Charters of Abingdon Abbey, Part 2
Susan E. Kelly, British Academy
British Academy, 2001 - Business & Economics - 478 pages
An edition of charters 51 to 151 from Abingdon Abbey, most of which are diplomas of Anglo-Saxon kings granting estates to lay beneficiaries and so provide an invaluable record of Anglo-Saxon royal government during the 10th and 11th centuries. The charters are in Old English and Latin and are accompanied by detailed commentaries. Appendices include indices of personal and place names and a Latin glossary. The pagination continues from Part 1 which is also available.
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