atlas of attestations in Anglo-Saxon charters, c.670-1066. by Simon Keynes

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Subjects:

  • Anglo-Saxons -- Atlases.,
  • Great Britain -- Charters, grants, privileges.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- To 1066 -- Sources.

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StatementSimon Keynes.
GenreAtlases., Charters, grants, privileges., Sources.
SeriesASNC guides, texts, and studies -- 5
ContributionsUniversity of Cambridge. Dept. of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL20026755M
ISBN 100953269760

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For charter attestations of laymen during Æthelbald’s reign, see S. Keynes, An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –, ASNC Guides, Texts and Studies 5 (Cambridge, ), Table Size: 2MB. This Atlas comprises a series of tables showing attestations of the various categories of witnesses (e.g.

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[Simon Keynes]. An atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c.edited by Simon Keynes provides a comprehensive tabulation of the witness lists of every extent Anglo-Saxon charter.

Some of this work has been presented previously, in the invaluable tables at the end of his book on the diplomas of Ethelred ‘The Unready’ and in his more recent article on Cnut’s earls. An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c.

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An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –, privately ptd, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, University of Cambridge (Cambridge, ) Keynes, Author: Mechthild Gretsch.

Anglo-Saxon charter websites Charters dating (or purporting to date) from before the Norman Conquest can engender some rather strange reactions among those whose research touches upon them, whether in passing or as a more central plank of their enquiries.

Keynes, Simon (), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –, ASNC Guides, Texts, and Studies, 5, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN ; Miller, Sean, New Regesta Regum Anglorum, her: Eadwulf II of Northumbria.

This book was reprinted in without the accompanying set of tables, for which see S. Keynes, An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c.ASNC Guides, Texts, and Stud.

5 (Cambridge, ). For a modified version of the framework, see S. Keynes. 61 For attestations of Kentish clergy in ninth-century charters, see Keynes, S., An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c. –, Dept. of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Univ. of Cambridge (), Table by: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic: Publications Order Form Five Ancient Books of Wales.

23pp. ISBN £ 7. Isabel Henderson An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo -Saxon Charters, c. I. 20pp + Tables I-LXXVIII. ISBN 0 6 0; Currently. This is probably the best book about Anglo-Saxon charters I have read this week.

The charter "Lease of land by Oswald Archbishop of York and Bishop of Worcester to Eadric" made me burst into tears. One little point of criticism: I think A.J.

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‘Art and the Man: Archbishop Wulfstan and the York Gospel Book’, in Wulfstan, ed. Townend, –, at –4 and 40 M. Lapidge An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c.

– Cited by: Anglo-Saxon Charters: An Annotated List and Bibliography by P. Sawyer (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.

Cited by: Free resource. Website maintained under the auspices of the British Academy - Royal Historical Society Joint Committee on Anglo-Saxon Charters (see Project), and is hosted by the Department for Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic in the University of Cambridge.

Includes An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c. Author: Elizabeth Wells. Anglo-Saxon Charters: An Annotated List and Bibliography (Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks) [P. H Sawyer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Entering Anglo-Saxon charters. William Searle’s Onomasticon of aimed to provide a ‘fairly complete list of Anglo-Saxon names and of the men and women who bore those names’.

As such it is an extraordinary achievement, which extends to ab items harvested from sources written between the times of Bede and of King John. Keynes, Simon (), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN Rođen/a: nepoznato.

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What follows is a list of abbreviations for books used and referred to in PASE: it is not a comprehensive list of reference materials.

Penguin Books, Keynes, Atlas Keynes, S. An Atlas of attestations in Anglo-saxon charters, c, edition Cambridge, Department of Anglo-Saxon. Keynes, Simon (), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –, ASNC Guides, Texts, and Studies, 5, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN Keynes, Simon (), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c.

–, ASNC Guides, Texts, and Studies, 5, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN Cause of death: Ealdred II of Bamburgh, Earl. 22 The likely year of Ealdred's death can be inferred from the Annals of Clonmacnoise, which survive only in a seventeenth-century English death of ‘Adulf m c Etulfe king of North Saxons’ is recorded underalong with Æthelstan's Scottish campaign, which sources with more reliable absolute chronology place in D.

Murphy, ed.,Cited by: 8. Archbishops and bishops and Episcopal professions in Anglo-Saxon England; An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters c.

- (in preparation) Essex Knights and the Parliaments of Edward I (John Illsley, ) Subsidies and other taxes: Barkby, Leicestershire, 13thth centuries (David Postles, Leicester University). Home ASChart is a pilot project funded for six months by the British Academy between March and August The on-line publication is based around XML mark-up of charters written in Anglo-Saxon England before A.D.

though it is hoped that eventually the scope of the project can be extended to the full corpus. 6 Keynes, S.D. (; revised and ), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies. 7 Adkins, R.A. and Petchey, M.R. (), 'Secklow hundred mound and other meeting place mounds in England', Archaeological Journal–Cited by: Keynes, Simon (), An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c.

–, ASNC Guides, Texts, and Studies, 5, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN Predecessor: Oslac (?). Ælfhelm (died ) was the ealdorman of Northumbria, in practice southern Northumbria (the area around York), from about until his death.

An ealdorman (or earl) was a senior nobleman who governed a province—a shire or group of shires—on behalf of the king. Ælfhelm's powerful and wealthy family came from Mercia, a territory and former kingdom incorporating most of.

This book constitutes a major reappraisal of the late Anglo-Saxon state on the eve of its demise. Its principal focus is the family of Ealdorman Leofwine, which obtained power in Mercia and retained it throughout an extraordinary period of political upheaval between and Keynes, Simon Keynes, Simon, Keynes, Simon (Simon D.), Simon Keynes Professor of Anglo-Saxon VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: Æthelwold and the monastic reform, and doing so in emphatic fashion.

The charter’s 5 Keynes, Diplomas, pp. – For Ælfthryth’s attestations, see S. Keynes, An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c.

–, rev. (Cambridge, ), table LIX. 6 S (Abing ). Gillingham in Kent is also a possibility, though less. Keynes, Simon (), [Expression error: Missing operand for > An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo-Saxon Charters, c. –], ASNC Guides, Texts, and Studies, 5, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge, ISBNISSN Northman (Old English: Norþman; fl.

) was a late 10th-century English ealdorman (or earl), with a territorial base in Northumbria north of the River appears in two different strands of source. These are, namely, the textual tradition of Durham witnessed by Historia de Sancto Cuthberto and the Durham Liber Vitae, and an appearance in a witness list of a charter of .In so far as the argument below depends on the analysis of witness‐lists, the evidence is presented, in tabular form, in S.

Keynes, An Atlas of Attestations in Anglo‐Saxon Charters c. – (Department of Anglo‐Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge, ). 3 See, esp., M.

Blackburn, in P. Grierson and M. Blackburn, M.

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