People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/139/48 (Theiner, no. 40)

Pope Honorius III commands P[andulph], bishop-elect of Norwich, his chamberlain and papal legate, to foster the peace contracted between H[enry], king of England and the king of Scotland. Since the pope has sent what he has to the Holy Land subsidy, and has consequently many debts, the legate is ordered to collect and consign to the Templars and Hospitallers at Paris, Peter’s pence, the cess of the Roman church, and the twentieth, writing to the pope an account of each: the pope has ordered James, who has been deprived of the office of scribe, and since absolved, to make satisfaction to the legate, and obey his commands.
Firm date
18 August 1220
Dating Notes
15 kal. Sept., pontifical year 5
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Theiner, Monumenta, no. 40
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Theiner, no. 40
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Papal letter

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Command to obey the legate no
18 Aug. 1220 Command to foster peace between England and Scotland and collect revenues for the Templars and Hospitallers at Paris yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
18 Aug. 1220 Chamberlain of Honorius III, pope (d.1227) (Employment relationship) Pandulf Masca, bishop-elect of Norwich (d.1226) Honorius III, pope (d.1227)