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Helsinki, National Archives, 1973. Registry of fines from Ylä-Satakunta, 1554.

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Registry of fines

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1554

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Swedish

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Helsinki
National Archives
1973

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Ylä-Satakunta

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Helsinki, National Archives, 1973. Registry of fines from Ylä-Satakunta, 1554.
1554
,
Ylä-Satakunta
Registry of fines
Fols. :
Registry of fines
from a sessions presided over by
Jöns Västgöte
in
Ylä-Satakunta
,
1554
.
Anno domini 1554 Thenn 4 decembris Stod höst tingit medt almogen aff Cangasala Soknn I Erlig och wälbyrdig Jöns vesgiot ... ... Saköris penninger 399 marker 4 öre.
Paper
36 folios.
20,5cm × 30cm
Foliation in ink. Another contemporary numbering in the lower margin counts the number of fines on each page.
VI
12
+ IX
30
+ III
36
Fols. 29–30 have apparently become loose from their quire and are now pasted to fol. 31 in the gutter.
The fragment is in good condition.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One main hand writing a cursive. The hand may be the same one appearing at least in some of the accounts bound in the same volume. It also appears in other registries of fines (
Helsinki, National Archives, 1941
;
Helsinki, National Archives, 216b
(hand III)).
The ingresses are written in a more formal script. Apart from that, no decoration.
Modern binding of blue cardboard. The same binding includes several other manuscripts: namely accounts from Ylä-Satakunta written around the same time as this manuscript.
A
registry of fines
from sessions presided over by
Jöns Västgöte
in
Ylä-Satakunta
in
1554
. The record is a transcript. Although the scribe may be the same as appears in other booklets bound in the same volume, the current composition of the volume is probably modern.
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’ call-mark '1973' on a label pasted to fol. 1.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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