Marlborough, Statute of

Marlborough, Statute of
1267. A statute which signalled the conclusion of the "Barons' War. Under the Provisions of "Westminster Henry III had surrendered control of government to a baronial council with an agenda of institutional reform. The provisions were revised and reissued by the king in 1263, and a further revision in 1267 produced this Statute of Marlborough. -

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  • Barons' War — This was civil war by another name. Between 1264 and 1268, Henry III struggled with the barons led by Simon de Montfort. The barons sought to circumscribe the king s powers in the ways described by the provisions of Oxford of 1258 and the… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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