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The Anglo-Norman kings had several chamberlains, some of whom were financial officers, while others served in the king's household. Henry I created a master-chamberlainship for Robert Malet, and although this office soon lapsed it was re-created in 1133 for Aubrey (II) de Vere, specifically for 'all ...

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