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These are the Count of Never's things that he had
the day he went from life to death.

These things are in the hand of Robet; let it be known, first, 8 good enamels
and 2 sapphire, and 1 cameo and 12 small rings from Pui 2 small golden crosses,
one old gold belt with pearls, and 1 golden chapel set with stones and pearls.
On top of this, a golden belt, 2 silver basins to hold water, 1 silver goblet set with stones and enamels,
which was believed to be of gold, One silver cup, gilded and with a covering, 2 silver pots, two small silver goblets to serve sweets?, 1 gold-work plate with pearls, and two without pearls, and 4 silver

In the hand of Odet de Menat 1 golden pitcher and and golden cup with a covering, 2 containers of silver,
1 silver pot, 1 silver pitcher, 17 silver goblets without feet.

Likewise, in the hand of Afetie, 40 silver saucers and 12 silver spoons.
Likewise, one gilded silver box that Garaz delivered, which
was in the armory.

Likewise, from the hands of Robet, the cloth that was purchased in Troyes, that Simon Ysanbars bought, of which there are 10 pieces;
10 pieces of linen cloth, from the linen cloth of the duchesses of Burgundy, 37 ells of linen cloth, and one remaining piece
and 25 ells and 2 other remaining pieces 7 pairs of plain bed linens, and 8 pairs of dressing linens,
unadorned; 34 large embroidered tablecloths for dining, new-- and 8
dozen small handtowels.

In addition, 36 large new tablecloths that Afetiez delivered, and six linen handtowels, new, and 24 old cloths;
Likewise 29 headcoverings [or veils]; 10 pairs of small gloves, and 3 pairs of deerskin gloves,
5 duelling daggers, 6 pair of leg protectors, new, one set of leggings, new; and 4 pair of leather shoes.

Likewise, 10 vairs, one camel-hair tiretaine and two striped clothes from Provins, very large, and two remaining from another striped one,
15 ells of black serge, 14 panels of grosvair, and one of miniver,
14 Tartar cloths, 2 camel-hair, 3 unadorned Boukhara fabrics,
and one handworked; 2 plain quilted hanging cloths,
2 coverlets to put on a bed, one square and one round, and 1 sheet that goes on the coverlet,
4 pair of unadorned spurs, 4 silk cushions, 2 whistles, 1 shaving basin, 2 beaver's testicles,
one serpent's tongue; a vial for balm: this was artfully worked.

Likewise, an embroidered coverlet of yellow sendal, and one black overcoat.

Likewise, this is from the armory: 2 pairs of new cuirasses, 8 unadorned reins, and one jaw brake,
8 pair of unadorned spurs, 11 new straps, 4 coats of armor, and 3 banners,
2 knives and 4 iron blades, 2 new axes, 2 horsebridle headpieces, and 1 girthstrap,
and one pair of thigh and leg protectors of iron; 1 helmet with
an iron neck protector, 1 gambeson,
a pair of white coverings [horse blankets], 1 small sleeveless gambeson, 2 white coverings of leather, a pair of chests ,
one large iron neck protector, and a leather trunk, and 2 pairs of
chests, 1 domed and the other flat.

And for the Chamber, 4 pairs of chests, and 2 encased candleholders; 4 trunks, 4 domed chests and 4 flat. And from the Pantry, 2 trunks, 1 domed and 1 flat,

Likewise one tent that the castellain of Chastel-Pelerin gave the count.

Likewise from the Cellar, 17 wooden barrels and 2 leather flasks, and 2 casks.

Likewise, from the Kitchen: 3 large copper pots and one small, 3 large cauldrons, and 3 small,
2 pans and 1 grill, 3 iron pans and 3 mortars, one small perforated pan and 2 small forks.

From the Stables: the large gray horse, and the horse that belonged to Jacque Vidaut;
and the large black palfrey; three pack animals and one ass who caught a fever.

The supply for the lodgings: from the cellar, 36 barrels of wine; from the larder, 50 sides of salted meat, and 195 chickens, and 1 sheep; and the graneries, 170 measures of wheat and 200 of barley.

The things for the Chapel; first, the chalice, a small cross where there is part of the True Cross,
the reliquary that the patriarchs gave the count, the missal and the breviary, an old chausible,
and alb, and rochet, and 2 suplices, and 1 amice; 1 altar cloth for the front [the frontal] and back [of the altar],
a stole and manipule, 5 linen cloths for the altar, one of which is held to the frontal altar cloth, 1 ivory box;
2 linen hand cloths, 2 small silver chains, the corporal and the monstrance, and the two decorated pyxes.
Likewise, a new chausible of golden cloth, and tunic, and dalmatic, and 2 new liturgical cloaks
all made of gold, and the altar cloths, front and back, 3 albs, 3 amice, 3 rochets, 2 suplices
all new, 2 stoles and 3 new manipules.

Likewise the old wardrobe first, a tunic and overcoat of camelin tiretiene trimmed with grosvair.
Likewise, a tunic and bright iridescent red corset trimmed with miniver.
Likewise, a tunic and overcoat, and brown tiretaine corset,
trimmed with miniver.
1 black serge mantel, with beaver, trimmed with miniver ⋅ A tunic and two overcoats and a red mantel with beaver,
trimmed with miniver ⋅ A corset of indigo fabric, trimmed with miniver ⋅ A large cape [houppelande/garde-corps],
trimmed with grey [squirrel] ⋅ An aquamarine overcoat trimmed with lynx ⋅ A tiretaine corset trimmed with grey [squirrel]
A small camelin corset trimmed with grosvair ⋅ Two tiretaine overcoats and 1 of them green, belted.
1 aquamarine corset, belted ⋅ One aquamarine ganache [large cape], belted ⋅ A tunic and overcoat, and a tiretaine
aquamarine corset, lined with green cendal ⋅ 1 camelin corset, lined with green cendal ⋅ A tunic and an overcoat and a mantel
of black camelin lined with vermeilin/red cendal ⋅ A tunic and an overcoat of indigo camelin, lined with black cendal.
one4 formal doublets ⋅ 4 capes lined with cendal and 5 vair linings.

All of the old clothing mentioned above were given to the poor at the hospital of Acre and to the poorer religious houses.

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