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by James A. Sharp
Flambard, and part ...
by Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave
The amount payable was at first very uncertain, and William Rufus and Ranulf Flambard found reliefs a convenient method of exaction. Church lands were free from the obligation of reliefs, as from those of wardship and marriage ; but ...
by Christopher Haigh
Under William Rufus, Ranulf Flambard stands out as the chief organizer; under Henry, it is Bishop Roger of Salisbury*. In general, this is not a period of innovation, but of intensification - the Exchequer, for example, despite its apparent ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1910)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
FLAMBARD, RANULF. or RALPH (d. 1128), bishop of Durham and chief minister of William Rufus, was the son of a Norman parish priest who belonged to the diocese of Bayeux. Migrating at an early age to England, the young Ranulf entered ...
Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton
There are also two ancient bridges, Framwell-gate bridge, built about 1120 by Bishop Flambard, and lilvet-bridge, built by Bishop l'udsey. The new gaol house of correction andVounty court-house arc at the head of Old El vet; they occupy a ...
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The value of this 8-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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