COURT OF THE LORD HIGH CONSTABLE AND EARL MARSHALCourt of the Lord High Constable and Earl Marshal. Hist. A court having jurisdiction over diverse military matters, such as treason, prisoners of war, and disputed coats of arms. ? The Lord High Constable and the Earl Marshal were the top military officials of the Norman kings. After the office of Lord High Constable was forfeited in 1521, the court continued on as the Court of the Earl Marshal, but its jurisdiction was reduced to questions of chivalry only. Cf. HIGH COURT OF CHIVALRY.
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