custumal

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custumal

(ˈkʌstjʊməl)
n, adj
another word for customary2, customary3
[C16: from Medieval Latin custumālis relating to custom]
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Bertolet uses examples from the works of Chaucer, Gower and Hoccleve, relates them to documentary evidence found in London custumals and court records, and interprets them within the framework of the sociological theories of Pierre Bourdieu.
10) There were many local custumals (often called books of precedents) that outlined the process: for example, BL Lansdowne MS 569, 'Customs of Courts', ff 2-20.
Bateson gathered sufficient instances of such laws to persuade us that they remained of importance in later medieval society, for similar regulations are found in the fifteenth-century borough custumals from Dover and Northampton.
9) The late twelfth-century custumal from Northampton gave this a slightly more developed expression:
Such rules are found both before and after the Black Death, as in the fifteenth-century custumal from Dover:
13) The Tewkesbury custumal (dating from before 1183) held that:
Similar practices are found at Kingsthorpe, Northants, in a custumal of 1484:
64) This custom had been of long standing: see custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring, ed.