Pasqualeta, the wife of Gil Civera, a butcher and citizen of Barcelona, came before a notary in October of 1388 to register an inventory of the estate of her late husband, who had died several weeks earlier. All of his assets were obligated to her by virtue of her dowry rights. The inventory is followed immediately by an auction of some of goods in the estate. A little more than two years later, Pasqualeta requested an appraisal of the remaining goods, because she was intending on taking a new husband and wanted to find out how much of the original value of her dowry remained to her. Both the auction and the appraisal have been published in the DALME collection.
- Record type: Inventory-Postmortem
- Date: 1 October, 1388
- Locale: Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
- Language(s): Latin
- Named person(s): Gil Civera
- Archival location: Arxiu Històric de Protocols de Barcelona, register 56/79 Pere de Granyana
- Extent: 2 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Ryan Low, with corrections by Pablo Sanahuja, and contributions by Rowan Dorin.
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