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Lords ordainerlocked

(act. 1310–1313)
  • J. S. Hamilton

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Lords ordainer (act. 1310–1313), group of administrators commissioned in 1310 to reform the realm, numbered twenty-one prelates, earls, and barons. They were elected following the concession by Edward II on 16 March 1310 that such a body should be created to 'ordain and establish the estate of the king's household and realm' (...

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