Curia Regis


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Curia Regis

(ˈriːdʒɪs)
n, pl Curiae Regis
(Historical Terms) (in Norman England) the king's court, which performed all functions of government
[Latin, literally: council of the king]
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Jim Ryan was underbidder on Free Spin but he did secure the David Marnane-trained and Sheikh Mohammed-owned Curia Regis for [euro]34,000.
In Saxon times, sheriffs - or Shire Reeves as they were originally known - of each county went to the King's or Queen's Court, known in Latin as the Curia Regis, to give account for the money they collected on behalf of the monarch.
Moreover, the kings also faced institutional constraints, one of which, the Curia Regis, deserves recognition here.