The account of the communar and pitancer of Norwich Cathedral Priory, 1282/3 – 1329/30, given in the original Latin. Though this communar was involved in miscellaneous household expenditure, the two obedientaries also paid for building work and Part II of the introduction describes both the rebuilding undertaken after the riot of 1272 and the remodelling of the cloister down to 1453.
Series: Norfolk Record Society
Volume Number: XLI
Year of Publication: 1972
Edited By: Arthur Bensley Wittingham, Eric C. Fernie
Tags: Account, Building, Cathedral, Cloisters, Communar, Norwich, Norwich Cathedral Priory, Pitancer, Priory, Priory of the Holy Trinity