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Is it a local vernacular synonym for the mansionaticus, or perhaps Dorestad’s equivalent of scavage collected from the trade with England? Giscot may also be the same as the later huslatha described as a tributum in a tenth-century Utrecht charter of Otto I’s: Sickel, Die Urkunden Konrad I, I, no. 98; see also Stoclet, Immunes Ab Omni Teloneo, pp. 136–7, n. 28. Jones, The Later Roman Empire, pp. 830 –4. McCormick, Origins of the European Economy, p. 474 and n. 12. v. mansio and mansionaticus. J.
74; Bateson, ‘A London Municipal Collection’, p. 86. Calendar of Letter-Books, G, p. 67; A. Beardwood, Alien Merchants in England 1350 to 1377, The Medieval Academy of America (Cambridge, MA, 1931), p. 34. Liebermann, Gesetze, I, IV Aethelred, c. ’ D. Ganz, Corbie in the Carolingian Renaissance (Sigmaringen, 1990); on the toll exemption and Corbie’s rental income from the toll station at Fos, see Ganshof, ‘A propos du tonlieu sous les Merovingians’, pp. 305–10. McCormick, Origins of the European Economy, pp.
Hodges and Hobley, The Rebirth of Towns, p. 96. Lloyd, Alien Merchants in England, pp. 73–83. On a possible precursor middle Saxon port for King’s Lynn at Bawsey, see Pestell and Ulmschneider, Markets in Early Medieval Europe, pp. 112–14 and 124–6. Life of St Gertrude, Vita Geretrudis, c. 5, ed. B. Krusch, MGH Scriptores Rerum Merovingicarum, II (Hanover, 1884–1951); translated in P. A. Gerberding, Late Merovingian France: History and Hagiography 640–720 (Manchester, 1996), pp. 301–26, esp. p. 323.