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Gervase Rosser

Robert all my round basins and all things belonging to me in ‘le Shavynger Shope’ to be equally divided between them, except the two larger and better round basins which belong to Joan my present wife. To Joan my wife, all the instruments belonging to the art of surgery and bloodletting. To Agnes my servant, two pairs of sheets … I bequeath my tenement in

in Towns in medieval England
Trevor Dean

made strong again through kindly and copious provision of food and board. All the poor in need of surgery are diligently treated by three surgeons specially seconded for this and in receipt of salaries from the commune. No one in misery is turned away or refused … There are also in the city and contado houses of the second order of Humiliati , of both sexes, reaching the number of 220, in which a

in The towns of Italy in the later Middle Ages