Catalogue


Charters of Sherborne /
edited by M. A. O'Donovan.
imprint
Oxford [England] : Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, 1988.
description
lxx, 104 p., 2 p. of plates : facsims., maps.
ISBN
0197260519
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Book
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imprint
Oxford [England] : Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, 1988.
isbn
0197260519
general note
Texts in Latin; introd. and commentaries in English.
catalogue key
961967
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. lxiii-lxviii) and indexes.
A Look Inside
Summaries
Long Description
This third volume of the Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Charters contains seventeen documents concerning the bishopric and monastery at Sherborne, and five charters from the abbey of Horton. Their dates range from AD 671 to AD 1061. They are here edited with full notes and a substantial introduction discussing the documents and their significance for the history of Sherborne. (OUP/British Academy 1988)
Long Description
This volume contains 17 documents concerning the bishopric and monastery at Sherborne, and 5 charters from the Abbey of Horton. Their dates range from A.D. 671 to A.D. 1061, and all (with one exception) have been preserved in the impressive Sherborne Cartulary, BL Add. MS 46487, dated c.1150.
Main Description
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.
Main Description
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 theCorpus of Anglo Saxon Chartersexamines 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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