An ambassador has arrived from Pisa with a claim against the estate of Bartholomeus Egidii. A crier and a notary are sent to place a seal on several casks of wine in Bartholomeus's cellar and his wife is warned not to move the wine. Subsequently, an inventory is made of Bartholomeus's estate. Toward the end of the inventory, mention is made of the goods of Autrica, the wife of Bartholomeus, and Martileta, the wife of Johannes Egidi. It is likely that the women would be allowed to claim their dowry rights in the estate before the debt to the Pisan merchant could be honored.
- Record type: Inventory-Postmortem
- Date: 14 September, 1359
- Locale: Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
- Language(s): Latin
- Named person(s): Bartholomeus Egidii
- Archival location: Archives départementales des Bouches-du-Rhône, Register 3B 62
- Extent: 6 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Daniel Lord Smail.
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