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Helsinki, National Archives, 216c. Registry of Fines for Ala-Satakunta, 1552–1553.

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Registries of fines.

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

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1552-1553

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Helsinki
National Archives
216c

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Ala-Satakunta

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Helsinki, National Archives, 216c. Registry of Fines for Ala-Satakunta, 1552–1553.
1553
,
Ala-Satakunta
Registries of fines
.
I:
Fols. :
Ala-Satakunta
registry of fines
from court sessions in
1552–1553
presided over by
Måns Nilsson
,
Sven Lasse Matsson
(in place of
Måns Nilsson
), and
Jöns Knutsson
.
(Headline)
Domboken aff Neder Satagundtt pro Anno 1553
. ( is blank). Anno domini 1552 Then 6 Dagen Decembris stod höst tingith I Huittis ... Suens Lasse Matzson häredz doom I wäre haffuandis på wälbyrdig Monss Nilssons vägna ... ... penningar 99 marker.
II:
Fols. : Fragments of a
registry of fines
from
1570
(
Huittinen
) and a transcript of a court hearing from
1561
(
Ulvila
,
Pori
).
Thenn Junij Anno etc. 70 hultt Jach Hans Burgesson tingit medh almoghen aff Hwittis Sochn ... ... till kungliga majestets skiuatzfärdh(?)|
Anno domini 1561 thenn 21 decembris Sättis thesse effthernembde nempder såm ransaka skulle tesse effther Sak som är Simon Jonsson och Kyrstin Oleffsdotther ... ... Summa 48 daler 4½ öre.
Paper
32 + 2 folios.
21cm × 33cm
Modern foliation in ink.
i + V
10
+ IV
18
+ III
24
+ IV
32
; 2
34
+ i
The manuscript contains two different parts: the main section and two fragments, which have been added after it. Presumably the fragments were added when the manuscript was rebound.
The manuscript is in good condition. There is some dirt and slight fraying of the edges.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
The main part is written by one main hand in a cursive of
saec. XVI
.
The two later fragments are written by two different hands.
The ingress is written in a more formal script. Apart from that, no decoration.
Modern binding of blue cardboard. Modern flyleaves have been added at the front and back.
The manuscript contains a transcript of a
registry of fines
from
Ala-Satakunta
in
1552-1553
. It is written by a single hand.
Two other fragments have been added in the end of the manuscript, presumably in modern times.
The later history of the manuscript is unknown. Probably it was sent to
Sweden
after its writing and shipped back to
Finland
after the
Hamina
accords of
1809
. The shelf-mark '216c' of the
National Archives of Finland
on the spine and on a label attached to the front cover.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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