Philippus Lamberti wrote a testament on 10 March 1390 in which he named as his heirs in equal shares Dulcieta, his wife, and his two sons, Huguetus and Bartholomayretus. Bartholomayretus, and probably Huguetus as well, is the son of a previous wife named Jacmeta. Huguetus has already received his third part, and the remaining 2/3rds are to be shared between Bartholomayretus and Dulcieta. Dulcieta is due her dowry and counter-dowry, amounting to 100 florins. The two agree on an arbitration. Dulcieta chose Petrus Athos, a common friend, and Anthonius Torcati, her brother, to represent her interests in the arbitration. Bartholomayretus, for his part, chooses Laurencius Aycardi, notary, and magister Gaufridus Aycardi, a cooper, who are his cousins.

  • Record type: Inventory-Division
  • Date: 21 July, 1395
  • Locale: Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
  • Language(s): Latin
  • Named person(s): Philippus Lamberti
  • Archival location: Archives départementales des Bouches-du-Rhône, Register 355E 48
  • Extent: 7 Folios (paper, register - demi-quarto)

Edited by Daniel Lord Smail.
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