Magna garderoba

Magna garderoba
Lit. 'the great wardrobe'. In fact, the phrase was used of the network of castles and depots in which the king stored his weapons strategically around the kingdom. The term was used by the royal clerks in their records. -

Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. .

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