[capitainerie] (1428)

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[capitainerie] (1428)


[ FEW: 2/i,255b capitaneus; Gdf: 2,116a chevetainerie; GdfC: 8,423b capitainerie; TL: 2,36 capitainerie; DEAF: ; DMF:  chevetainerie; TLF: ; OED:  capitanry n.; MED:  capitainerie n.; DMLBS: 270c capitania ]


1captaincy, area controlled by the governor of a garrison in a castle or city
( 1428 )  Au surplus ont semblement les diz gens des trois estas exposé [...] plusieurs grans tors, oppressions et abus qui leur sont faictes par les diz cappitaines, leurs lieutenants ou ceulx a qui ilz ont baillie a ferme leurs cappitaineries et composicions des guetz  52
capitain  capitainie 
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