What is Kenilworth Edict?

Legal Definition
An edict or award between Henry III. and those who had been in arms against him; so called because made at Kenilworth Castle, in Warwickshire, anno 51 Hen. III., A. D. 1266. It contained a composition of those who had forfeited their estates in that rebellion, which composition was five years' rent of the estates forfeited. Wharton.
-- Black's Law Dictionary
Legal Definition
An award for the pacification of the kingdom made by the English king and parliament in 1266.
-- Ballentine's Law Dictionary