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Helsinki, National Archives, 1941. Registry of fines from Ala-Satakunta, 1551

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Registry of Fines

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1551

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Swedish

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Helsinki
National Archives
1941

Kattavuus

Ala-Satakunta

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Helsinki, National Archives, 1941. Registry of fines from Ala-Satakunta, 1551
1551
,
Ala-Satakunta
Registry of Fines
Fols. :
Registry of fines
from court sessions presided over by
Nils Ingesson
in
Ala-Satakunta
,
1551
Anno domini 1551 then 22 dagen octobris hult jag Nils Ingesson ... ... penninger 702½ marker, 16 öre.
Paper
40 folios.
20,5cm × 30,5cm
Foliation in ink (1–40); another foliation with numbering continued from the previous parts bound in the same volume (122–161).
3
3
+ 2IV
19
+ 3III
37
+ (II–1)
40
The manuscript is in good condition.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One main hand writing a cursive mostly responsible for fols. 1–37. The same hand seems to appear in another registry of fines from
Nils Ingesson
's sessions (
Helsinki, National Archives, 216b
); it may belong to
Nils Ingesson
himself or his scribe. Other hands write short stints on fols. , , and . One of these hands also appears in other registries (
Helsinki, National Archives, 1973
and
216b
(hand III)).
Ingresses written in a more formal script. Apart from that, no decoration.
Modern binding of blue cardboard. Accounts of taxes levied by
Nils Ingesson
are bound in the same volume. This probably first took place in modern times.
The manuscript contains a
registry of fines
from court sessions presided over by
Nils Ingesson
in
Ala-Satakunta
in
1551
. It is a transcript in which several scribes contributed; the main hand may belong to
Nils Ingesson
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 '1941' on a label pasted to the last leaf of the preceding text.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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