Rome Scot, or Rome Fee

Rome Scot, Or Rome Fee, an annual tribute of a thousand marks paid by king John to the see of Rome. The money was remitted for the support of an English school or college in Rome, and was held by some of the popes to be a proof of the dependence of England on the Roman see. It was abolished Jan. 15, 1534. SEE PETER-PENCE.

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