Charters of Sherborne
Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 1988 - Business & Economics - 104 pages
Presenting seventeen documents detailing the bishopric and monastery at Sherborne, and five charters from the abbey of Horton, ranging from AD 671 to AD 1061, this volume of the Corpus of Anglo Saxon Charters examines medieval title deeds--all documents relating to grants of land and liberties, whoever their grantee, whatever their diplomatic form, whether written in Latin or the vernacular.
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The Estates assigned to the Monastery
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