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Change And Continuity, 1270–1319

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This chapter discusses how the tributary lands were ruled from 1270 to 1397. It examines three sides of the government of the tributary lands: the king's administrative apparatus, local public life, and the men who served the king. An aim of the chapter is to establish whether changes in the government of the tributary lands were due to changes in the national government in the fourteenth century, or if they were a result of local needs. The chapter may also shed some light on the king's strategy for the government of the tributary lands, and to produce new knowledge about the fate of the Norwegian medieval state in the Late Middle Ages. It examines the developments in each individual country and then draws the threads together for the tributary lands as a whole.

Keywords: king's administrative apparatus; Norwegian medieval state; tributary lands



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