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" I am anxious to know concerning the duties of those men of whom you spoke last: what profit can such men as have an abundance of wealth and kinsmen find in the king's service and in binding themselves to his service with the housecarle name as their only... "
The Cambridge History of Scandinavia - Page 466
edited by - 2003 - 892 pages
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The King's Mirror: (Speculum Regalae - Konungs Skuggsjá)

1917 - 388 pages
...yet something that I am anxious to know concerning the duties of those men of whom you spoke last: what profit can such men as have an abundance of wealth...and in binding themselves to his service with the housecarle name as their only title ? Why do not they rather seek the honor of being called hirdmen,...
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Sir Robert Howard's Comedy, "The Committee"

Sir Robert Howard - 1921 - 138 pages
...(a coin). As., 52a5; ap. mcercr, 53bl3, abbreviated m«rcr, 53bl4,etc. .' 111 "\\"!i:i t. advantage can such men as have an abundance of wealth and kinsmen...and in binding themselves to his service with the name of house-carl as their only title? Why do they not rather seek the distinction of being called...
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European Monarchy: Its Evolution and Practice from Roman Antiquity to Modern ...

Heinz Duchhardt, Richard A. Jackson, David J. Sturdy - 1992 - 222 pages
...The King's Mirror is formed as a dialogue between a father and his son - gives an indication of this: [The Son:] "What profit can such men as have an abundance of wealth and kingsmen find in the king's service and in binding themselves to his service with the housecarle name...
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