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Helsinki, National Archives, 217. Hattulan kihlakunnan tuomiokirja, 1583-1584

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Court records

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

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1583-1584

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Swedish

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Helsinki
National Archives
217

Kattavuus

Hattula

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Helsinki, National Archives, 217. Hattulan kihlakunnan tuomiokirja, 1583-1584
1583–1584
,
Hattula
Court records
Fols.
73v
:
Court records
of sessions presided over by
Olof Larsson
,
1583–1584
, in
Hattula
.
Anno domini 1583, thenn 16 Martij hultt Jagh Oluff Larssån ...
[73v]
... huarder dabit 1 daler.
Paper
73 folios
21,5cm × 33cm
Two sets of foliation: one in ink in the upper margin (starts from 2 on fol. 1); another, modern, foliation stamped(?) in the lower margin.
i + 2II
8
+ (IV+1)
17
+ 2III
29
+ (II+1)
34
+ 4III
58
+ (III-1)
63
+ III
69
+ II
73
+ i
Fol. 9 is a small slip. Fol. 32 is smaller leaf pasted to fol. 33.
Modern quire signatures in the inner margin of the first page in each quire. These signatures are probably contemporary with the conservation work and ought to represent the original quire structure, which does not always agree with the manuscript's present state.
The manuscript has been heavily conserved. The binding has been completely renewed, several leaves have come loose, are conserved using paper, and are pasted to surrounding leaves and to guards in the gutter.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One main hand writing a cursive.
No decoration.
Modern cardboard half-binding with modern flyleaves inserted front and back.
The manuscript contains transcripts of court sessions presided over in
Hattula
parish,
1583–1584
, by
Olof Larsson
. The writing probably took place shortly after the sessions, and may have been carried out by an attending scribe or by the judge himself.
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
.
National Archives
's shelf-mark '217' on the spine.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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