The Angevin pound was "the ordinary standard of the currency in the continental possessions (12th-century ) of the early Plantagenets" Roger of Hoveden wrote that its value was set at about one-fourth of an English pound by an ordinance of Richard the First.
- Robertson, Eben William. (1872). Historical essays in connexion with the land, the Church etc. P. 44.
- Lyttelton, Baron George. (1769). The history of the life of King Henry the Second: and of the age in which he lived. Volume 1, p. 404.
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