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Chapters: Hemming's Cartulary, Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Burghal Hidage, Quadripartitus, Anglo-Saxon Charters, Geynco, Exeter Book, Doom Book, Tribal Hidage, Mac Durnan Gospels, Ismere Diploma, Instituta Cnuti, Anglo-saxon Codex Vercellensis, Anglian Collection, History of the Anglo-Saxons. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 83. Not illustrated. Free updates online....
Chapters: Hemming's Cartulary, Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Burghal Hidage, Quadripartitus, Anglo-Saxon Charters, Geynco, Exeter Book, Doom Book, Tribal Hidage, Mac Durnan Gospels, Ismere Diploma, Instituta Cnuti, Anglo-saxon Codex Vercellensis, Anglian Collection, History of the Anglo-Saxons. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 83. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Hemming's Cartulary is a manuscript cartulary, or collection or charters and other land records, collected by a monk in medieval England named Hemming around the time of the Norman Conquest of England. The manuscript is composed of two different cartularies that were made at different times and were later bound together. The first cartulary was composed at the end of the 10th or beginning of the 11th century. The second section was compiled by Hemming and was written around the end of the 11th and beginning of the 12th century. Traditionally the first section is titled the Liber Wigorniensis, and is collection of charters and other land records, most of which are organized geographically. The second section, Hemming's Cartulary proper, combines charters and other land records with a narrative of the losses of property by the church of Worcester. The two works are bound together in one surviving manuscript which is the first surviving cartulary from medieval England. A major theme of the work is all the losses suffered by Worcester at the hands of royal officials and local landowners. Included amongst the despoilers are kings such as Cnut, William the Conqueror, as well as nobles such as Eadric Streona and Urse d'Abetot. Also included are accounts of lawsuits waged by the Worcester monks attempting to regain their lost lands. The two sections of the cartulary were first printed in 1723. The original manuscript was slightly dam...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=22243256
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