducatûs et titulum ducis Cornubiae accipit, sed ei possessiones in bonum suum vendere non licet et minore aetate pauca iura et tenue vectigal sunt.

Dux praesens est Carolus, princeps Walliae. Cum is in regnum accedit, princeps Gulielmus per successionem ducatum accipiet.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Campbell, S. (1962). "The Haveners of the medieval dukes of Cornwall and the organisation of the duchy ports" Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall. New Ser., 4: 113–44.
  • Coate, M. (1927). "The Duchy of Cornwall: Its History and Administration, 1640–60". Transactions of the Royal Historical Society. 4th Ser., 10.
  • Gill, C., ed. (1987). The Duchy of Cornwall. David and Charles: Newton Abbot.
  • Haslam, G. (1992). "The Elizabethan Duchy of Cornwall: An Estate in Stasis". In R.W. Hoyle, ed. The Estates of the English Crown, 1558–1640, pp. 88–111. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
  • Hatcher, M.J.J.R. (1970). Rural Economy and Society in the Duchy of Cornwall, 1300–1500. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
  • Hull, P.L., ed. (1971). The Caption of Seisin of the Duchy of Cornwall (1337). Devon and Cornwall Record Society, New Series, 17.
  • Lewis, G.R. (1924). The Stannaries: A Study of the English Tin Miner. Harvard University Press: Cambridge.
  • Pennington, R.R. (1973). Stannary Law: A History of the Mining Law of Cornwall and Devon. David and Charles: Newton Abbot.
  • Stansfield, R.E. (2013). “The Duchy of Cornwall and the Wars of the Roses: Patronage, Politics, and Power, 1453–1502”. In P. Payton, ed. Cornish Studies 21 , pp. 104–50. Exeter University Press.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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