Charters of Peterborough Abbey

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Oxford University Press for The British Academy , Oxford, New York
Peterborough Abbey -- Charters, Peterborough Abbey -- History -- Sources, Anglo-Saxons -- England -- Peterborough -- Sources, Church lands -- England -- Peterborough, England -- Church history -- 449-1066, Peterborough (England) -- Church hi
Statementedited by S.E. Kelly.
GenreSources
SeriesAnglo-Saxon charters -- 14
ContributionsKelly, S. E., British Academy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690.P47 C48 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 404 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23680791M
ISBN 100197264387
ISBN 139780197264386
LC Control Number2009396762

Charters of Peterborough Abbey (Anglo-Saxon Charters) 1st Edition by S.E. Kelly (Editor) ISBN Charters of Peterborough Abbey - S.E. Kelly - Oxford University Press This is the first critical edition of the Anglo-Saxon archive of the Benedictine monastery at Peterborough, established by Bishop Æthelwold around AD on the site of an earlier house known as Medeshamstede.

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It contains the edition of 31 documents of Peterborough Abbey, preceded by a detailed introduction on the history of the abbey, its archive, its landed endowment and its abbots. All of the charters edited in the volume are contained in the earliest Peterborough cartulary of c (the Liber Niger), which provides the base Charters of Peterborough Abbey book in almost every case.

Not a single contemporary original survives, though three forged. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn : D.A. Woodman. Click on the book chapter title to read : D.A. Woodman. Diplomatics Complete Names Complete Cartulary Number: Title: Charters of Peterborough Abbey Bibliographic Title: Charters of Peterborough Abbey.

Kelly. Anglo-Saxon Charters British Academy, Oxford University Press. This is the first critical edition of the Anglo-Saxon archive of the Benedictine monastery at Peterborough, established by Bishop Æthelwold around AD on the site of an earlier house known as Medeshamstede. The archive comprises 31 documents ranging in date from the 7th to Charters of Peterborough Abbey book 11th : Hardcover.

black book of peterborough Description: Composite miscellaneous register of the Benedictine Abbey at Peterborough including a survey, of manors owned by the abbey, copies of early charters, and other material relating to abbey lands, historical extracts, etc.; 12thth century.

This is the first critical edition of the Anglo-Saxon archive of the Benedictine monastery at Peterborough, established by Bishop AEthelwold around AD on the site of an earlier house. () Charters of Peterborough Abbey () Charters of Plympton () Charters of Ramsey () Charters of Rochester Part 1 () The Coucher Book of Furness Abbey Part 2 () The Coucher Book of Furness Abbey Part 3 () The Coucher Book of Selby Volume 1 () The Coucher Book of Selby Volume 2.

^ The most recent survey of the Anglo-Saxon history of Peterborough Abbey is in Kelly, S.E. (ed.), Charters of Peterborough Abbey, Anglo-Saxon Chart OUP, ^ The manuscript is the Peterborough "Liber Niger", or "Black Book", Society of Antiquaries of London, ms. 60 (f.

66). Peterborough Abbey book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The operation of the land market is a topic of crucial import /5. This edition of Peterborough charters is the fourteenth in the British Academy series ‘Anglo‐Saxon Charters’ and the ninth by Dr Kelly herself.

After a very detailed introduction of pages, Kelly presents edited texts and associated commentaries for thirty‐one charters (she also edits four further documents as appendices). Black Book of Peterborough or Liber Niger Date: s.

xii 2/4 Summary: Fols contains the cartulary of Peterborough Abbey, which includes a list of books, lands, vestments etc. given to Peterborough Abbey by Bishop Æthelwold (fols 39vv), a list of sureties for lands (fol. 46) (Robertsonnos. XXXIX, XL) and a further five Old English documents (at fols 46vv).

Charters of Peterborough Abbey Editor: S E Kelly ISBN: hbk (, manufactured on demand from ) pages. Charters of Glastonbury Abbey Editor: S E Kelly ISBN: hbk () pages.

Charters of Northern Houses Editor: D A Woodman ISBN: hbk () pages. One thirteenth-century collection of charters that related to the ancient Peterborough Abbey, compiled by Robert of Swaffham, the Cellarer of the Abbey, had been hidden in the ceiling high above the choir by Humphrey Austin, described as one of the 'singing men' of the cathedral.

Taken from The Peterborough Book of Days by Brian Jones, The. Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel; Volume 2 Paperback – Aug by Crosraguel Abbey (Creator) See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Format: Paperback.

This is a cartulary of Peterborough abbey. The copy of the Charter differs from that copied into the other Peterborough cartulary, known as the Book of Robert of Swaffham. (See ‘3: The Huntington family’, V, above.) The copy of the Charter is included in a section with various statutes (in no chronological order) from the thirteenth century.

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Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel, Volume 1 Ayrshire and Galloway arch. assoc. publ Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel, Crosraguel Abbey PublicationsAyrshire and Galloway Archaeological Association Publications, Ayrshire and Galloway Archaeological Association [Ayrshire and Galloway Archæological Association.

Publications: Author. - The great abbey of Peterborough was closed and its lands and properties confiscated by the king. - To increase his control over the church in this area Henry VIII created a new bishop (the former abbot John Chambers) and Peterborough Abbey church became a Cathedral by letters patent.

The foundation charter of the Cathedral, formally. The Book of Robert de Swaffham: Peterborough Dean and Chapter MS 1 on deposit at Cambridge University Library by Professor David Carpenter This is the largest and most comprehensive cartulary of Peterborough abbey.

1 It was compiled around but has later additions. The British drama first aired in the U.S.

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as a part of “Masterpiece Classics” inbut what many fans don’t know is that the Emmy-winning show was inspired from a book published in associated with Peterborough: the town of that name is only five miles distant, and the abbey had important rights in relation to both the large lake called Whittlesey Mere and the villages and fens bordering it.

4 It follows that identification of any instance of the name with the book. Book Description. The British Archaeological Association Conference held at Peterborough in provided a welcome opportunity for a new analysis of the cathedral’s architecture, sculpture and artistic production, and a reassessment of the relationship between the former abbey, the city and its institutions, and the Soke over which it held sway.

Get this from a library. Peterborough Abbey. [Karsten Friis-Jensen; James M W Willoughby;] -- "This volume brings together every catalogue and book-list to survive from the library of Peterborough Abbey, one of the great monastic houses of medieval England.

The lists range in date from the. Peterborough and District Trades Council., 4 books Peterborough Development Corporation., 3 books Elwood H. Jones, 3 books Ed Arnold, 2 books Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery., 2 books Commission for Health Improvement, 2 books Carter Wiseman, 2 books Peterborough (Ont.).

Planning Dept., 2 books Peterborough (Ont.). To increase his control over the church in this area Henry VIII created a new bishop (the former abbot John Chambers) and Peterborough Abbey church became a Cathedral by letters patent. The foundation charter of the Cathedral, formally established on 4 Septemberconstituted a chapter of a dean (appointed by the crown) and six canons.

Name: Peterborough (St Peter), abbey of This landowner is associated with 73 places before the Conquest; 92 after the Conquest.

(Note that the same name is not necessarily the same person.). Charters Bar - Town Bridge, PE1 1FP Peterborough - Rated based on Reviews "Had a fantastic Sunday afternoon at charters, good beer, great food /5().

The Hedda Stone and Peterborough Abbey Behind the main altar in Peterborough Cathedral, in an alcove of the Lady Chapel, lies an ancient stone carving: the Hedda Stone. This medieval carving of 12 monks, six on each side, commemorates the destruction of the Monastery and the death of the Abbot and Monks when the area was sacked by the Vikings.This volume is the latest in a series of medieval Peterborough abbey manuscripts that have been edited for the Northamptonshire Record Society, of which the bes We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.