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The 1337 delphinal survey on dolphinal abuse and wear: the complaints of Vals and Albon, two delphinal châtellenies du Viennois.

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the purpose of this study is to analyse novel documents from the major investigation conducted in 1337 by Viennois Humbert II’s dolphin into delphinal abuse and wear and tear. These are two complaints from the Castellenies bordering Vals and Albon in southern Viennois. These two minutes will be examined in turn: the ideological background to the investigation, where the prestige of previous capetians is mixed with Humbert II’s specific religious requirements, and the administrative method it uses — the delphinale order, the procedure followed, and the echo which she encountered in this rural area, where almost 80 people then put forward their complaints; complaints against the abuse of the dolphin and, above all, of its predecessors, which are generally experienced in the same way as officials of the delphinal authority — particularly the requisitions made in time of war; — finally, complaints against wear and tear, which are rich in lessons about credit, in this case not exclusively lumbard and Jewish, and about the indebtedness of these campaigns on the edges of the Rhône.

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