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Stockholm, National Archives, Strödda domböcker och rättegångshandlingar, vol. 30. Register of fines for Vemo and Masku, 1590

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A register of fines for Masku and
Vemo parishes from 1590.

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

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1590

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Swedish

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Stockholm
National Archives
Strödda domböcker och rättegångshandlingar, vol. 30
Register of fines for Vemo and Masku, 1590

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Finland

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Stockholm, National Archives, Strödda domböcker och rättegångshandlingar, vol. 30. Register of fines for Vemo and Masku, 1590
1590
,
Finland
A
register of fines
for
Masku
and
Vemo
parishes from
1590
.
Fols. 9–17: A register of fines for
Masku
and
Vemo
parishes from
1590
.
Sacköris Register af vemo och Masko härede I Norrefinland. Masko härade.
Anno 1590 thenn 10 Nouembris hölt Nilis Erichson ... ... för höst winter och Sommer ting löper peninger 418½---. (fol.
17v
is blank).
Paper
9 folios.
21,5cm × 34,5cm
Modern foliation with pencil (9–17). The foliation seems to be a continuation from court records containing testimonies and complaints from Halikko and Piikkis in 1589 (
Stockholm, National Archives, Strödda domböcker och rättegångshandlingar, vol. 30, Court records for Halikko and Piikkis, 1589
). However, there is no reason to suppose the two fragments have ever belonged to the same manuscript.
Four loose bifolia and one singleton.
Fol. 17 has suffered various damage and is torn, causing some loss of text. On other folia there is some lesser damage and fraying. The leaves were conserved in
1937
at the
Swedish National Archives
.
Number of lines varies, one unruled column.
One main hand writing a cursive script.
No decoration.
Four loose bifolia and one singleton.
The fragment contains a
registry of fines
from
Masku
and
Vemo
parishes in
1590
. It was written by a single scribe and shows no additions or cancellations, which suggests it is a fair copy. The fragment is kept in a folder entitled ‘Åbo län’ along with other fragments.
The earliest clue for the fragment’s later provenance is the note on fol. that the leaves were conserved in
1937
in the Swedish National Archives. Possibly it arrived from the
Svea court of appeals
as did some other fragments found in the folder.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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