Dunstan 1 (Male) Archbishop of Canterbury, 959-988
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Notes: Abbot of Glastonbury and successively bishop of Worcester (?957-959), London (957x959-959) and archbishop of Canterbury (959-988)

Factoid List

Recorded Name (120)
(1)
 S894   
... D. (4)
 Anon.EpS11   
 Anon.EpS13  p. 374
 L.EpS14   
 Wido.EpS17   
... DUNSTANO (1)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12R.1
... Dunstan (1)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 376
... Dunstane (2)
 Anon.EpS11   
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 1
... Dunstano (2)
 Arnulf.EpS4  p. 359
 Anon.EpS10   
... Dunstanum (1)
 Odbert.EpS22   
...Dunstano (1)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
DUNSTANUS (1)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 cap.
Dunstan (39)
 ASC (A)  924 A
 ASC  942 [A], 941 F(OE and Lat.)
 ASC  955 A
 ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.)
 ASC  961 A
 ASC (DEF)  957 DF(OE)
 ASC (DEF)  978 DEF(OE)
 ASC (BC)  9<77> B, 977 C
 S466   
 S499   
 S509   
 S520   
 S524   
 S544   
 S546   
 S550   
 S552a   
 S553   
 S555   
 S556   
 S557   
 S559   
 S568   
 S597   
 S605   
 S663   
 S633   
 ASC (C-F)  988 CDE
 S706   
 S829   
 S828   
 ASC (F)  957 F(OE)
 S834   
 S1386   
 S2016   
 S1447   
 S1450   
 S1515   
 S1130   
Dunstanus (67)
 B.VitDunstani  1
 B.VitDunstani  3
 B.VitDunstani  4
 B.VitDunstani  6
 B.VitDunstani  8
 B.VitDunstani  9
 B.VitDunstani  10
 B.VitDunstani  11
 B.VitDunstani  13
 B.VitDunstani  14
 B.VitDunstani  15
 B.VitDunstani  16
 B.VitDunstani  17
 B.VitDunstani  18
 B.VitDunstani  19
 B.VitDunstani  20
 B.VitDunstani  21
 B.VitDunstani  22
 B.VitDunstani  24
 B.VitDunstani  25
 B.VitDunstani  26
 B.VitDunstani  31
 B.VitDunstani  33
 B.VitDunstani  36
 B.VitDunstani  38 explicit
 ASC (DEF)  957 F(Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  978 F(Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  980 F(OE and Lat.)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.5
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.9
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.14
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.4
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  5
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  6
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  7
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  18
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  20
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  20
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  27
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  30
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  40
 John XII.Ep.Z149   
 John XII.Ep.Z212   
 John XIII.Ep.Z174   
 John XIII.Ep.Z211   
 ASC (A)  988 A
 S1210   
 S571   
 S582   
 ASC (C-F)  988 F(OE and Lat.)
 S673   
 S830   
 S831   
 S832   
 ASC (F)  957 F(Lat.)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxiii
 S832a   
Personal Information (128)
intellectual (2)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (of great experience)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 (he was outstanding in learning and action)
language competence (1)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (Latin and English)
moral (16)
 B.VitDunstani  4 (The taller he grew, the richer he became in sharpeness of intellect; the riper he became, the more ardent was he in his love of God; the more he grew accustomed to praising God, the more pressing and assiduous was he in his devotions.)
 B.VitDunstani  13 (blameless and learned)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 376 (pleasing in deed)
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9 (He was like an immovable pillar, pre-eminent in doctrine, alms-giving and prophecy)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (ripe in character as in age)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (his incomparable merits)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (faithful informant)
 Anon.EpS10    (sweetest)
 Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (most worthy)
 L.EpS14    (most generous)
 Wido.EpS17    (most beloved)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 4 (bountiful shepherd, the hope of mankind, refuge of the guilty)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 5 (full of mercy)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 33 (Dunstan 1 is full of the genus and species of kindness)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 1 (excellent man)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 6 (blameless doctor)
other (12)
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  6 (glorious man)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9 (distinguished man)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38 (glorious and angelic)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (irrefragable authority)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (the snows of his head compel belief)
 Anon.EpS11    (Most distinguished)
 Anon.EpS11    (a guide to the English in a time of trouble)
 Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (sir)
 L.EpS14    (dearest)
 Odbert.EpS22    (lord)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 28 (wholly resplendent)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 31 (father blessed in old age)
physical (5)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 376 (pleasing in countenance ... angelic with snowy-white hair)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 19 (angelic face)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 25 (an elderly man)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 29 (you are nimble in your gentle body)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 (beautiful as an angel)
piety (34)
 B.VitDunstani  1 (theologue)
 B.VitDunstani  6 (servant of God)
 B.VitDunstani  8 (servant of the Lord)
 B.VitDunstani  13 (servant of God)
 B.VitDunstani  14 (servant of God)
 B.VitDunstani  15 (servant of God)
 B.VitDunstani  15 (God's preacher)
 B.VitDunstani  16 (God's champion)
 B.VitDunstani  16 (God's hero)
 B.VitDunstani  16 (servant of God)
 B.VitDunstani  16 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  18 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  18 (reverend father)
 B.VitDunstani  19 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  20 (man fo God)
 B.VitDunstani  22 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  23 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  27 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  32 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  33 (man of God)
 B.VitDunstani  34 (reverend man)
 B.VitDunstani  38 (reverend father)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4 (reverend)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4 (distinguished father)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.5 (reverend servant of Christ)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.7 (venerable)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.4 (St Peter's representative)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6 (excellent father and glory of his land)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 (strong in alms and prophecy.)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38 (man of God)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (venerable father)
 Anon.EpS10    (most glorious and holy)
 Anon.EpS13  p. 374 (most reverent)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 1 (great bishop)
provenance (1)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 15 (an easterner)
psychological (1)
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 30 (a man burning with spirit)
reputation (5)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.8 (excellent)
 John XIII.Ep.Z174    (venerable)
 Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (venerable)
 Wido.EpS17    (most serene)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 21 (a man dear to your country and its citizens)
saintly status (49)
 ASC (A)  924 A (saint)
 B.VitDunstani  1 (holy)
 B.VitDunstani  3 (blessed boy)
 B.VitDunstani  6 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  8 (blesses)
 B.VitDunstani  9 (blessed man)
 B.VitDunstani  10 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  11 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  14 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  16 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  17 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  18 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  19 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  25 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  27 (blessed)
 B.VitDunstani  31 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  33 (blessed father)
 B.VitDunstani  34 (holy)
 B.VitDunstani  35 (blessed man)
 B.VitDunstani  38 (blessed man)
 B.VitDunstani  38 explicit (saint)
 B.VitDunstani  38 explicit (confessor)
 ASC  942 [A], 941 F(OE and Lat.) (Saint)
 ASC  955 A (Saint)
 ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (Saint)
 ASC  961 A (Saint)
 ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) (Saint)
 ASC (DEF)  978 DEF(OE) (the holy)
 ASC (DEF)  978 F(Lat.) (blessed)
 ASC (DEF)  980 F(OE) (Saint)
 ASC (DEF)  980 F(Lat.) (blessed)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6 (saint)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6 (blessed)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7 (blessed)
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9 (Frequent miracles were performed at his tomb)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38 cap. (saint)
 ASC (A)  988 A (holy)
 S524    ()
 Anon.EpS13  p. 376 (holy father)
 ASC (C-F)  988 EF(OE) (holy)
 ASC (C-F)  988 F(Lat.) (blessed)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12r.1 (of venerable memory)
 S894    ()
 S894    (of blessed memory)
 S1011    ()
 S1130    ()
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.19 (saint)
 NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (blessed)
 RestingPlaces  II.29 (saint)
stated health (2)
 B.VitDunstani  4 (He suffered from a constricting fever, so much so that he fell prey to the bitter affliction of delirium.)
 B.VitDunstani  38 (violent illness)
Education (3)
 While studying the holy scripture he came to excel all his peers.: B.VitDunstani  4
 He studied the books of Irish pilgrims and conducted a constant inquiry into the works of other skilled writers.: B.VitDunstani  5
 Among his biblical studies, he took much trouble to cultivate writing, lyre-playing, and painting too.: B.VitDunstani  12
Authorship (1)
Office (313)
Abbot (38)
 B.VitDunstani  3
 B.VitDunstani  14
 B.VitDunstani  15
 B.VitDunstani  18
 B.VitDunstani  21
 B.VitDunstani  22
 B.VitDunstani  24
 B.VitDunstani  31
 ASC  942 A, 941 F(OE and Lat.) (Abbot of Glastonbury)
 ASC (DEF)  957 DF(OE and Lat.)
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  6
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38
 S466   
 S499    (abbot of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1)
 S509   
 S520   
 S524    (abbot of Glastonbury)
 S544   
 S546   
 S550   
 S552a   
 S553   
 S555   
 S559   
 S568   
 S571    (abbot of Glastonbury)
 S582   
 S597   
 S605   
 S663   
 S633   
 ASC (F)  957 F(OE and Lat.)
 S1515   
 Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.1
 NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85
Archbishop (229)
 B.VitDunstani  26
 B.VitDunstani  28
 B.VitDunstani  38 explicit
 ASC  961 A
 ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) (Archbishop of Canterbury)
 ASC (DEF)  978 DEF(OE)
 ASC (BC)  9<77> B, 977 C
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.9
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.14
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.3
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.8
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  20
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  30
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38 (Archbishop of the English)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  40
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
 John XII.Ep.Z149   
 John XIII.Ep.Z211   
 ASC (A)  988 A
 Arnulf.EpS4  p. 359
 Anon.EpS10   
 Anon.EpS11    (Archbishop of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpS13  p. 374
 L.EpS14   
 ASC (C-F)  988 CDEF(OE and Lat.)
 S668    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S669   
 S670   
 S672   
 S673    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S680   
 S682   
 S683   
 S685   
 S687   
 S688    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S689    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S690    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S691    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S692   
 S693    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S694   
 S695   
 S696   
 S697   
 S698   
 S699   
 S700   
 S701   
 S702   
 S703   
 S704   
 S705   
 S706   
 S707   
 S708   
 S709   
 S710   
 S711   
 S712   
 S712a   
 S713   
 S714   
 S715   
 S716   
 S717   
 S718   
 S719   
 S720   
 S721   
 S722   
 S723   
 S724    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S725    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S726   
 S728   
 S729   
 S730   
 S731   
 S732   
 S733   
 S734   
 S735   
 S736    (archbishop of the metropolitan church)
 S737    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S738    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S739    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S740   
 S742   
 S743   
 S744   
 S745   
 S746    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S747   
 S748    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S749    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S750   
 S751    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S754    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S755   
 S756    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S757    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S758    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S759    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S760   
 S761   
 S762   
 S763   
 S764   
 S766   
 S767   
 S768   
 S769    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S770   
 S771   
 S772    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S773   
 S775    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S776   
 S777    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S778   
 S779   
 S780    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S781    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S782    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S783    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S784   
 S785   
 S786    (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S787    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S788    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S789    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S790   
 S791   
 S792    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S793   
 S794    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S794a   
 S795    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S796   
 S797    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S798    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S800    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S801   
 S803   
 S804    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S806   
 S807    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S808    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S809   
 S813    (archbishop of Canterbury)
 S820    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1213   
 S1214    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1215    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1295   
 S671    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S829   
 S830   
 S831   
 S832   
 S828   
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxiii (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12r.1
 S832a   
 S834    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S835    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S836   
 S837   
 S838    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S839   
 S840    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S841    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S842    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S843   
 S844    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S845   
 S846    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S847   
 S848    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S850   
 S851   
 S852   
 S853    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S855    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S856    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S857    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S858    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S859    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S860    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S861    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S862   
 S863    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S864    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S865    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S866    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S867   
 S868    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S869    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S894   
 S935   
 S1512   
 S1457   
 S1457   
 S938    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1328   
 S1368   
 S1386   
 S1217   
 S2016    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1447   
 S1450   
 Anon.EpisList3    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList4    (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
 Anon.EpisList5    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S833   
 Anon.LiberEliensis  II.6
 S1011    (archbishop of the people of Kent)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  I.18.1
 Hemming.Codicellus  293
 RestingPlaces  II.29
Bishop (42)
 B.VitDunstani  25
 B.VitDunstani  25
 B.VitDunstani  25
 B.VitDunstani  27
 B.VitDunstani  27
 B.VitDunstani  30
 B.VitDunstani  34
 B.VitDunstani  34
 B.VitDunstani  35
 B.VitDunstani  36
 B.VitDunstani  36
 ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (Bishop in Worcester)
 ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (Bishop in London)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 376
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.5
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.8
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 John XII.Ep.Z212   
 S674   
 S675   
 S676   
 S676a   
 S677   
 S678   
 S679   
 S681    (bishop of the church of London)
 S684   
 S799    (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1293    (bishop of London)
 S849    (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
 S1450   
 Anon.EpisList4    (bishop of the Hwicce)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 1
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 20
 Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 1
 S1011    (bishop of the people of London)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.1
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.136
Cleric (1)
 B.VitDunstani  5
Pastor (1)
 Wido.EpS17   
Priest (2)
 Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  5
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
Occupation (2)
Monk (1)
 B.VitDunstani  7
Preacher (1)
 Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
Status (1)
Noble (1)
 Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 14
Personal Relationship (48)
~ Beloved (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (2)
 Eadred 16: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  19
 Eadred 16: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  20
~ Brother (Consanguineal kinship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Wulfric 36: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  18
Dunstan 1 Brother (Honorific kinship) of ~ (7)
 of Anonymi 1469: B.VitDunstani  13
 of John 24: John XII.Ep.Z149   
 of John 24: John XII.Ep.Z149   
 of John 24: John XII.Ep.Z149   
 of John 24: John XII.Ep.Z212   
 of John 27: John XIII.Ep.Z174   
 of Anonymous 876: Anon.EpS10   
~ Co-apostle (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Oswald 8: of Dunstan 1: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.4
~ Companion (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Anonymi 1465: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  6
~ Disciple (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (4)
 Anonymi 1473: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  15
 Anonymi 1474: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  22
 Anonymous 674: of Dunstan 1: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Æthelwold 1: of Dunstan 1: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
~ Father (Consanguineal kinship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Heorstan 2: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  3
Dunstan 1 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (5)
 of Missing Person: B.VitDunstani  1
 of Anonymous 878: Anon.EpS13  p. 375
 of Anonymous 880: L.EpS14   
 of Abbo 1: Abbo.Acrostic1  l. 23
 of Abbo 1: Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 31
Dunstan 1 Friend (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Edgar 11: S728   
~ Friend (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (6)
 Anonymous 505: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  6
 Wulfred 23: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  9
 Æthelflæd 10: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  11
 Anonymi 1475: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  23
 Arnulf 1: of Dunstan 1: Arnulf.EpS4  p. 359
 Fulrad 2: of Dunstan 1: Fulrad.EpS19   
Dunstan 1 Kinsman (Generic kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Æthelflæd 10: B.VitDunstani  10
~ Kinsman (Generic kinship) of Dunstan 1 (3)
 Anonymi 1465: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  6
 Ælfheah 19: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  7
 Cynesige 2: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  21
Dunstan 1 Lord (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Missing Person: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface
~ Lord (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (2)
 Edgar 11: of Dunstan 1: Arnulf.EpS4  p. 360
 Æthelred 32: of Dunstan 1: S1450   
~ Mother (Consanguineal kinship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Cynethryth 6: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  3
~ Mother (Honorific kinship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Æthelflæd 10: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  11
Dunstan 1 Nephew, brother’s son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Æthelhelm 15: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  I.18.1
~ Parent (Consanguineal kinship) of Dunstan 1 (4)
 Heorstan 2: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  4
 Heorstan 2: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  5
 Cynethryth 6: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  4
 Cynethryth 6: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  5
Dunstan 1 Patron (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Abbo 1: Abbo.Acrostic2  l. 10
~ Pupil (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (2)
 Anonymi 1464: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  1
 Anonymi 1467: of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  11
~ Son (Honorific kinship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Anonymous 878: of Dunstan 1: Anon.EpS13  p. 375
~ Successor (General relationship) of Dunstan 1 (1)
 Æthelgar 8: of Dunstan 1: ASC (C-F)  988 CDEF(OE and Lat.)
Event (412)
Accusation (1)
 Anonymi 1465.plotting against Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1465 accused Dunstan 1 of false charges before the king himself and won his expulsion from their company. Then Anonymi 1465 seized Dunstan 1 and threw him, bound hand and foot, into a muddy marsh. He somehow managed to get out of the mire of the river and went to a friend's (Anonymous 505) house a mile away. When the dogs recognised him, they fell silent.: B.VitDunstani  6
Adoption, secular (1)
 S597 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Ælric 2: King Eadwig 4 to Ælric 2, his adoptivus parens; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hanney, Berks.: S597    (956)
Adoption, spiritual (2)
 Anonymous 878.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 878 clearly knew Dunstan 1 personally and therefore does not take much time to greet him in this letter. Instead, Anonymous 878 recalls the many favours Dunstan 1 had done for him and says that Dunstan 1 had adopted him almost like a son.: Anon.EpS13  pp. 374-6 (959 x 988)
 Dunstan 1.patronage of Anonymous 878: Dunstan 1 adopted Anonymous 878 almost like a son.: Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (959 x 988)
Advice/counsel (5)
 Anonymous 876.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 876 wrote to Dunstan 1 sending him counsels and blessings.: Anon.EpS10    (959 x 988)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 Æthelwold 1-Dunstan 1.religious-house-foundations: With Edgar 11's consent monasteries were founded everywhere, partly by the counsel and action of Dunstan 1 and partly by that of Æthelwold 1, some with monks, some with nuns, living according to the rule under abbots and abbesses.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  18
Affection (2)
 Eadred 16.affection for Dunstan 1: Eadred 16 conceived a very ardent affection for Dunstan 1.: B.VitDunstani  19
 Æthelflæd 10.death: When Æthelflæd 10 began to be gravely ill, Dunstan 1 looked after her with exceptional attention. He had to be absent from vespers and went later on with his pupils (Anonymi 1467). While he was standing outside the church, he saw a beautiful white dove. The tips of its wings were like sparks of fire. He saw it fly down to Æthelflæd 10's yard. Dunstan 1 went back to her and found her talking aloud. He asked her who she was talking to and she replied that he knew because he had seen 'him on his way'. She had been revealed all the details about her passing. She asked Dunstan 1 to prepare everything for her funeral and she ended her life exactly as the mass ended.: B.VitDunstani  11
Agreement (2)
 Agreement between Old Minster and New Minster, Winchester: This agreement was established between Old Minster and New Minster, as I [Edwin 49] myself heard it (i.e. the agreement) when I was young. Our lord St Æthelwold 1 was lying sick, and the holy Dunstan 1 came to him from Canterbury to visit him. And our superior, Abbot Æthelgar 8, went there, and monks with him, namely Boia 4 the old, and Ælfric 150 the prior, and Ælfnoth 46 the painter, and Ælfwine 54 who is now abbot. And there came monks from Old Minster, namely Ealdwig 3, and Wulfstan 61 the precentor, and Godwine 69 the prior, and many others with him. Then Boia 4 the old monk arose, knelt before St Æthelwold 1, and prayed him that he would establish good regulations between the two minsters in the monks’ days, just as Bishop Frithestan 1 had established in the priests’ days: namely, that the two communities should be one in every divine service; and that was to say, if any priest died in either foundation, they should come all together and bury the body and perform all the services that belong to God; and on the day of the consecration of the church, in Old Minster, the priest from New Minster should come to Old Minster, and be present there at vespers and at nocturns and at mass and at refection; and the priests from Old Minster should come to New Minster on St Judoc’s day just in the same way. And if there were misconduct on the part of any priest in either monastery, he should not go anywhere but he should seek his neighbours and they would intercede for him. When St Æthelwold 1 heard this, lo, he decreed that it should so be now in his time and in that of the monks; and he pronounced the curse of God on all those who should ever undo this. And he gave as a token that the agreement should stand firm, two brown copes, one to Old Minster, and a second to New Minster. : S1428   
 Agreement concerning land in Somerset: Archbishop Dunstan 1 assigned Taunton to Bishop Æthelwold 1 in conformity with the bishop’s charters. And King Edgar 11 then relinquished it, and commanded every one of his thegns who had any land on the estate that they should hold it in conformity with the bishop’s wish, or else give it up. And the king then said that he had no land to grant out, when he durst not, for fear of God, retain the headship himself; and moreover he then put Ruishton under the bishop’s control. And then Wulfgyth 4 rode to me at Combe and sought me. And Emma 2 then, because she was her kinswoman, and Ælfswith 14 because he (i.e. Leofric 74) was her brother, obtained from Bishop Æthelwold 1 that they (i.e. Wulfgyth 4 and Leofric 74) might enjoy the land for their lifetime, and after their death the land should go to Taunton, with produce and men, just as it stood. And with great difficulty the two brought matters to this conclusion. : S1242   
Alms-giving (2)
 Dunstan 1.pallium-receipt: Dunstan 1 arrived in Rome to collect his pallium. He did the rounds of the shrines of the saints, gave alms to help the poor and made his way back home.: B.VitDunstani  28
 Dunstan 1.pastoral activities: Dunstan 1 brought pious support to widows, orphans, pilgrims and strangers in their various needs.: B.VitDunstani  37
Appointment - ecclesiastical (3)
 Dunstan 1.appointing Æthelwold 1 as dean: Æthelwold 1 was made dean of the monastery by Dunstan 1.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Æthelwold 1-Dunstan 1.religious-house-foundations: With Edgar 11's consent monasteries were founded everywhere, partly by the counsel and action of Dunstan 1 and partly by that of Æthelwold 1, some with monks, some with nuns, living according to the rule under abbots and abbesses.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  18
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of abbot (5)
 Dunstan 1-Æthelwold 1.consecrating Beorhtnoth 19: Archbishop Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, consecrated Beorhtnoth 19 abbot of the church of Ely. He was appointed by King Edgar 11.: Anon.LiberEliensis  II.6
 Dunstan 1.abbacy at Glastonbury: Dunstan 1 afterwards became abbot [of Glastonbury].: ASC  942 AF(OE and Lat.)
 Eadred 16.refounding of Abingdon: Following Eadgifu 4's request, Eadred 16 decided to give Æthelwold 1 a place called Abingdon, where there had been a small monastery which had been neglecrted and forlorn. With the consent of Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1 took charge of this place and was ordained abbot. Several clerics in minor orders joined him.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
 Æthelwold 1.elevation-abbacy: Æthelwold 1 took charge of Abingdon monastery with Dunstan 1's permission and according to Eadred 16's wish. Clerics from Glastonbury, Winchester and London followed him. In a short space of time he collected a flock of monks, over whom he was ordained abbot by the king's orders.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  7
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of archbishop (8)
 Dunstan 1.accession to archbishopric: Dunstan 1 acceded to the archbishopric [F(OE) substitutes: was chosen as archbishop].: ASC  961 AF(OE and Lat.) (959 - ?)
 Dunstan 1.made archbishop of Canterbury: Dunstan 1 was begged by King Edgar 11 to give the primacy the benefit of his holy energies. More than once he turned a deaf ear to the king's request, but at last, under pressure from the unanimous sentiments of the bishops, he gave in.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  I.18.1
 Edgar 11.deposition of Beorhthelm 17: Edgar 11 got to know that Beorhthelm 17 was failing in his duties as archbishop and told him to retrace his steps and take back the office of bishop of Dorset that he had given up. Dunstan 1 was promoted in his stead.: B.VitDunstani  26
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 Wulfstan 41.writ to Cnut 3 and Emma 2 S1386: Writ of Archbishop Wulfstan 41 informing King Cnut 3 and Queen Emma 2 (Emma) that Æthelnoth 43 has been consecrated to the see of Canterbury: S1386    (1020)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelgar 8.succession to Dunstan 1: Æthelgar 8 succeeded Dunstan 1 as archbishop.: Fulrad.EpS19    (988 x 990)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (11)
 Dunstan 1.elevation-episcopacy: Dunstan 1 was elected to the bishopric of Worcester: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Dunstan 1.episcopal consecration: Dunstan 1 was chosen to be bishop and consecrated at a council which took place at Bradford.: B.VitDunstani  25
 Dunstan 1.episcopal consecration of Æthelwold: On Edgar 11's orders, Dunstan 1 consecrated Æthelwold 1 bishop of Winchester.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16 (963)
 Dunstan 1.episcopal consecration of Æthelwold 1: Edgar 11 chose Æthelwold 1 for the see of Winchester and Dunstan 1 consecrated him.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Edgar 11.grant to Dunstan 1 of bishopric of London: [Edgar 11] afterwards gave [Dunstan 1] [F(Lat.) substitutes: augmented (the bishopric of Worcester) with] the bishopric of London .: ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (959)
 Edgar 11.grant to Dunstan 1 of bishopric of Worcester: [Edgar 11] gave him [sc. Dunstan 1] the bishopric of Worcester.: ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (959)
 Oda 1.prophecy regarding Dunstan 1: When [Oda 1] was consecrating the blessed Dunstan 1, bishop elect of Worcester, at Canterbury he conducted the whole ceremony as though it was not the bishop of the Hwicce but the archbishop of Canterbury he was blessing. The clerics voiced mild protests, but Oda 1 uttered a prophecy. He knew, he said, what he was about, for when he died Dunstan 1 would rule the metropolitan church.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.4
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 Oswald 8.episcopal consecration: Dunstan 1 asked Edgar 11 that the bishopric of Worcester be given to Oswald 8. The latter was elected and consecrated by the bishops.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.5
 Æthelwold 1.consecration as bishop by Dunstan 1: E: Dunstan 1 consecrated him [sc. Æthelwold 1] as bishop; F(Lat.): Æthelwold 1 was consecrated.: ASC (DEF)  963 EF(Lat.) (963)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (3)
 Dunstan 1-Oswald 8.consecration of Æthelred 32: Æthelred 32 was consecrated to the summit of the realm by Dunstan 1 and by Oswald 8.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.4
 Eadwig 4.royal consecration: Eadwig 4 was by common consent anointed and consecrated king by the assembled nobility of the English. After his anointing, his lust suddenly prompted him to rush out to Æthelgifu 7 and Anonymous 512.: B.VitDunstani  21
 Edgar 11.coronation: All the nobility of the realm was assembled to bless, anoint and consecrate Edgar 11. The king was led to the church, where all the people awaited him. After the consecration Dunstan 1 and Oswald 8 were raised up with Edgar 11 on his lofty throne.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.6-7 (973)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of priest (3)
 Ælfheah 19.consecration of Æthelwold 1: Æthelwold 1 was consecrated by Ælfheah 19 to the rank of priest.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  7-8 (934 x 939)
 Ælfheah 19.gift of prophecy: Ælfheah 19 ad a gift of prophecy; he could foretell death. Once he ordained three men - Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, and Æthelstan 30, his relative - to priesthood, saying that two of them would become bishops, and the third would come to a miserable end.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.29-33
 Ælfheah 44.consecration of Æthelwold 1-Dunstan 1-Æthelstan 38: Ælfheah 44 ordained at the same time Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1 and Æthelstan 38: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  5
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (6)
 Dunstan 1.fighting the devil: The devil set upon Dunstan 1 and wrestled with him in various ways. He called upon the Lord's assistance. Hearing this, the evil adversary of the human race took to flight: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6
 Dunstan 1.nightmare of bear: While in the middle of a psalm, a light slumber stole up on Dunstan 1. He imagined that a shaggy bear put his feet on his shoulders and sat there. He woke up and tried to strike the bear with his staff but he only struck the church wall. When Dunstan 1 recovered, he started singing the psalm exactly from the point at which he had been overtaken by sleep.: B.VitDunstani  17
 Dunstan 1.temptations: Dunstan 1 was tempted three times by the Devil while he was praying. The first time the Devil tempted him in the form of a bear, then in the form of a dog and finally he came as a fox. Dunstan 1 gave the sign of cross and the Devil vanished.: B.VitDunstani  16
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelwold 1.abstinence from meat: Æthelwold 1 would not eat any flesh or fowl, except once for a period of three months, forced to it by a grave illness and on the instructions of Dunstan 1.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  30
Assembly (4)
 Eadwig 4.royal consecration: Eadwig 4 was by common consent anointed and consecrated king by the assembled nobility of the English. After his anointing, his lust suddenly prompted him to rush out to Æthelgifu 7 and Anonymous 512.: B.VitDunstani  21
 Edgar 11.coronation: All the nobility of the realm was assembled to bless, anoint and consecrate Edgar 11. The king was led to the church, where all the people awaited him. After the consecration Dunstan 1 and Oswald 8 were raised up with Edgar 11 on his lofty throne.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.6-7 (973)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Æthelwold 1.consecration of Old Minster: Æthelwold 1 laid out, constructed, enriched, and then consecrated the Old Minster in the presence of Æthelred 32. Several bishops followed the king: Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, Ælfstan 39, Æthelgar 8, Ælfstan 38, Æscwig 3, Ælfheah 36, Æthelsige 13 and Æthulf 3. There were many other bishops as well, and nobles and ealdormen as well as the great majority of the English royal thegns (Anonymi 1599).: Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 376-80 (980)
Assistance (3)
 Dunstan 1.introduction of Anonymous 878 to Anonymous 879: Dunstan 1 mercifully helped Anonymous 878 and introduced him to Anonymous 879 (the king).: Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (959 x 988)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Wido 2.letter to Dunstan 1: Wido 2 saluted Dunstan 1 and then moved on to say that he had been assured of Dunstan 1's kindness or he would not have written so soon after Leofsinus 1's embassy. Wido 2 finished by saying that the crops had failed and then by asking Dunstan 1 for help in this matter.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
Baptism (1)
 Dunstan 1.baptism: Dunstan 1 was reborn in the holy waters of baptism and was given his name by his parents.: B.VitDunstani  3
Bequeathing/will-making (7)
 Eadred 16.S1515 bequeathing money to his people: King Eadred 16 to his people; bequest of 1600 pounds 'to the end that they may redeem themselves from famine and from a heathen army if they need,' and 2000 mancuses were to be 'taken and minted into mancuses'. Canterbury received 400 pounds for the relief of Kent, Surry, Sussex and Berkshire, and one third of the mancuses for the bishoprics; Ælfsige 30, bishop of Winchester, 400 pounds (200 for Hampshire, 100 for Wiltshire, 100 for Dorset), he also received an extra 200 for whichever shire may need it, and one third of the mancuses for the bishoprics; Abbot Dunstan 1 received 200 pounds for the people of Somerset and Devon; Bishop Oscytel 5 received 400 pounds for the Mercians, and one third of the mancuses for the bishoprics; Bishop Wulfhelm 5 received 400 pounds. : S1515    (951 x 955)
 Ecgfrith 14.S1447 bequest of land to Dunstan 1: Ecgfrith 14 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; bequest of land at Sunbury, Middx. in order that he might act as guardian to his widow and child.: S1447    (950 x 968)
 S835 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, and the church of SS Peter and Paul (Winchester, Old Minster), Winchester; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Long Sutton, to be attached to the church's estate at Crondall, Hants. The land, previously subject to Crondall, had been bequeathed to King Edgar 11 by Æthelberht 20, oeconomus. The original landbook was lost: S835    (979)
 S842 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Winchester, New Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, New Minster 1; confirmation of 13 hides (mansae), comprising 7 hides (manentia) on the Isle of Wight at Heantune, Bathingbourne, Meolocdune and Stathe, together with 5 hides (cassata) at Fratton on Portsea Island, 1 at Segenworth in Titchfield and a meadow by the river Meon, Hants. The lands had been forfeited by Lufa 1, sold for 100 mancuses by King Æthelred 32 to Ealdorman Æthelmær 13, and bequeathed by Æthelmær 13 to New Minster (cf. S 1498).: S842    (982)
 Various. Beorhtric 8 Grim 2 bequeathing land S1512: Beorhtric 8 Grim 2 to Winchester, Old Minster; bequest of land at Rimpton, Somerset: S1512    (970 x 984)
 Various.witnessing Leofsunu 5’s wrongful occupation of land in Kent S1458: Following Leofsunu 5's seizure of land in Kent (which included 6 sulungs at Wouldham) from Rochester, St Andrew's 1's left by Ælfheah 41, the ?(arch)bishop proved possession of the whole of Ælfheah 41's bequest in the presence of many witnesses.: S1458   
 Ælfheah 41.making a will S1458: Having been taken ill, Ælfheah 41 sent to Archbishop Dunstan 1, and he came to him at Shelve, and Ælfheah 41 declared his will to him, and appointed one copy to be sent to Canterbury, Christ Church and another to Rochester, St Andrew's and the third he gave to his widow [Anonymous 957].: S1458   
Birth (3)
 Dunstan 1.birth: Dunstan 1 was born.: ASC (A)  924 A (924)
 Edgar 11.birth: When Ælfgifu 3 had given birth to Edgar 11, Dunstan 1 heard voices of heavenly beings singing psalms and saying, 'Peace of the English in the time of the boy now born and of our Dunstan 1.': Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Wulfthryth 6.extraction from nunnery: Initially Wulfthryth 6 was not fully professed as a nun of Wilton, but assumed veil for fear of Edgar 11, but had it torn off before being forced into the king's bed. Edgar 11 was reproved by St Dunstan 1 and served seven years of penance. As for her, once [Eadgyth 4] was born, she returned to the nunnery. She is truly called holy, and is buried in the same church at Wilton as her daughter.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.10
Blessing (1)
 Anonymous 876.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 876 wrote to Dunstan 1 sending him counsels and blessings.: Anon.EpS10    (959 x 988)
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (8)
 Abbo 1.composition of the Passio of St Edmund: Abbo 1 wrote the Passio of St Edmund at the request of Anonymi 1728.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 987 - ?)
 Abbo 1.letter to Dunstan 1: Abbo 1 wrote a dedicatory letter to Dunstan 1. This letter forms the preface to the Abbo 1.PassioEdmund.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 988)
 Anonymous 880.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 880 shows Dunstan 1 great respect and offers him 'unutterable' thanks. He then asks for his book to be returned to him and for other books since he was at Fleury without books.: L.EpS14    (974 x 984)
 Anonymous 880.request: Anonymous 880 requested his book to be returned to him and also asked for other 'little books' since a fire at Fleury had left it without books.: L.EpS14    (974 x 984)
 B. 1.writing Life of Dunstan 1: B. 1 wrote a Life of Dunstan 1 and dedicated his work to Ælfric 46 asking him to correct possible mistakes.: B.VitDunstani  1
 Dunstan 1.correcting mistakes in books: It was Dunstan 1's habit to correct mistakes in books, as soon as he glimpsed the earliest light of dawn, by getting rid of false readings.: B.VitDunstani  37
 Dunstan 1.life-written: The book of Dunstan 1's life explains his entire life.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
Building construction/restoration (4)
 Dunstan 1. monastic-buildings-construction: Dunstan 1 surrounded the cloisters on every side with solid monastery buildings, as had long ago been marked out to him by an old man in a vision.: B.VitDunstani  15
 Dunstan 1.restoring Malmesbury: In the days of King Edgar 11 Archbishop Dunstan 1 did much for the restoration and ornamentation of the Malmesbury abbey. He even gave to it large bells and an organ with bronze pipes.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.255.1-3
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
 Æthelgar 8.consecration of tower: After Dunstan 1 had celebrated Mass at the New Minster, Æthelgar 8 dedicated the first storey of the tower in honour of the Virgin Mary.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12r.1 (980 x 987)
Burial (9)
 Dunstan 1-Augustine 1.burial: St Dunstan 1, archbishop, and Augustine 1 rest at Canterbury with many others.: RestingPlaces  II.29
 Dunstan 1-Ælfhere 10.bringing of Edward 12’s body from Wareham to Shaftesbury: [DE: Here in this year] [F(OE): Dunstan 1 and] Ælfhere 10 [F(Lat.): with Dunstan 1] brought the body of the king [sc. Edward 12] from Wareham and carried it [DEF(Lat.): with great honour] to Shaftesbury.: ASC (DEF)  980 DEF(OE and Lat.) (979)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfhere 10.burial of Edward 12: [Dunstan 1 and Ælfhere 10] buried it [sc. the body of Edward 12] honourably there [sc. at Shaftesbury].: ASC (DEF)  980 F(Lat.) (979)
 Eadgyth 4.ecclesiastic career: Holy virgin Eadgyth 4, buried in Wilton, was consecrated to God from her infancy. When Bishop Æthelwold 1 rebuked her for wearing rich clothes, inappropriate for her monastic status, she replied that even mourning clothes can be to show off, whereas golden clothes can conceal a pure unblemished mind. Dunstan 1 foretold her death at the age of 23. He also saw a vision of her after her death.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.2-6
 Edmund 14.burial: King Edmund 14 was buried at Glastonbury by Abbot Dunstan 1.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42 (946)
 Group of saints.burial at Thorney: St Botwulf 1, St Athulf 1, St Huna 3, St Tancred 1, St Torhtred 5, St Herefrith 10, St Dunstan 1, St Biscop 2 and St Tova 1 rest in Thorney.: RestingPlaces  II.27
 Sidemann 3.burial: Sidemann 3 was taken [sc. from Kirtlington] to St Mary's Minster, Abingdon, and honourably buried on the north side of St Paul's porticus.: ASC (BC)  9<77> B, 977 C (977)
 Wulfthryth 6.extraction from nunnery: Initially Wulfthryth 6 was not fully professed as a nun of Wilton, but assumed veil for fear of Edgar 11, but had it torn off before being forced into the king's bed. Edgar 11 was reproved by St Dunstan 1 and served seven years of penance. As for her, once [Eadgyth 4] was born, she returned to the nunnery. She is truly called holy, and is buried in the same church at Wilton as her daughter.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.10
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Capture (1)
 Anonymi 1465.plotting against Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1465 accused Dunstan 1 of false charges before the king himself and won his expulsion from their company. Then Anonymi 1465 seized Dunstan 1 and threw him, bound hand and foot, into a muddy marsh. He somehow managed to get out of the mire of the river and went to a friend's (Anonymous 505) house a mile away. When the dogs recognised him, they fell silent.: B.VitDunstani  6
Charter confirmation (4)
 S787 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Peterborough 1: King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 Abbey, with later confirmations, grant of privileges for the abbey and its land at Dogsthorpe, Eye, Paston and Oundle, Northants.; and confirmation of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Warmington, Ashton, Kettering, Castor, Ailsworth, Walton, Werrington, Eye, and Thorp, Northants.; a mint at Stamford, Lincs.; and half of Whittlesey Mere: S787    (972)
 S803 - Edgar 11 granting land to Osweard 4: King Edgar 11 to Osweard 4, his propinquus and faithful minister; grant of 4 hides (mansiunculae) at South Stoke, Sussex. The old landbook had been lost in a fire.: S803    (975)
 S806 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Winchester 1: King Edgar 11 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; renewal of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, as granted by King Edward in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., the land at Compton and Banwell having been given later to the community at Cheddar in exchange for land at Carhampton, Somerset. In return for the confirmation Bishop Æthelwold 1 gave to King Edgar 11 200 mancuses of gold and a gold cup weighing 5 pounds and to Queen Ælfthryth 8 50 mancuses.: S806    (968)
 S835 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, and the church of SS Peter and Paul (Winchester, Old Minster), Winchester; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Long Sutton, to be attached to the church's estate at Crondall, Hants. The land, previously subject to Crondall, had been bequeathed to King Edgar 11 by Æthelberht 20, oeconomus. The original landbook was lost: S835    (979)
Charter-witnessing (211)
 LStP 16 - extracts from a diploma of Æthelred 32: Extracts from a diploma or diplomas of King Æthelred 32: S2016    (986)
 S1210 - Eadwulf 36 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church: Eadwulf 36, dux, to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop, and Canterbury, Christ Church; grant of land at Darenth and Meopham, Kent: S1210    (940)
 S1213 - Wulfstan 22 granting land to Bury St Edmunds: Wulfstan 22 to St Edmund's Abbey, Beodrichesworth [Bury St Edmunds]; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Palgrave, Suffolk: S1213    (962)
 S1214 - Vua 1 granting land to Evesham 1: Vua 1 (? Ufa), the Hwede, vicecomes of Warwick, to Evesham 1 Abbey; grant of 6.5 hides at Wixford and Temple Grafton, Warwicks.: S1214    (962)
 S1215 - Æthelflæd 13 exchanging with Ælfwald 33: [Eadwald 30] and Æthelflæd 13 to Ælfwald 33; grant of a swine-pasture at Heronden in Tenterden, Kent, in return for 1450 pence: S1215    (968)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S1328 - Oswald 8 leasing land to Beorhtric 17: Oswald 8, archbishop, to Beorhtric 17; lease, for two lives, of 5 hides (mansae) at Brightwell Baldwin, Oxon., with reversion to the church of Worcester: S1328    (973)
 S1450 - Edgar 11 granting land to Westminster 1: King Edgar 11 to the church of St Peter, Westminster 1; restoration of 5 hides (mansiunculae) on the north side of the river Thames between the Tyburn and the Fleet, Middx, with an additional grant of 5 hides at Blecceanham (Blechenham, lost, in Hendon). : S1450    (959)
 S1450 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to the church of Westminster 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Hampstead, Middx.: S1450    (986)
 S466 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S509 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to St Mary's, Glastonbury: S509    (946)
 S520 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 25: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 25; grant of 7 hides (manentes) at Warkton, Northants.: S520    (946)
 S544 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelmær 6: King Eadred 16 to Æthelmær 6, praeses; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Chetwode and Hillesden, Bucks. : S544    (949)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
 S552a - Eadred 16 granting land to Barking 1: King Eadred 16 to the monastic community at Barking 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Lippanwelle (? in Barnstaple hundred) and 4 at Ciricdune (? at Chingford, Essex).: S552a    (950)
 S553 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Glastonbury: King Eadred 16 to Glastonbury Abbey; confirmation of the grant by King Edmund 14 of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs.: S553    (950)
 S555 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfhere 10: King Eadred 16 to Ælfhere 10, his kinsman; grant of 20 hides (mansiunculae) at Buckland (Denham), Somerset: S555    (951)
 S556 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 31: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 31, miles; grant of 5 hides at Haddon, Hunts.: S556    (951)
 S557 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfhelm 21: King Eadred 16 to Wulfhelm 21, miles; grant of land at Marchington, Staffs.: S557    (951)
 S559 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfwine 11: King Eadred 16 to Ælfwine 11, vassalus; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Barkham, Berks.: S559    (953 x 955)
 S568 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 S571 - Eadred 16 granting land to Beorhtric 8: King Eadred 16 to Beorhtric 8, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Rimpton, Somerset: S571    (956)
 S582 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Wilton 1: King Eadwig 4 to the nuns of Wilton 1; grant of 100 hides (mansiunculae) at Chalke, Wilts.: S582    (955)
 S597 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Ælric 2: King Eadwig 4 to Ælric 2, his adoptivus parens; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hanney, Berks.: S597    (956)
 S605 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Eadwig 4 to Æthelwold 1, abbot, and his abbey at Abingdon 1; grant of 20 hides (mansiunculae) at Abingdon: S605    (955 x 956)
 S633 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Worcester 1: King Eadwig 4 to Worcester 1 minster, at the instance of Beorhtnoth 12; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Phepson in Himbleton, Worcs., with salt-furnaces: S633    (956)
 S663 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Eadwig 4 to Æthelwold 1, abbot, and the monks at Abingdon; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Hinksey, Seacourt and Wytham, Berks.: S663    (956)
 S668 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadric 15: King Edgar 11 to Eadric 15, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Winterburnan (Winterbourne Bassett, Wilts.), of which 5 hides lie in the common land: S668    (972)
 S669 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelnoth 28: King Edgar 11 to Æthelnoth 28, his faithful man; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Clyst wicon (? Clyst St Mary, Devon): S669    (961)
 S671 - Edgar 11 granting land to Rochester, St Andrew’s and Ælfstan 39: King Edgar 11 to Rochester, St Andrew's, and Ælfstan 39, bishop of Rochester; grant of 10 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Bromley, Kent: S671    (973)
 S672 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfstan 42: King Edgar 11 to Ælfstan 42, miles; grant of [7 hides at] Harwell, Berks.: S672    (956)
 S673 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and restoration of 10 hides (mansae) at Ginge, 15 at Goosey, 30 at Longworth and 5 at Bessels Leigh, Berks.: S673    (959)
 S674 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 30, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Orton (Waterville), Hunts.: S674    (958)
 S675 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelric 22: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Æthelric 22, his minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Wootton, Oxon.: S675    (958)
 S676 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelstan 31: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Æthelstan 31, his comes / bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Ham, Essex: S676    (958)
 S676a - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadwald 24: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Eadwald 24, his minister; grant of 3 hides (mansiunculae) at Coundon, Warwicks.: S676a    (958)
 S677 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ealhstan 19: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, Northumbrians and Britons, to Ealhstan 19, his faithful minister; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Staunton on Arrow, Herefords., and a messuage (haga) in Hereford, in return for 40 mancuses of gold: S677    (958)
 S678 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eanwulf 19: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Eanwulf 19, his minister; grant of 14 hides (mansiunculae) at Ducklington, Oxon., with the old church at Astlea and appurtenant land: S678    (958)
 S679 - Edgar 11 granting land to Oscytel 5: King Edgar 11 to Oscytel 5, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Sutton, Notts.: S679    (958)
 S680 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwine 13: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwine 13, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Highclere, Hants.: S680    (959)
 S681 - Edgar 11 granting land to Quen: King Edgar 11 to Quen, his faithful matrona; grant of land at Howden and Old Drax, Yorks., with dependencies at Howden, Knedlington, Barnhill (Hall, west of Howden), Caville (in Eastrington), Thorpe Lidget, Hive, Eastrington, Belby (in Howden) and Kilpin, all Yorks.: S681    (959)
 S682 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to the church of Abingon, St Mary's; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Drayton, Berks.: S682    (960)
 S683 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhthelm 21: King Edgar 11 to his kinsman Beorhthelm 21, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Bishopstoke, Hants., for his lifetime, with reversion to Winchester, Old Minster 1: S683    (960)
 S684 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eanwulf 20: King Edgar 11 to Eanwulf 20, his faithful minister; grant of 9 hides (cassati) at Tywarnhayle in Perranzabuloe and St Agnes, and 2 (mansae) at Bosowsa in Ladock, Cornwall: S684    (960)
 S685 - Edgar 11 granting land to Oswulf 19: King Edgar 11 to Oswulf 19, bishop; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts.: S685    (960)
 S687 - Edgar 11 restoring lands to Wulfric 22: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 22, minister: restitution of forfeited lands at Æscesburuh (Woolstone), Denchworth, Garford, Chieveley, Stanmore in Beedon, Chaddleworth, Boxford, Benham, Berks.; Worting, Tichborne, Hants.; Stedham, Tillington, Patching, Poynings and Newtimber, Sussex: S687    (960)
 S688 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Burbage, Wilts.: S688    (961)
 S689 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants., and 13 predia in Winchester, with the bounds of Crux Easton, Hants.: S689    (961)
 S690 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 22 hides (cassati) at Ringwood, Hants.: S690    (961)
 S691 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 44: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 44, his faithful minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) in the common land at Ardington, Berks.: S691    (961)
 S692 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwald 46: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwald 46, his faithful minister; grant of one hide (cassa for cassatus) at Evesty (lost) on the river Camelar (Cam Brook), Somerset: S692    (961)
 S693 - Edgar 11 granting land to Athulf 8: King Edgar 11 to Athulf 8, his faithful minister; grant, for three lives, of 10 hides (mansae) at Kilmeston, woodland at Milbarrow Down, near Bishops Waltham, Hants., an a messuage (haga) at Winchester, with an annual rent and eventual reversion to St Peter's (Old Minster, Winchester): S693    (961)
 S694 - Edgar 11 granting land to Bath, St Peter’s: King Edgar 11 to the church of Bath, St Peter; restoration of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at South Stoke, Somerset: S694    (961)
 S695 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhthelm 21: King Edgar 11 to Beorhthelm 21, bishop; grant of 7.5 hides at Easton near Winchester, Hants.: S695    (961)
 S696 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beornsige 2: King Edgar 11 to Byrnsige [Beornsige 2], minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S696    (961)
 S697 - Edgar 11 granting land to Cenwulf 7: King Edgar 11 to Cenwulf 7, his faithful man; grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Withiel Florey, Somerset: S697    (961)
 S698 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadric 15: King Edgar 11 to Eadric 15, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Hamstede: S698    (961)
 S699 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Avington, Hants.: S699    (961)
 S700 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 3 hides (cassati) in the common land at Hendred, Berks.: S700    (692)
 S701 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of a vineyard at Watchet, Somerset, and miscellaneous rights including royal dues at Southampton, at Hwitan Clife, and at Portmanna hythe: S701    (962)
 S702 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 33: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 33, his kinsman; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Sunbury, Middx.: S702    (962)
 S703 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelflæd 12: King Edgar 11 to Æthelflæd 12, matrona; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Chelsworth, Suffolk: S703    (962)
 S704 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthel...e 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthel...e 1 , his minister; grant of 3 perticae at Sorley in Churchstow, Devon: S704    (962)
 S705 - Edgar 11 granting land to Edwin 8: King Edgar 11 to Edwin 8, his faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S705    (962)
 S706 - Edgar 11 granting land to Titstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Titstan 1, his faithful cubicularius; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Afene (Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S706    (962)
 S707 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfmær 4: King Edgar 11 to Wulfmær 4, his faithful minster; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Hilmarton and Littlecott, Wilts.: S707    (962)
 S708 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Easthall (cf. East Hale Bottom, near Eastbourne), Sussex: S708    (963)
 S709 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 45: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 45, his faithful minister; grant of 1 hide (mansa), less a half pertica, at Manworthy in Milverton, Somerset: S709    (963)
 S710 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 47: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 47, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at East Orchard, Dorset: S710    (963)
 S711 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 48, his faithful decurio; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at Stanton Prior, Somerset: S711    (963)
 S712 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æsclac 1: King Edgar 11 to Æsclac 1; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Sherburn-in-Elmet, Yorks., with dependencies at Hibaldes tofte, (Monk) Fryston, Hillam, Lumby, (South) Milford, Steeton, Micklefield, Lotherton, Church Fenton, and Cawood, all in Yorks.: S712    (963)
 S712a - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelfrith 22: King Edgar 11 to Æthelfrith 22; grant of 5 hides (mansi) at Ballidon, Derbys.: S712a    (963)
 S713 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelsige 8: King Edgar 11 to Æthelsige 8, his camerarius; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at 'Sparsholt' (i.e. Fawler), one hide at Balking and a mill at Hirdegrafe (probably in Steventon), Berks.: S713    (963)
 S714 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of 24 hides (cassati) at Washington, Sussex: S714    (963)
 S715 - Edgar 11 granting land to himself: King Edgar 11 to himself; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Patney, Wilts.: S715    (963)
 S716 - Edgar 11 granting land to Gunner 2: King Edgar 11 to Gunner 2, his faithful dux; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Newbald, Yorks.: S716    (963)
 S717 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ingeram 1: King Edgar 11 to Ingeram 1, his faithful minister; grant of 7 hides (cassati) at Vange, Essex: S717    (963)
 S718 - Edgar 11 granting land to Meon, St Andrew’s: King Edgar 11 to the church of Meon, St Andrew, Meon; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Ambersham, Sussex: S718    (963)
 S719 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wynnstan 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnstan 3, his faithful camerarius; grant of 3 hides (cassati) in the common land at Afene (? Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S719    (963)
 S720 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfgeat 2: King Edgar 11 to Wulfgeat 2, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Duddestone (? Duddeston near Birmingham, Warwicks.) and 3 at Ernlege (? Upper Arley, Worcs.): S720    (963)
 S721 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfhelm 23: King Edgar 11 to Wulfhelm 23, his minister; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Otheri (apparently Ottery St Mary, Devon): S721    (963)
 S722 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfnoth 6: King Edgar 11 to Wulfnoth 6, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Hocan edisce: S722    (963)
 S723 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfric 32: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 32, his minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Plesc (? Plaish in Cardington) and at Church Aston, Salop.: S723    (963)
 S724 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon, St Mary's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Hendred, Berks.: S724    (964)
 S725 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfthryth 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfthryth 8, his queen; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Aston Upthorpe, Berks.: S725    (964)
 S726 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtnoth 13: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtnoth 13, his comes; grant of 2 hides (mansiunculae) at Cookley in Wolverley, Worcs.: S726    (964)
 S728 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ghent, St Peter’s: King Edgar 11 to Ghent, St Peter’s; grant of land in Lewisham, Greenwich, Woolwich, Mottingham and Coombe, Kent: S728    (964)
 S729 - Edgar 11 granting land to Muchelney 1: King Edgar 11 to Muchelney 1 Abbey; confirmation of liberties, including the right of the community to elect its own abbot after the death of Bishop Ælfwald 34 (of Sherborne): S729    (964)
 S730 - Edgar 11 granting land to Sigestan 1: King Edgar 11 to Sigestan 1, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) in the common land at Teffont, Wilts.: S730    (964)
 S731 - Edgar 11 granting land to Worcester, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Worcester, St Mary’s Abbey; grant of privileges for land at Cropthorne, Overbury, Pendock, Worcs.; Teddington, Gloucs.; Mitton in Bredon, Sedgeberrow, Worcs.; Northwick in Blockley, Evenlode, Daylesford, Dorn in Batsford, Icomb, Gloucs.; Shipston-on-Stour, Blackwell in Tredington, Warwicks.; Grimley, Little Witley, Knightwick, Hallow, Harvington, Bredon, Worcs.; Blockley, Gloucs.; Tredington, Warwicks; together with the creation of the triple Hundred of Oswaldslow: S731    (963)
 S732 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Beedon, Berks.: S732    (965)
 S733 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Denchworth, Berks.: S733    (965)
 S734 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1 S734: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Marcham, Berks.: S734    (965)
 S735 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æscwig 4: King Edgar 11 to Æscwig 4, abbot of St Peter's, Bath; grant of 7.5 hides (mansiunculae) at Stanton Prior, Somerset: S735    (965)
 S736 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfheard 21: King Edgar 11 to Wulfheard 21, his faithful man; grant of 3 virgae at Cheselbourne, Dorset: S736    (965)
 S737 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfgifu 4: King Edgar 11 to Ælfgifu 4, his kinswoman; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Linslade, Bucks.: S737    (966)
 S738 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfgifu 4: King Edgar 11 to Ælfgifu 4, his kinswoman; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Newnham Murren, Oxon.: S738    (966)
 S739 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 6: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 6, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Parwich, Derbys. : S739    (966)
 S740 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 32: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 34, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Isle Abbotts, Somerset: S740    (966)
 S742 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfthryth 8: King Edgar 11 to Ethelred (Ælfthryth 8) his wife; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Buckland (Newton), Dorset: S742    (966)
 S743 - Edgar 11 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (mansiunculae) at (Podimore) Milton, Somerset: S743    (966)
 S744 - Edgar 11 granting land to Shaftesbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 10 hides (cassati) at Uppidelen (Piddletrenthide, Dorset), originally granted by the king's grandmother, Wynnflæd 4: S744    (966)
 S745 - Edgar 11 refounding Winchester, New Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster; refoundation and grant of privileges: S745    (966)
 S746 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 5 hides at Donnington, 28 at Southease, 10 at Telscombe, Sussex, and 2 at Winterburna (Addeston in Maddington, Wilts.): S746    (966)
 S747 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 33 & Ælfswith 7: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 33, his faithful comes, and Ælfswith 7, Ælfheah 33's, wife; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Merton and Dulwich, Surrey: S747    (967)
 S748 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 68: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 68, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Eastune: S748    (967)
 S749 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1 & Breedon-on-the-Hill: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, for the church of Breedon-on-the-Hill, Leics.; grant of 13 hides (cassati) at Breedon, Wilson, Ætheres dune (? Atterton) and Diseworth, Leics.: S749    (972)
 S750 - Edgar 11 granting land to Byrhtnoth 1: King Edgar 11 to Byrhtnoth 1, his comes: grant of land at Bragenfelda (? Cold Brayfield, Bucks., or Brafield-on-the-Green, Northants.): S750    (967)
 S751 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtnoth 17: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtnoth 17, his faithful minister; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Suthtune (Ullington in Pebworth, Gloucs.), and at Bickmarsh, Worcs., with regrant of the land by Beorhtnoth 17 to Worcester, St Mary's 1, on his son's [Anonymous 900] admission to the minster: S751    (967)
 S752 - Edgar 11 confirming land and privileges of Chertsey 1: King Edgar 11 to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land, consisting of 5 hides (mansae) at Chertsey and 10 hides (cassati) at Thorpe, 20 at Egham with Englefield, 5 at Chobham with Busseleghe, Frensham and Frimley, 10 (mansiones) at Petersham, 30 at Sutton with swine-pastures at Thunderfield Castle, 20 at Cheam with swine-pastures in the Weald [and the charter which Edgar 11 had bought from Edwin 16 for 50 mancuses], 10 at Waddington, 20 at Coulsdon, 20 at Merstham, 10 at Chipstead with Chaldon, 10 at Banstead with Suthemeresfelda (cf. Canon's Farm in Banstead), 20 at Epsom, 12 at Bookham, 10 at (East) Clandon, 20 at Cobham with Pointers (in Cobham), 5 at Byfleet with Weybridge, all in Surrey; 10 at (White) Waltham, Berks.; and 20 at Molesey, Surrey [which King Eadwig 4 unjustly gave to Winchester, Old Minster 1, and which were retrieved by Edgar 11 and Bishop Æthelwold 1]: S752    (967)
 S753 - Edgar 11 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; grant of 1.5 hides at Cealuadune (Chaldon, Surrey). Half the land had been forfeited by Eadwald 29 for theft.: S753    (967)
 S754 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wynnflæd 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnflæd 3, the noble matrona; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at (East and West) Meon, and Farnfield in Privett, Hants.: S754    (967)
 S755 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfnoth Rumuncant 1: King Edgar 11 to Wulfnoth Rumuncant 1, his faithful vassalus; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Lesneage and Pennare in St Keverne, Cornwall: S755    (967)
 S756 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 72 hides (cassati) at Bedwyn, Wilts. : S756    (958 x 968)
 S757 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Cumnor, Berks.: S757    (968)
 S758 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Fyfield, Berks. : S758    (968)
 S759 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 10 or 20 hides (cassati) at Hanney, Berks. : S759    (968)
 S760 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Oare, Berks.: S760    (968)
 S761 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwine 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwine 30, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Boxford, Berks. : S761    (968)
 S762 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtgifu 1: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtgifu 1, his faithful lady; grant of 3 iugera at Ealderescumbe: S762    (968)
 S763 - Edgar 11 granting land to Edwin 8: King Edgar 11 to Edwin 8, his faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S763    (968)
 S764 - Edgar 11 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Sturminster Newton, Dorset: S764    (968)
 S766 - Edgar 11 confirming land of Wilton 1: King Edgar 11 to Wilton 1 Abbey; confirmation of land given to the church by Wulfthryth 6, consisting of 10 hides at South Newton, 10 at Sherrington, 20 at (? Kingston) Deverill, 3 at Baverstock and 3 at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.; and 10 at Watchingwell in Calbourne, Isle of Wight: S766    (968)
 S767 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wilton 1: King Edgar 11 to Wilton 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (cassati) near Wilton, Wilts., formerly owned by Regenweard 1, mercator: S767    (968)
 S768 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfric 37: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 37, bishop (? of Hereford); grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Stantun (? Stanton by Newhall, Derbys.): S768    (968)
 S769 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfstan 21: King Edgar 11 to Wulfstan 21, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Whistley, Berks.: S769    (968)
 S770 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 37 & Morwrei 1: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 37, his man, and Ælfheah's wife, Morwrei 1; grant of 2 hides (mansae) and one pertica at Lamorran and Trenowth in Probus, Cornwall: S770    (969)
 S771 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 11: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 11, his faithful minister; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Witney, Oxon., with appurtenant meadow: S771    (969)
 S772 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 45: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 45, his faithful minister; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Apsley Guise, Beds.: S772    (969)
 S773 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 46, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Kineton, Warwicks.: S773    (969)
 S775 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfswith 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfswith 8, widow and nun; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Idmiston, Wilts.: S775    (970)
 S776 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester; grant of the minster of Ely and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., in exchange for land at Harting, Sussex: S776    (970)
 S777 - Edgar 11 and Bath, St Peter’s exchanging: King Edgar 11 to the church of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Clifton, near Bath, in exchange for 100 mancuses of gold and 10 hides (mansae) at Cumtun (Chilcompton or Compton Dando, Somerset). The land is to be for the use of the monks, just as Abbot Æscwig 4 obtained it.: S777    (970)
 S778 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtheah 4: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtheah 4, his faithful deacon; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Kingston Bagpuize, Berks.: S778    (970)
 S779 - Edgar 11 confirming lands of Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., and at Northwold, Norfolk, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Harting, Sussex: S779    (970)
 S780 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) in the common land at Linden End in Aldreth, Cambs.: S780    (970)
 S781 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Stoke near Ipswich, Suffolk: S781    (970)
 S782 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs., for Peterborough Abbey, in return for 40 pounds of silver and a golden cross: S782    (971)
 S783 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of privileges: S783    (971)
 S784 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfflæd 15: King Edgar 11 to Ælfflæd 15; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Kennett (i.e. Overton), Wilts. : S784    (972)
 S785 - Edgar 11 granting land to Bath 1: King Edgar 11 to Bath 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (mansiunculae) at Corston, Somerset: S785    (972)
 S786 - Edgar 11 granting privileges and restoring land to Pershore 1: King Edgar 11 to Pershore 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and restoration of land at Pershore, and of 10 hides (mansi) at Bricklehampton, 10 at Comberton, 5 at Pensham in Pershore St Andrew, 16 at Eckington, 10 at Birlingham, 10 at Defford, 10 at Strensham, 10 at Besford, land at Cromban (? Croombe Perry in Pirton), 10 hides at Severn Stoke, 10 hides at Pirton, 4 at Wadborough in Pershore Holy Cross, 3 at Chevington ibid., 3 at Broughton ibid., 10 at Peopleton, 10 at Snodsbury, 7 at Naunton Beauchamp, 4 at Abberton, 5 at Wihtlafestune (? North Piddle), 5 at Flyford, 5 at Grafton Flyford, 5 at Dormston, 5 at Martin Hussingtree, 3 at Broughton Hackett, 2 at Libbery in Grafton Flyford, 30 at Longdon, 7 at Powick, 3 at Beornothesleahe (Leigh), all in Worcs.; 3 at Acton Beauchamp, Herefords.; 40 at South Stoke (i.e. Hawkesbury), Hillesley, Tresham, Kilcott, Oldbury on the Hill, Didmarton, Badminton and Hawkesbury Upton, 10 at Dyrham, 5 at Longney, 6 at Lydney, 6 at Wyegate, all in Gloucs.; 5 at Beoley, 5 at Yardley, Worcs.; 10 at Sture (Alderminster, Warwicks.); 20 at Broadway, Worcs.; 5 at Coltune; 10 at Childs Wickham, Gloucs.; sites for vats at Middlewich and Netherwich in Droitwich, furnaces at Witton in Droitwich and 1.5 hides at Horton in Hampton Lovett, Worcs., and 3 iugera with meadow at Worcester: S786    (972)
 S787 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Peterborough 1: King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 Abbey, with later confirmations, grant of privileges for the abbey and its land at Dogsthorpe, Eye, Paston and Oundle, Northants.; and confirmation of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Warmington, Ashton, Kettering, Castor, Ailsworth, Walton, Werrington, Eye, and Thorp, Northants.; a mint at Stamford, Lincs.; and half of Whittlesey Mere: S787    (972)
 S788 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to and confirming lands of Worcester 1: King Edgar 11 to Worcester 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and confirmation of land at Worcester, vats at Middlewich and Netherwich in Droitwich, furnaces at Witton in Droitwich, and land at Nortun (for Hortun) and at Westwood near Droitwich, all in Worcs.: S788    (972)
 S789 - Edgar 11 granting lands to Wynnstan 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnstan 3, his cubicularius; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Afene (? Little Durnford, cf. Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S789    (972)
 S790 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 72: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 72, his minister; grant of 7 hides (mansiunculae) at Harwell, Berks.: S790    (973)
 S791 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 7 hides (mansiunculae) at High Ham, Somerset, in exchange for land at Braunton, Devon: S791    (973)
 S792 - Edgar 11 granting land to Thorney 1: King Edgar 11 to Thorney 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and confirmation of land at Whittlesey, Cambs.; Water Newton, Woodston, Yaxley and Farcet, Hunts.; Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Teafolscet; and 2 hides (mansae) at Huntingdon. MS 3 adds Wittering, Oxney, Thorpe and Titchmarsh, Northants; Gedney, Lutton, Angarhala (lost) and Tydd, Lincs.; and Broughton, Hunts.: S792    (973)
 S793 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfmær 4: King Edgar 11 to Wulfmær 4, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Burgh' (? Berrow, Somerset): S793    (973)
 S794 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 8, his minister; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at (West) Wratting, Cambs.: S794    (974)
 S794a - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 8, his minister; grant of 9 hides (mansiunculae) at Brickendon, Herts., comprising 6 at Ælesforda and 3 at Elrices rig: S794a    (974)
 S795 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhere 11: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhere 11, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Nymed (Woolfin in Down St Mary, Devon): S795    (974)
 S796 - Edgar 11 restoring land to Ælfric 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury; restoration of 10 hides (manentes) at Eastcourt in Crudwell, Wilts. The land had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: S796    (974)
 S797 - Edgar 11 restoring land to Ælfric 71: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury; restoration of land at Nene which had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: S797    (974)
 S798 - Edgar 11 granting privileges and land to Ramsey 1: King Edgar 11 to Ramsey 1 Abbey; confirmation and grant of privileges and of land at Ramsey, Upwood with Raveley, Hemingford, Sawtry, Stukeley, Brington and Old Weston, Hunts.; Hilgay and Walsoken, Norfolk; fish from Wells, Norfolk; land at Brancaster, Norfolk; at Warboys, Wistow with Raveley and Bury, and at Slepam (St Ives), Hunts.; at Chatteris and Elsworth, Cambs.; at Whiston and Isham, Northants.; at Houghton, Wyton, Ripton, Ellington, Bythorn, Hunts.; at Graveley, Cambs.; and at Dillington, Great Staughton and Yelling, Hunts.: S798    (974)
 S799 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfthryth 6: King Edgar 11 to Wulfthryth 6, abbess, and Wilton 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and land including land at Chalke, Wilts.: S799    (974)
 S800 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfweard 23: King Edgar 11 to Ælfweard 23, his minister (bishop in rubric); grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Fyfield, Hants.: S800    (975)
 S801 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Madeley, Staffs.: S801    (974)
 S803 - Edgar 11 granting land to Osweard 4: King Edgar 11 to Osweard 4, his propinquus and faithful minister; grant of 4 hides (mansiunculae) at South Stoke, Sussex. The old landbook had been lost in a fire.: S803    (975)
 S804 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of land at Bleadon, Somerset: S804    (975)
 S805 - Edgar 11 granting land to Mangoda 1: King Edgar 11 to Mangoda 1, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Hampstead, Middx.: S805    (972)
 S806 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Winchester 1: King Edgar 11 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; renewal of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, as granted by King Edward in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., the land at Compton and Banwell having been given later to the community at Cheddar in exchange for land at Carhampton, Somerset. In return for the confirmation Bishop Æthelwold 1 gave to King Edgar 11 200 mancuses of gold and a gold cup weighing 5 pounds and to Queen Ælfthryth 8 50 mancuses.: S806    (968)
 S807 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester minsters: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster 1, Winchester, New Minster 1, and Nunnaminster 1; grant of land in Winchester: S807    (963 x 970)
 S808 - Edgar 11 granting land to Canterbury: King Edgar 11 to the church of Canterbury 1; grant of Sandwich, Kent: S808    (963 x 971)
 S809 - Edgar 11 granting land to Canterbury, St Augustine’s: King Edgar 11 to Canterbury, St Augustine's Abbey; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Plumstead, Kent: S809    (961 x 971)
 S813 - Edgar 11 granting land to Sherborne, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Sherborne, St Mary's; grant of 5 hides at Oborne, Dorset: S813    (970 x 975)
 S820 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 45 hides (cassati) at Crondall, Hants. : S820    (973 x 974)
 S828 - Edward 12 granting land to Ælfstan 46: King Edward 12 to Ælfstan 46, bishop; grant of 13 hides (mansae) at Kingston Bagpuize, Berks.: S828    (975 x 978)
 S829 - Edward 12 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary’s: King Edward 12 to Abingdon, St Mary's; grant of 7 hides (cassati) at Kingston Bagpuize, Berks.: S829    (975 x 978)
 S830 - Edward 12 granting land to Ælfsige 71: King Edward 12 to Ælfsige 71; grant of 1 pertica at Hypeles eald land (Treable in Cheriton Bishop), Devon: S830    (976)
 S831 - Edward 12 granting land to Ælfric 75: King Edward 12 to Ælfric 75, his minister; grant of 10 (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts.: S831    (977)
 S832 - Edward 12 granting land to Æthelweard 34: King Edward 12 to Æthelweard 34, comes; grant of land at Traboe, Trevallack and Grugwith, all in St Keverne, and at Trethewey in St Martin-in-Meneage, Cornwall: S832    (977)
 S833 - Edgar 11 granting land to Leofric 12: King Æthelred 32 [for Edgar 11] to Leofric 12, minister, grant of woodland (? at Claydons in Alveston, Warwicks.).: S833    (962)
 S834 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfhere 10: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfhere 10, comes; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Olney, Bucks.: S834    (979)
 S835 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, and the church of SS Peter and Paul (Winchester, Old Minster), Winchester; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Long Sutton, to be attached to the church's estate at Crondall, Hants. The land, previously subject to Crondall, had been bequeathed to King Edgar 11 by Æthelberht 20, oeconomus. The original landbook was lost: S835    (979)
 S836 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 1.5 hides (mansae) at Calshot, Hants., for a fishery, in return for a gold bracelet: S836    (980)
 S837 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelred 32 to the monks of Winchester, Old Minster; grant of the reversion of 7 hides (cassati) at Havant, Hants., which had been granted by King Æthelstan 18 to Wihtgar 7, his miles, for four lives (cf. S 430).: S837    (980)
 S838 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Tavistock, St Mary’s: King Æthelred 32 to Tavistock, St Mary's 1 Abbey, Devon; grant of privileges, including free election of a new abbot: S838    (981)
 S839 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) in the common land at Charlton near Wantage, Berks.: S839    (982)
 S840 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofric 36: King Æthelred 32 to Leofric 36; grant of 3 hides (mansae) and 30 iugera at Longstock, Hants.: S840    (982)
 S841 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Abbot Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Rodbourne, Wilts.: S841    (982)
 S842 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Winchester, New Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, New Minster 1; confirmation of 13 hides (mansae), comprising 7 hides (manentia) on the Isle of Wight at Heantune, Bathingbourne, Meolocdune and Stathe, together with 5 hides (cassata) at Fratton on Portsea Island, 1 at Segenworth in Titchfield and a meadow by the river Meon, Hants. The lands had been forfeited by Lufa 1, sold for 100 mancuses by King Æthelred 32 to Ealdorman Æthelmær 13, and bequeathed by Æthelmær 13 to New Minster (cf. S 1498).: S842    (982)
 S843 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary's: King Æthelred 32 to Abingdon, St Mary's; grant of 2 hides (manentes) at Arncott, Oxon.: S843    (983)
 S844 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfnoth 19: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfnoth 19, his minister; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at Westwuda (? Westwood, Wilts.), previously held by Sealemudda 1 (cf. rubric): S844    (983)
 S845 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelgar 8: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of a meadow (Hyde Moors) in the northern part of Winchester, Hants.: S845    (983)
 S846 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelmær 13: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelmær 13, dux; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Clyffe Pypard, Wilts.: S846    (983)
 S847 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelmær 22: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelmær 22, his minister; grant of 9 hides (cassati) at Thames Ditton, Surrey: S847    (983)
 S848 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwine 6: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwine 6, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Clyffe Pypard, Wilts.: S848    (983)
 S849 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of a fishery at Ginanhecce on the river Darent, Kent: S849    (983)
 S850 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Tisbury, Wilts., and woodland at Sfgcnyllebar (? Sedgehill bær): S850    (984)
 S851 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfgar 32: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfgar 32, his man; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Drayton and 1.5 at Sutton, Berks.: S851    (983)
 S852 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfheah 43: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfheah 43, his minister; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanlea: S852    (984)
 S853 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfwine 32: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfwine 32, his scriptor; grant of 6 hides (cassati) in the common land, comprising 3 at Brighthampton, 2 at Aston Bampton, and 1 at Lew, Oxon.: S853    (984)
 S855 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Beorhtric 14: King Æthelred 32 to Beorhtric 14, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) on the river Kennet (at Leverton near Hungerford, Berks.), previously held by Æthelric 31, rusticus: S855    (984)
 S856 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelric 33: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelric 33, his minister; grant of 17 hides (cassati) at Harwell, Berks.: S856    (985)
 S857 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Alfred 50: King Æthelred 32 to Alfred 50, his amicus; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Michelmersh, Hants.: S857    (985)
 S858 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofwine 52: King Æthelred 32 to Leofwine 52, his minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Wootton, Berks.: S858    (985)
 S859 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfric 45: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfric 45, his sacerdos: grant of 1 hide (mansa), half at Borstealle (? Dorstealle) and half at Haestan dic and Cnollam: S859    (985)
 S860 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfrun 7: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfrun 7; grant of 10 hides (cassati), comprising 9 at Wolverhampton and 1 (manens) at Trescott, Staffs.: S860    (985)
 S861 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27, his minister; grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S861    (986)
 S862 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wenoth 1: King Æthelred 32 to Wenoth 1, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Littleton on Severn, Gloucs.: S862    (986)
 S863 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelsige 23: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelsige 23, his minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Æsce: S863    (987)
 S864 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelsige 24: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelsige 24, his minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Bromley, Kent: S864    (987)
 S865 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwald 60: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwald 60; grant of 10 hides (manentia) at Manningford Abbots, Wilts.: S865    (987)
 S866 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 40 hides (mansae) at Kyngtune (cf. Kington St Michael and Kington Langley), Wilts., formerly purchased from King Edgar 11 by Ælfswith 7, wife of Ælfheah 33, dux, for 40 mancuses of gold: S866    (987)
 S867 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofwine 27: King Æthelred 32 to Leofwine 27, his venator; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Westwood, Wilts., and 3 perticae in the common land at Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset: S867    (987)
 S868 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27 , his minister, or, according to the rubric, bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., previously held by Æthelwald 53 and his brother, Ælfhelm 12: S868    (988)
 S869 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelgar 8: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 7 hides (manentia) at South Heighton, Sussex, granted to Æthelgar 8 by Ælfric 87, comes, in exchange for land at Lamburna: S869    (988)
 S935 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Evesham 1: King Æthelred 32 to Evesham 1 Abbey; restitution of 1 hide (mansa) at Maugersbury, Gloucs., seized by Wulfric 84 Ripa: S935    (1016)
 S938 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Atsere 2: King Æthelred 32 to Atsere 2, his faithful minister; grant of land at Wyke Regis, Dorset: S938    (978 x 1016)
Church-adornment (2)
 Dunstan 1.church-endowing: Dunstan 1 supported and enriched the churches of God near and far out of his legitimately acquired wealth.: B.VitDunstani  37
 Dunstan 1.restoring Malmesbury: In the days of King Edgar 11 Archbishop Dunstan 1 did much for the restoration and ornamentation of the Malmesbury abbey. He even gave to it large bells and an organ with bronze pipes.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.255.1-3
Church/monastery destruction (1)
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (12)
 Dunstan 1-Æthelwold 1-others.new dedication of Old Minster: The church of the Old Minster at Winchester received a solemn dedication form nine bishops, among whom were Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  40 (980)
 Dunstan 1.prophecy of Ælfsige 21’s death: Dunstan 1 heard a voice call Ælfsige 21. He told him to prepare to go to the Lord. After a few days Ælfsige 21 died. Dunstan 1 ordered the construction of a square church on the spot where he had heard the voice and consecrated it to John the Baptist.: B.VitDunstani  35
 Eadred 16.refounding of Abingdon: Following Eadgifu 4's request, Eadred 16 decided to give Æthelwold 1 a place called Abingdon, where there had been a small monastery which had been neglecrted and forlorn. With the consent of Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1 took charge of this place and was ordained abbot. Several clerics in minor orders joined him.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Edgar 11-Dunstan 1.restoration of Glastonbury monastery: Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1 restored the monastery of Glastobury, endowed it with many possessions and established there a larger group of monks.: John XIII.Ep.Z211   
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 S745 - Edgar 11 refounding Winchester, New Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster; refoundation and grant of privileges: S745    (966)
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Æthelmær 15.founding Cerne 1 Abbey: Æthelmær 15, satrap of King Æthelred 32 and son of Æthelweard 35, founds Cerne 1 Abbey, the endowment including land at Cerne 1 and Æscere, 6 hides (cassati) at Mintern, 10 at Winterborne Abbas, 6 and 12 at Little and Long Bredy and 3 at Renscombe [to pass to the minster after Æthelmær 15's death], land at Poxwell [granted by Leofric 35 of Poxwell, clericus], and the reversion of 4 hides at Affpuddle [granted by Ælfrith of Bincombe, Æthelmær 15's propinquus, after the death of Leofwine 29] and of 5 hides (mansae) at Bloxworth [granted by Ælfwald 52, after the death of his wife], and tithes from Cerne 1 and Cheselbourne, all in Dorset.: S1217    (987)
 Æthelwold 1-Dunstan 1.religious-house-foundation: Æthelwold 1 and Dunstan 1 established many monasteries in England, some for monks, some for nuns, governed by abbots and abbesses who lived according to the Rule.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  27
 Æthelwold 1-Dunstan 1.religious-house-foundations: With Edgar 11's consent monasteries were founded everywhere, partly by the counsel and action of Dunstan 1 and partly by that of Æthelwold 1, some with monks, some with nuns, living according to the rule under abbots and abbesses.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  18
 Æthelwold 1.consecration of Old Minster: Æthelwold 1 laid out, constructed, enriched, and then consecrated the Old Minster in the presence of Æthelred 32. Several bishops followed the king: Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, Ælfstan 39, Æthelgar 8, Ælfstan 38, Æscwig 3, Ælfheah 36, Æthelsige 13 and Æthulf 3. There were many other bishops as well, and nobles and ealdormen as well as the great majority of the English royal thegns (Anonymi 1599).: Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 376-80 (980)
Compensation (3)
 Various.settlement of dispute between Rochester 1 and Beorhtwaru 1 S1457: The title deeds to Snodland, Kent which had been given to the monastery by Æscwynn 1, Ælfric 80's mother, were stolen by the priests and given for money to Ælfric 80. Following his death the church petitioned his widow [Beorhtwaru 1] and the king for their return. This was granted at London along with compensation for their theft which included land at Bromley and at Fawkham, Kent.: S1457    (980 x 987)
 Various.witness to Rochester 1 transaction S1457: Account of the acquisition by the bishop of Rochester, on behalf of St Andrew's church, of land at Bromley and Fawkham, Kent, in compensation for the theft of the title-deeds of Snodland, Kent.: S1457    (980 x 987)
 Æthelstan 78.disputing with Ramsey: Æthelstan 78, kinsman of Archbishop Oda 1, tried to deny Oda 1's gift of 5 hides at Burwell to Ramsey, alleging that half the land lawfully belonged to his jurisdiction, but Ealdorman Æthelwine 2 granted him 80 gold mancuses for the land.: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  c. 25
Confession (2)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfheah 19.miracle of stone: Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
Confirmation of land/privileges (16)
 John 24.letter to Dunstan 1: John 24 confirms to Dunstan 1 all the insignia of his predecessors.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.39
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S553 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Glastonbury: King Eadred 16 to Glastonbury Abbey; confirmation of the grant by King Edmund 14 of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs.: S553    (950)
 S673 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and restoration of 10 hides (mansae) at Ginge, 15 at Goosey, 30 at Longworth and 5 at Bessels Leigh, Berks.: S673    (959)
 S729 - Edgar 11 granting land to Muchelney 1: King Edgar 11 to Muchelney 1 Abbey; confirmation of liberties, including the right of the community to elect its own abbot after the death of Bishop Ælfwald 34 (of Sherborne): S729    (964)
 S744 - Edgar 11 granting land to Shaftesbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 10 hides (cassati) at Uppidelen (Piddletrenthide, Dorset), originally granted by the king's grandmother, Wynnflæd 4: S744    (966)
 S752 - Edgar 11 confirming land and privileges of Chertsey 1: King Edgar 11 to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land, consisting of 5 hides (mansae) at Chertsey and 10 hides (cassati) at Thorpe, 20 at Egham with Englefield, 5 at Chobham with Busseleghe, Frensham and Frimley, 10 (mansiones) at Petersham, 30 at Sutton with swine-pastures at Thunderfield Castle, 20 at Cheam with swine-pastures in the Weald [and the charter which Edgar 11 had bought from Edwin 16 for 50 mancuses], 10 at Waddington, 20 at Coulsdon, 20 at Merstham, 10 at Chipstead with Chaldon, 10 at Banstead with Suthemeresfelda (cf. Canon's Farm in Banstead), 20 at Epsom, 12 at Bookham, 10 at (East) Clandon, 20 at Cobham with Pointers (in Cobham), 5 at Byfleet with Weybridge, all in Surrey; 10 at (White) Waltham, Berks.; and 20 at Molesey, Surrey [which King Eadwig 4 unjustly gave to Winchester, Old Minster 1, and which were retrieved by Edgar 11 and Bishop Æthelwold 1]: S752    (967)
 S766 - Edgar 11 confirming land of Wilton 1: King Edgar 11 to Wilton 1 Abbey; confirmation of land given to the church by Wulfthryth 6, consisting of 10 hides at South Newton, 10 at Sherrington, 20 at (? Kingston) Deverill, 3 at Baverstock and 3 at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.; and 10 at Watchingwell in Calbourne, Isle of Wight: S766    (968)
 S779 - Edgar 11 confirming lands of Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., and at Northwold, Norfolk, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Harting, Sussex: S779    (970)
 S787 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Peterborough 1: King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 Abbey, with later confirmations, grant of privileges for the abbey and its land at Dogsthorpe, Eye, Paston and Oundle, Northants.; and confirmation of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Warmington, Ashton, Kettering, Castor, Ailsworth, Walton, Werrington, Eye, and Thorp, Northants.; a mint at Stamford, Lincs.; and half of Whittlesey Mere: S787    (972)
 S792 - Edgar 11 granting land to Thorney 1: King Edgar 11 to Thorney 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and confirmation of land at Whittlesey, Cambs.; Water Newton, Woodston, Yaxley and Farcet, Hunts.; Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Teafolscet; and 2 hides (mansae) at Huntingdon. MS 3 adds Wittering, Oxney, Thorpe and Titchmarsh, Northants; Gedney, Lutton, Angarhala (lost) and Tydd, Lincs.; and Broughton, Hunts.: S792    (973)
 S798 - Edgar 11 granting privileges and land to Ramsey 1: King Edgar 11 to Ramsey 1 Abbey; confirmation and grant of privileges and of land at Ramsey, Upwood with Raveley, Hemingford, Sawtry, Stukeley, Brington and Old Weston, Hunts.; Hilgay and Walsoken, Norfolk; fish from Wells, Norfolk; land at Brancaster, Norfolk; at Warboys, Wistow with Raveley and Bury, and at Slepam (St Ives), Hunts.; at Chatteris and Elsworth, Cambs.; at Whiston and Isham, Northants.; at Houghton, Wyton, Ripton, Ellington, Bythorn, Hunts.; at Graveley, Cambs.; and at Dillington, Great Staughton and Yelling, Hunts.: S798    (974)
 S799 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfthryth 6: King Edgar 11 to Wulfthryth 6, abbess, and Wilton 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and land including land at Chalke, Wilts.: S799    (974)
 S842 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Winchester, New Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, New Minster 1; confirmation of 13 hides (mansae), comprising 7 hides (manentia) on the Isle of Wight at Heantune, Bathingbourne, Meolocdune and Stathe, together with 5 hides (cassata) at Fratton on Portsea Island, 1 at Segenworth in Titchfield and a meadow by the river Meon, Hants. The lands had been forfeited by Lufa 1, sold for 100 mancuses by King Æthelred 32 to Ealdorman Æthelmær 13, and bequeathed by Æthelmær 13 to New Minster (cf. S 1498).: S842    (982)
 Æthelred 32.S894 confirmation of privileges and lands of Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].: S894    (998)
Confraternity (1)
 Agreement between Old Minster and New Minster, Winchester: This agreement was established between Old Minster and New Minster, as I [Edwin 49] myself heard it (i.e. the agreement) when I was young. Our lord St Æthelwold 1 was lying sick, and the holy Dunstan 1 came to him from Canterbury to visit him. And our superior, Abbot Æthelgar 8, went there, and monks with him, namely Boia 4 the old, and Ælfric 150 the prior, and Ælfnoth 46 the painter, and Ælfwine 54 who is now abbot. And there came monks from Old Minster, namely Ealdwig 3, and Wulfstan 61 the precentor, and Godwine 69 the prior, and many others with him. Then Boia 4 the old monk arose, knelt before St Æthelwold 1, and prayed him that he would establish good regulations between the two minsters in the monks’ days, just as Bishop Frithestan 1 had established in the priests’ days: namely, that the two communities should be one in every divine service; and that was to say, if any priest died in either foundation, they should come all together and bury the body and perform all the services that belong to God; and on the day of the consecration of the church, in Old Minster, the priest from New Minster should come to Old Minster, and be present there at vespers and at nocturns and at mass and at refection; and the priests from Old Minster should come to New Minster on St Judoc’s day just in the same way. And if there were misconduct on the part of any priest in either monastery, he should not go anywhere but he should seek his neighbours and they would intercede for him. When St Æthelwold 1 heard this, lo, he decreed that it should so be now in his time and in that of the monks; and he pronounced the curse of God on all those who should ever undo this. And he gave as a token that the agreement should stand firm, two brown copes, one to Old Minster, and a second to New Minster. : S1428   
Conspiracy/intent to murder (4)
 Anonymi 1465.plotting against Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1465 accused Dunstan 1 of false charges before the king himself and won his expulsion from their company. Then Anonymi 1465 seized Dunstan 1 and threw him, bound hand and foot, into a muddy marsh. He somehow managed to get out of the mire of the river and went to a friend's (Anonymous 505) house a mile away. When the dogs recognised him, they fell silent.: B.VitDunstani  6
 Dunstan 1.vision of his monastery: Dunstan 1 saw one night a vision in which he was back in his monastery. His monks (Anonymi 1474) were singing a canticle, but were unable to find the words to finish it and they all stopped at the same moment. That was a sign of their plotting against him.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Æthelgifu 7.plotting against Dunstan 1: Æthelgifu 7 started persecuting Dunstan 1. Finally, she took advantage of Eadwig 4's increased enmity and brought under her sway all the riches of Dunstan 1's property.: B.VitDunstani  22
Conversation (1)
 Dunstan 1.vision of Wulfred 23: Dunstan 1 had a vision of Wulfred 23 who told him unfamiliar details about heavenly matters. Wulfred 23 also took Dunstan 1 to an undisturbed spot to the south of the church and told him that as a proof of the truth of what he was saying a priest would have been buried on that spot within three days.: B.VitDunstani  9
Correspondence (14)
 Abbo 1.letter to Dunstan 1: Abbo 1 wrote a dedicatory letter to Dunstan 1. This letter forms the preface to the Abbo 1.PassioEdmund.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 988)
 Anonymous 876.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 876 wrote to Dunstan 1 sending him counsels and blessings.: Anon.EpS10    (959 x 988)
 Anonymous 877.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 877 wrote to Dunstan 1 to comfort him in a time of trouble.: Anon.EpS11    (959 x 988)
 Anonymous 878.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 878 clearly knew Dunstan 1 personally and therefore does not take much time to greet him in this letter. Instead, Anonymous 878 recalls the many favours Dunstan 1 had done for him and says that Dunstan 1 had adopted him almost like a son.: Anon.EpS13  pp. 374-6 (959 x 988)
 Anonymous 880.letter to Dunstan 1: Anonymous 880 shows Dunstan 1 great respect and offers him 'unutterable' thanks. He then asks for his book to be returned to him and for other books since he was at Fleury without books.: L.EpS14    (974 x 984)
 Arnulf 1.letter to Dunstan 1: Arnulf 1 wrote to Dunstan 1 begging him to promote friendship between himself and the king (Edgar 11).: Arnulf.EpS4  pp. 359-61 (959 x 988)
 John 24.letter to Dunstan 1: John 24 confirms to Dunstan 1 all the insignia of his predecessors.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.39
 John 24.letter to Edgar 11: John 24 wrote to Edgar 11 granting permission for the ejection of secular canons from the Old Minster, Winchester.: John XII.Ep.Z212    (963)
 John 27.letter to Edgar 11: Following Edgar 11's letter, John 27 wrote to grant privileges for the monastery of St Peter (Westminster), as the king had asked. The members of the congregation had the right to choose their own abbots and deans.: John XIII.Ep.Z174    (967)
 John 27.letter to Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1: Following Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1's request, John 24 wrote to them to grant privileges for the monastery at Glastonbury, accepting to receive it under the protection of the Roman Church. : John XIII.Ep.Z211    (971)
 Oswald 8.letter to Edgar 11: Oswald 8, bishop of Worcester, to King Edgar 11; letter setting out conditions on which he grants leases: S1368    (964)
 Wido 2.instructions for Dunstan 1: Wido 2 instructed Dunstan 1 that the bearers should act in conjunction with Leofsinus 1, the ambassador, if he was still with Dunstan 1.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
 Wido 2.letter to Dunstan 1: Wido 2 saluted Dunstan 1 and then moved on to say that he had been assured of Dunstan 1's kindness or he would not have written so soon after Leofsinus 1's embassy. Wido 2 finished by saying that the crops had failed and then by asking Dunstan 1 for help in this matter.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
 Ælfheah 41.making a will S1458: Having been taken ill, Ælfheah 41 sent to Archbishop Dunstan 1, and he came to him at Shelve, and Ælfheah 41 declared his will to him, and appointed one copy to be sent to Canterbury, Christ Church and another to Rochester, St Andrew's and the third he gave to his widow [Anonymous 957].: S1458   
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 Edgar 11-Oswald 8-others.council: Oswald 8 and all the important leading men (Anonymi 1677) went to meet Edgar 11. When they had solemnly enacted the Easter services, Edgar 11 discharged everyone.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.9-12
Culting/venerating saint(s) (2)
 Dunstan 1.allowing veneration of political martyrs: The blessed Dunstan 1, into whom literary knowledge and the grace of God so bountifully poured, allowed Cynehelm 1, Æthelberht 11 and Wigstan 8 to be adored as martyrs.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.170.3
 Dunstan 1.pallium-receipt: Dunstan 1 arrived in Rome to collect his pallium. He did the rounds of the shrines of the saints, gave alms to help the poor and made his way back home.: B.VitDunstani  28
Death/dying (8)
 Anonymous 507.death: Dusntan 1 went back to the spot indicated by Wulfred 23 in his vision. Anonymous 507 came on the scene and chose for his resting palce the spot indicated by Wulfred 23. He was still in good health, but after a while a fatal illness came upon him. He died and within three days he was buried in the palce previously indicated by Wulfred 23.: B.VitDunstani  9
 Dunstan 1.death: Here Dunstan 1 [CD: departed; E: gave up this life and gained the heavenly one].: ASC (C-F)  988 CDEF(OE and Lat.) (988)
 Dunstan 1.revelation of Eadred 16’s death: Dunstan 1 was sent around, like other trustees of the royal treasure, with the task of bringing back to Eadred 16 what he had stored for safe keeping. On the way back a voice from heaven told him that Eadred 16 had died. At that point his horse was struck dead. When Dunstan 1 arrived, he found that the king had died at the same time as the revelation had been made to him on the road.: B.VitDunstani  20
 Dunstan 1.vision of soul carried to heaven: Dunstan 1 saw the soul of Anonymous 516 being carried to heaven by the angels of God. Next day Ceolwig 1 arrived from Glastonbury to discuss monastic business with Dunstan 1. He confirmed that a pupil of his monastery had died.: B.VitDunstani  34
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 S729 - Edgar 11 granting land to Muchelney 1: King Edgar 11 to Muchelney 1 Abbey; confirmation of liberties, including the right of the community to elect its own abbot after the death of Bishop Ælfwald 34 (of Sherborne): S729    (964)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelflæd 10.death: When Æthelflæd 10 began to be gravely ill, Dunstan 1 looked after her with exceptional attention. He had to be absent from vespers and went later on with his pupils (Anonymi 1467). While he was standing outside the church, he saw a beautiful white dove. The tips of its wings were like sparks of fire. He saw it fly down to Æthelflæd 10's yard. Dunstan 1 went back to her and found her talking aloud. He asked her who she was talking to and she replied that he knew because he had seen 'him on his way'. She had been revealed all the details about her passing. She asked Dunstan 1 to prepare everything for her funeral and she ended her life exactly as the mass ended.: B.VitDunstani  11
Deposition of abbot (1)
 Dunstan 1.expulsion from England by Eadwig 4: In 956 the blessed Abbot Dunstan 1 was expelled by Eadwig 4.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (956)
Deposition of archbishop (1)
 Edgar 11.deposition of Beorhthelm 17: Edgar 11 got to know that Beorhthelm 17 was failing in his duties as archbishop and told him to retrace his steps and take back the office of bishop of Dorset that he had given up. Dunstan 1 was promoted in his stead.: B.VitDunstani  26
Diocese-visiting (2)
 Dunstan 1.visit at Glastonbury: Dunstan 1 strolled from house to house with Ælfsige 21 to view the brothers' communal feeding arrangements and other necessary details of their life.: B.VitDunstani  35
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
Disputing/dispute-settling (4)
 Agreement concerning land in Somerset: Archbishop Dunstan 1 assigned Taunton to Bishop Æthelwold 1 in conformity with the bishop’s charters. And King Edgar 11 then relinquished it, and commanded every one of his thegns who had any land on the estate that they should hold it in conformity with the bishop’s wish, or else give it up. And the king then said that he had no land to grant out, when he durst not, for fear of God, retain the headship himself; and moreover he then put Ruishton under the bishop’s control. And then Wulfgyth 4 rode to me at Combe and sought me. And Emma 2 then, because she was her kinswoman, and Ælfswith 14 because he (i.e. Leofric 74) was her brother, obtained from Bishop Æthelwold 1 that they (i.e. Wulfgyth 4 and Leofric 74) might enjoy the land for their lifetime, and after their death the land should go to Taunton, with produce and men, just as it stood. And with great difficulty the two brought matters to this conclusion. : S1242   
 Dispute concerning the estate at Wouldham, Kent: The history of the 6 sulungs at Wouldham.: S1458   
 Various.dispute over Sunbury S1447: Record of a dispute involving estates at Send, Surrey, and at Sunbury, Middx., and a note of their purchase by Dunstan 1, archbishop.: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Æthelstan 78.disputing with Ramsey: Æthelstan 78, kinsman of Archbishop Oda 1, tried to deny Oda 1's gift of 5 hides at Burwell to Ramsey, alleging that half the land lawfully belonged to his jurisdiction, but Ealdorman Æthelwine 2 granted him 80 gold mancuses for the land.: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  c. 25
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (22)
 Dunstan 1. monastic-buildings-construction: Dunstan 1 surrounded the cloisters on every side with solid monastery buildings, as had long ago been marked out to him by an old man in a vision.: B.VitDunstani  15
 Dunstan 1.dream: While asleep Dunstan 1 saw a very tall tree, which appeared to stretch its branches to east, west, north and south, extending over all Britain. The branches were loaded with countless cowls. At the very top of the tree there was one which was much bigger than the others. In the dream Dunstan 1 asked an angel for the meaning of such a vision: the tree denoted Britain and the big cowl represented Æthelwold 1. The other cowls were the many monks who were to be instructed by his scholarship.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  38
 Dunstan 1.nightmare of bear: While in the middle of a psalm, a light slumber stole up on Dunstan 1. He imagined that a shaggy bear put his feet on his shoulders and sat there. He woke up and tried to strike the bear with his staff but he only struck the church wall. When Dunstan 1 recovered, he started singing the psalm exactly from the point at which he had been overtaken by sleep.: B.VitDunstani  17
 Dunstan 1.revelation of Eadred 16’s death: Dunstan 1 was sent around, like other trustees of the royal treasure, with the task of bringing back to Eadred 16 what he had stored for safe keeping. On the way back a voice from heaven told him that Eadred 16 had died. At that point his horse was struck dead. When Dunstan 1 arrived, he found that the king had died at the same time as the revelation had been made to him on the road.: B.VitDunstani  20
 Dunstan 1.second vision of evil spirit: At Edmund 14's banquet Dunstan 1 saw an evil spirit wandering amid the servants.: B.VitDunstani  33
 Dunstan 1.vision of Wulfred 23: Dunstan 1 had a vision of Wulfred 23 who told him unfamiliar details about heavenly matters. Wulfred 23 also took Dunstan 1 to an undisturbed spot to the south of the church and told him that as a proof of the truth of what he was saying a priest would have been buried on that spot within three days.: B.VitDunstani  9
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
 Dunstan 1.vision of his monastery: Dunstan 1 saw one night a vision in which he was back in his monastery. His monks (Anonymi 1474) were singing a canticle, but were unable to find the words to finish it and they all stopped at the same moment. That was a sign of their plotting against him.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Dunstan 1.vision of his mother married to a king: At night Dunstan 1 had a vision of his mother getting married to a king. In the vision a youth dressed in white taught him an antiphon in praise of the king. When he woke up, Dunstan 1 had the song recorded in writing. The following morning he taught it to all monks and clerics.: B.VitDunstani  29-30
 Dunstan 1.vision of holy virgins singing: At night, it was his custom to go around the holy places singing psalms. First, he went to the 'aedicula' of St Augustine to pray. When he arrived at the church dedicated to the Mother of God, he had a vision of a group of virgins dancing and singing the hymn of Sedulius.: B.VitDunstani  36
 Dunstan 1.vision of monastic buildings: Dunstan 1 saw an old man leading him through the precincts of the church. He pointed to him the monastery buildings which were to be built during Dunstan 1's abbacy.: B.VitDunstani  3
 Dunstan 1.vision of soul carried to heaven: Dunstan 1 saw the soul of Anonymous 516 being carried to heaven by the angels of God. Next day Ceolwig 1 arrived from Glastonbury to discuss monastic business with Dunstan 1. He confirmed that a pupil of his monastery had died.: B.VitDunstani  34
 Dunstan 1.vision of spirit carrying message: Dunstan 1 saw an unknown, perhaps devil, perhaps spirit, carrying a long scroll covered with writing. When Dunstan 1 asked who he was, the man replied that he was from the eastern kingdom and he carried a private message for Edmund 14. When he was announced tot he king, he was nowhere to be found. On the same day Edmund 14 was killed by a treacherous assassin.: B.VitDunstani  33
 Dunstan 1.vision of three apostles: Dunstan 1 had a vision. He imagined he was having to make a hurried journey to Rome, when Peter, Paul and Andrew appeared to him on the road. Andrew struck him a smart blow with the stick he carried. When Dunstan 1 woke up, he asked the monk who slept in his room (Anonymous 511) who had had the nerve to strike him . The monk replied that nobody had done so. Then Dunstan 1 realised who had hit him.: B.VitDunstani  20
 Eadgyth 4.ecclesiastic career: Holy virgin Eadgyth 4, buried in Wilton, was consecrated to God from her infancy. When Bishop Æthelwold 1 rebuked her for wearing rich clothes, inappropriate for her monastic status, she replied that even mourning clothes can be to show off, whereas golden clothes can conceal a pure unblemished mind. Dunstan 1 foretold her death at the age of 23. He also saw a vision of her after her death.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.2-6
 Edgar 11.birth: When Ælfgifu 3 had given birth to Edgar 11, Dunstan 1 heard voices of heavenly beings singing psalms and saying, 'Peace of the English in the time of the boy now born and of our Dunstan 1.': Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Lanfranc 1.vision of Dunstan 1: Lanfranc 1 enjoyed the lavish favour of St Dunstan 1. If he ever was hesitant to act, fearful that it might turn ill, the saint would come to him in a dream to reveal the subtle tricks of his enemies and show the way to bypass them. Once, indeed, when Lanfranc 1 was ill and weary of his lingering life, Dunstan 1 appeared in a vision and seemed to wrestle with him, so rescuing him from his peril and restoring his to health.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.43.7
 Ælfgar 31.vision of Dunstan 1: Ælfgar 31, keeping vigil of the Ascension two days prior Dunstan 1's death, saw a vision of Dunstan 1 praised by angels. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.74.6-8
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelflæd 10.death: When Æthelflæd 10 began to be gravely ill, Dunstan 1 looked after her with exceptional attention. He had to be absent from vespers and went later on with his pupils (Anonymi 1467). While he was standing outside the church, he saw a beautiful white dove. The tips of its wings were like sparks of fire. He saw it fly down to Æthelflæd 10's yard. Dunstan 1 went back to her and found her talking aloud. He asked her who she was talking to and she replied that he knew because he had seen 'him on his way'. She had been revealed all the details about her passing. She asked Dunstan 1 to prepare everything for her funeral and she ended her life exactly as the mass ended.: B.VitDunstani  11
 Æthelstan 37.vision of king falling asleep: Æthelstan 37 had a vision in which he saw the king, his nobles and all his great men seated in the banqueting-hall. The king fell sound asleep and almost all his magnates left their human form and changed into goats. Æthelstan 37 asked Dunstan 1 for an interpretation of this dream. Dunstan 1 said that the king falling asleep was a portent of his death and all his noblemen turning into beasts was a sign of the future, when almost all princes would stray from the path of truth.: B.VitDunstani  32, 34
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Easter-observance (1)
 Edgar 11-Oswald 8-others.council: Oswald 8 and all the important leading men (Anonymi 1677) went to meet Edgar 11. When they had solemnly enacted the Easter services, Edgar 11 discharged everyone.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.9-12
Eating (1)
 Dunstan 1.death: Dunstan 1 delivered his last sermons on Ascension Day and completed the celebration of mass unscathed. After the meal that followed, he went to rest as usual in summer time. Then a violent illness came upon him and he died after three days.: B.VitDunstani  38
Education/teaching (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Election of bishop (4)
 Dunstan 1.elevation-episcopacy: Dunstan 1 was elected to the bishopric of Worcester: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Dunstan 1.episcopal consecration: Dunstan 1 was chosen to be bishop and consecrated at a council which took place at Bradford.: B.VitDunstani  25
 Dunstan 1.episcopal consecration of Æthelwold 1: Edgar 11 chose Æthelwold 1 for the see of Winchester and Dunstan 1 consecrated him.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Oswald 8.episcopal consecration: Dunstan 1 asked Edgar 11 that the bishopric of Worcester be given to Oswald 8. The latter was elected and consecrated by the bishops.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.5
Embassy (5)
 Dunstan 1.journey to Rome: Dunstan 1 set out for Rome to collect the pallium. After a long journey all their provisions were exhausted. His steward (Anonymous 514) reproached Dunstan 1 for lavishing all the food on their people and others. In that same town the emissaries (Anonymi 1478) of a certain abbot (Anonymous 515) had been waiting for Dunstan 1. They appeared before him with rich presents and all the local delicacies. Therefore, Dunstan 1 and his companions were able to travel quickly for a long time, living well on the gifts provided.: B.VitDunstani  27
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Leofsinus 1.embassy with Dunstan 1: Just before Wido 2 had written this letter, Leofsinus 1 had visited Dunstan 1 as an ambassador.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
 Wido 2.instructions for Dunstan 1: Wido 2 instructed Dunstan 1 that the bearers should act in conjunction with Leofsinus 1, the ambassador, if he was still with Dunstan 1.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
 Wido 2.letter to Dunstan 1: Wido 2 saluted Dunstan 1 and then moved on to say that he had been assured of Dunstan 1's kindness or he would not have written so soon after Leofsinus 1's embassy. Wido 2 finished by saying that the crops had failed and then by asking Dunstan 1 for help in this matter.: Wido.EpS17    (981 x 986)
Embroidering (1)
 Dunstan 1-Æthelwynn 1.miracle of lyre: Æthelwynn 1 summoned Dunstan 1 to ask him to embroider her a vestment intended for divine worship. Dunstan 1 took with him his lyre and while this was hanging on the wall of the chamber, it started sounding out a loud anthem, without anyone touching it.: B.VitDunstani  12
Exhumation (2)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfhere 10.bringing of Edward 12’s body from Wareham to Shaftesbury: [DE: Here in this year] [F(OE): Dunstan 1 and] Ælfhere 10 [F(Lat.): with Dunstan 1] brought the body of the king [sc. Edward 12] from Wareham and carried it [DEF(Lat.): with great honour] to Shaftesbury.: ASC (DEF)  980 DEF(OE and Lat.) (979)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Exile (5)
 Anonymi 1475.shelter to Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1475 gave Dunstan 1 shelter, but they incurred the raging wrath of Eadwig 4 at their own cost. Dunstan 1 was thus forced into exile.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Dunstan 1.exile: In the same year [F(OE and Lat.) substitutes: Here] Dunstan 1 was driven overseas [F(OE) substitutes: out of England by Eadwig 4].: ASC (DEF)  957 DF(OE and Lat.) (956)
 Dunstan 1.expulsion from England by Eadwig 4: In 956 the blessed Abbot Dunstan 1 was expelled by Eadwig 4.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (956)
 Eadwig 4.putting of Dunstan 1 to flight from country: Eadwig 4 put Dunstan 1 to flight from the country.: ASC  955 AF(OE and Lat.)
 Oda 1.marital separation of Eadwig 4 and Ælfgifu 2: Eadwig 4 fell into disrepute for his headstrong behaviour and fleshly licentiousness, and so provoked the bishop [Oda 1] that he put him under a ban, and furthermore cut short the reign of his strumpet [Ælfgifu 2] by first exiling and then hamstringing her. The king retaliated by conduction a furious assault on the monks of all Britain that no one but Oda 1 and Dunstan 1, then an abbot, ventured to resist even verbally.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
Exorcism (1)
 Dunstan 1.temptations: Dunstan 1 was tempted three times by the Devil while he was praying. The first time the Devil tempted him in the form of a bear, then in the form of a dog and finally he came as a fox. Dunstan 1 gave the sign of cross and the Devil vanished.: B.VitDunstani  16
Expulsion (6)
 Anonymi 1465.plotting against Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1465 accused Dunstan 1 of false charges before the king himself and won his expulsion from their company. Then Anonymi 1465 seized Dunstan 1 and threw him, bound hand and foot, into a muddy marsh. He somehow managed to get out of the mire of the river and went to a friend's (Anonymous 505) house a mile away. When the dogs recognised him, they fell silent.: B.VitDunstani  6
 Dunstan 1.exile: In the same year [F(OE and Lat.) substitutes: Here] Dunstan 1 was driven overseas [F(OE) substitutes: out of England by Eadwig 4].: ASC (DEF)  957 DF(OE and Lat.) (956)
 Dunstan 1.expulsion from England by Eadwig 4: In 956 the blessed Abbot Dunstan 1 was expelled by Eadwig 4.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (956)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 John 24.letter to Edgar 11: John 24 wrote to Edgar 11 granting permission for the ejection of secular canons from the Old Minster, Winchester.: John XII.Ep.Z212    (963)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Feasting/banqueting (3)
 Dunstan 1.second vision of evil spirit: At Edmund 14's banquet Dunstan 1 saw an evil spirit wandering amid the servants.: B.VitDunstani  33
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Æthelstan 37.vision of king falling asleep: Æthelstan 37 had a vision in which he saw the king, his nobles and all his great men seated in the banqueting-hall. The king fell sound asleep and almost all his magnates left their human form and changed into goats. Æthelstan 37 asked Dunstan 1 for an interpretation of this dream. Dunstan 1 said that the king falling asleep was a portent of his death and all his noblemen turning into beasts was a sign of the future, when almost all princes would stray from the path of truth.: B.VitDunstani  32, 34
Flight (1)
 Eadwig 4.putting of Dunstan 1 to flight from country: Eadwig 4 put Dunstan 1 to flight from the country.: ASC  955 AF(OE and Lat.)
Forfeiture (6)
 Edgar 11.S753 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; grant of 1.5 hides (cassati) at Cealuadune (Chaldon, Surrey). Half the land had been forfeited by Eadwald 29 for theft: S753    (967)
 Edgar 11.restoring land to Ælfric 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury 1; restoration of 10 hides at Eastcourt. The land had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.252 (974)
 S687 - Edgar 11 restoring lands to Wulfric 22: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 22, minister: restitution of forfeited lands at Æscesburuh (Woolstone), Denchworth, Garford, Chieveley, Stanmore in Beedon, Chaddleworth, Boxford, Benham, Berks.; Worting, Tichborne, Hants.; Stedham, Tillington, Patching, Poynings and Newtimber, Sussex: S687    (960)
 S753 - Edgar 11 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; grant of 1.5 hides at Cealuadune (Chaldon, Surrey). Half the land had been forfeited by Eadwald 29 for theft.: S753    (967)
 S796 - Edgar 11 restoring land to Ælfric 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury; restoration of 10 hides (manentes) at Eastcourt in Crudwell, Wilts. The land had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: S796    (974)
 S797 - Edgar 11 restoring land to Ælfric 71: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury; restoration of land at Nene which had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: S797    (974)
Friendship-making (3)
 Arnulf 1.letter to Dunstan 1: Arnulf 1 wrote to Dunstan 1 begging him to promote friendship between himself and the king (Edgar 11).: Arnulf.EpS4  pp. 359-61 (959 x 988)
 Oswald 8.staying with Oscytel 5: Oswald 8 went to Oscytel 5, who kept him for several days, introducing him to all his friends, and particularly to Dunstan 1.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Grant and Gift (229)
 Anonymous 515.granting gifts to Dunstan 1: gifts and delicacies: B.VitDunstani  27
 Beorhtfrith 11.S1450 exchanging with Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450   
 Dunstan 1.S1295 granting land to Westminster 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 10, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Wulfnoth 7: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 10, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Æthelwold 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 exchanging with Edgar 11: King Edgar 11 to St Peter's, Westminster 1; grant of 6 hides (cassati) at Lohtheres leage (lost, in Hendon, Middx), purchased by Archbishop Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 gold solidi and previously in the possession of Wulfmær 14.: S1450    (972)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 purchasing land: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450    (978)
 Dunstan 1.S568 exchanging with Eadred 16: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Dunstan 1.S894 purchasing land from Edward 12: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 12, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 Dunstan 1.S894 purchasing land from Ælfheah 33: Ælfheah 33, dux, to Dunstan 1; sale of 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx. for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19.: S894   
 Dunstan 1.church-endowing: Dunstan 1 supported and enriched the churches of God near and far out of his legitimately acquired wealth.: B.VitDunstani  37
 Dunstan 1.gifts to Abbo 1: Dunstan 1 lavished many bounties on Abbo 1.: Abbo.Acrostic1  ll. 7-8
 Dunstan 1.granting land to Westminster: Dunstan 1 bought the land at Shepperton and granted it to Westminster and Abbot Wulfsige 36.: S1130    (1051 x 1066)
 Dunstan 1.granting money to Saint Geneviève, Paris: gifts of money: Anon.EpS8  p. 366
 Dunstan 1.journey to Rome: Dunstan 1 set out for Rome to collect the pallium. After a long journey all their provisions were exhausted. His steward (Anonymous 514) reproached Dunstan 1 for lavishing all the food on their people and others. In that same town the emissaries (Anonymi 1478) of a certain abbot (Anonymous 515) had been waiting for Dunstan 1. They appeared before him with rich presents and all the local delicacies. Therefore, Dunstan 1 and his companions were able to travel quickly for a long time, living well on the gifts provided.: B.VitDunstani  27
 Dunstan 1.restoring Malmesbury: In the days of King Edgar 11 Archbishop Dunstan 1 did much for the restoration and ornamentation of the Malmesbury abbey. He even gave to it large bells and an organ with bronze pipes.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.255.1-3
 Eadred 16.S568 exchanging with Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Eadred 16.granting land to Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1; grant of 2 hides at Twinam, i.e. Christchurch, Hants..: S1741    (954)
 Eadred 16.refounding of Abingdon: Following Eadgifu 4's request, Eadred 16 decided to give Æthelwold 1 a place called Abingdon, where there had been a small monastery which had been neglecrted and forlorn. With the consent of Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1 took charge of this place and was ordained abbot. Several clerics in minor orders joined him.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  11
 Eadric 14.S524 granting land to Dunstan 1: Eadric 14, comes, to Dunstan 1; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Ashdown Park in Ashbury, Berks.: S524    (947 x 988)
 Edgar 11-Dunstan 1.restoration of Glastonbury monastery: Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1 restored the monastery of Glastobury, endowed it with many possessions and established there a larger group of monks.: John XIII.Ep.Z211   
 Edgar 11.S753 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; grant of 1.5 hides (cassati) at Cealuadune (Chaldon, Surrey). Half the land had been forfeited by Eadwald 29 for theft: S753    (967)
 Edgar 11.grant to Dunstan 1 of bishopric of London: [Edgar 11] afterwards gave [Dunstan 1] [F(Lat.) substitutes: augmented (the bishopric of Worcester) with] the bishopric of London .: ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (959)
 Edgar 11.grant to Dunstan 1 of bishopric of Worcester: [Edgar 11] gave him [sc. Dunstan 1] the bishopric of Worcester.: ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (959)
 Edgar 11.restoring land to Ælfric 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 48, abbot of Malmesbury 1; restoration of 10 hides at Eastcourt. The land had been forfeited by Æthelnoth 29.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.252 (974)
 Edmund 14.S466 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 Edmund 14.grant of Glastonbury to Dunstan 1: Here Edmund 14 granted Glastonbury to Dunstan 1.: ASC  942 AF(OE and Lat.)
 Edmund 14.granting land and riches to Dunstan 1: many land charters and various riches: B.VitDunstani  19
 Edward 12.S894 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 35, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 John 27.letter to Edgar 11: Following Edgar 11's letter, John 27 wrote to grant privileges for the monastery of St Peter (Westminster), as the king had asked. The members of the congregation had the right to choose their own abbots and deans.: John XIII.Ep.Z174    (967)
 John 27.letter to Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1: Following Edgar 11 and Dunstan 1's request, John 24 wrote to them to grant privileges for the monastery at Glastonbury, accepting to receive it under the protection of the Roman Church. : John XIII.Ep.Z211    (971)
 S1210 - Eadwulf 36 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church: Eadwulf 36, dux, to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop, and Canterbury, Christ Church; grant of land at Darenth and Meopham, Kent: S1210    (940)
 S1213 - Wulfstan 22 granting land to Bury St Edmunds: Wulfstan 22 to St Edmund's Abbey, Beodrichesworth [Bury St Edmunds]; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Palgrave, Suffolk: S1213    (962)
 S1214 - Vua 1 granting land to Evesham 1: Vua 1 (? Ufa), the Hwede, vicecomes of Warwick, to Evesham 1 Abbey; grant of 6.5 hides at Wixford and Temple Grafton, Warwicks.: S1214    (962)
 S1215 - Æthelflæd 13 exchanging with Ælfwald 33: [Eadwald 30] and Æthelflæd 13 to Ælfwald 33; grant of a swine-pasture at Heronden in Tenterden, Kent, in return for 1450 pence: S1215    (968)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S1450 - Edgar 11 granting land to Westminster 1: King Edgar 11 to the church of St Peter, Westminster 1; restoration of 5 hides (mansiunculae) on the north side of the river Thames between the Tyburn and the Fleet, Middx, with an additional grant of 5 hides at Blecceanham (Blechenham, lost, in Hendon). : S1450    (959)
 S1450 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to the church of Westminster 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Hampstead, Middx.: S1450    (986)
 S466 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S509 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to St Mary's, Glastonbury: S509    (946)
 S520 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 25: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 25; grant of 7 hides (manentes) at Warkton, Northants.: S520    (946)
 S544 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelmær 6: King Eadred 16 to Æthelmær 6, praeses; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Chetwode and Hillesden, Bucks. : S544    (949)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
 S552a - Eadred 16 granting land to Barking 1: King Eadred 16 to the monastic community at Barking 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Lippanwelle (? in Barnstaple hundred) and 4 at Ciricdune (? at Chingford, Essex).: S552a    (950)
 S555 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfhere 10: King Eadred 16 to Ælfhere 10, his kinsman; grant of 20 hides (mansiunculae) at Buckland (Denham), Somerset: S555    (951)
 S556 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 31: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 31, miles; grant of 5 hides at Haddon, Hunts.: S556    (951)
 S557 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfhelm 21: King Eadred 16 to Wulfhelm 21, miles; grant of land at Marchington, Staffs.: S557    (951)
 S559 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfwine 11: King Eadred 16 to Ælfwine 11, vassalus; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Barkham, Berks.: S559    (953 x 955)
 S568 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 S571 - Eadred 16 granting land to Beorhtric 8: King Eadred 16 to Beorhtric 8, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Rimpton, Somerset: S571    (956)
 S597 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Ælric 2: King Eadwig 4 to Ælric 2, his adoptivus parens; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hanney, Berks.: S597    (956)
 S605 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Eadwig 4 to Æthelwold 1, abbot, and his abbey at Abingdon 1; grant of 20 hides (mansiunculae) at Abingdon: S605    (955 x 956)
 S633 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Worcester 1: King Eadwig 4 to Worcester 1 minster, at the instance of Beorhtnoth 12; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Phepson in Himbleton, Worcs., with salt-furnaces: S633    (956)
 S663 - Eadwig 4 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Eadwig 4 to Æthelwold 1, abbot, and the monks at Abingdon; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Hinksey, Seacourt and Wytham, Berks.: S663    (956)
 S668 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadric 15: King Edgar 11 to Eadric 15, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Winterburnan (Winterbourne Bassett, Wilts.), of which 5 hides lie in the common land: S668    (972)
 S669 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelnoth 28: King Edgar 11 to Æthelnoth 28, his faithful man; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Clyst wicon (? Clyst St Mary, Devon): S669    (961)
 S671 - Edgar 11 granting land to Rochester, St Andrew’s and Ælfstan 39: King Edgar 11 to Rochester, St Andrew's, and Ælfstan 39, bishop of Rochester; grant of 10 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Bromley, Kent: S671    (973)
 S672 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfstan 42: King Edgar 11 to Ælfstan 42, miles; grant of [7 hides at] Harwell, Berks.: S672    (956)
 S674 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 30, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Orton (Waterville), Hunts.: S674    (958)
 S675 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelric 22: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Æthelric 22, his minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Wootton, Oxon.: S675    (958)
 S676 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelstan 31: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Æthelstan 31, his comes / bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Ham, Essex: S676    (958)
 S676a - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadwald 24: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Eadwald 24, his minister; grant of 3 hides (mansiunculae) at Coundon, Warwicks.: S676a    (958)
 S677 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ealhstan 19: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, Northumbrians and Britons, to Ealhstan 19, his faithful minister; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Staunton on Arrow, Herefords., and a messuage (haga) in Hereford, in return for 40 mancuses of gold: S677    (958)
 S678 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eanwulf 19: Edgar 11, king of the Mercians, to Eanwulf 19, his minister; grant of 14 hides (mansiunculae) at Ducklington, Oxon., with the old church at Astlea and appurtenant land: S678    (958)
 S679 - Edgar 11 granting land to Oscytel 5: King Edgar 11 to Oscytel 5, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Sutton, Notts.: S679    (958)
 S680 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwine 13: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwine 13, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Highclere, Hants.: S680    (959)
 S681 - Edgar 11 granting land to Quen: King Edgar 11 to Quen, his faithful matrona; grant of land at Howden and Old Drax, Yorks., with dependencies at Howden, Knedlington, Barnhill (Hall, west of Howden), Caville (in Eastrington), Thorpe Lidget, Hive, Eastrington, Belby (in Howden) and Kilpin, all Yorks.: S681    (959)
 S682 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to the church of Abingon, St Mary's; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Drayton, Berks.: S682    (960)
 S683 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhthelm 21: King Edgar 11 to his kinsman Beorhthelm 21, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Bishopstoke, Hants., for his lifetime, with reversion to Winchester, Old Minster 1: S683    (960)
 S684 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eanwulf 20: King Edgar 11 to Eanwulf 20, his faithful minister; grant of 9 hides (cassati) at Tywarnhayle in Perranzabuloe and St Agnes, and 2 (mansae) at Bosowsa in Ladock, Cornwall: S684    (960)
 S685 - Edgar 11 granting land to Oswulf 19: King Edgar 11 to Oswulf 19, bishop; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts.: S685    (960)
 S688 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Burbage, Wilts.: S688    (961)
 S689 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants., and 13 predia in Winchester, with the bounds of Crux Easton, Hants.: S689    (961)
 S690 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 22 hides (cassati) at Ringwood, Hants.: S690    (961)
 S691 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 44: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 44, his faithful minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) in the common land at Ardington, Berks.: S691    (961)
 S692 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwald 46: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwald 46, his faithful minister; grant of one hide (cassa for cassatus) at Evesty (lost) on the river Camelar (Cam Brook), Somerset: S692    (961)
 S693 - Edgar 11 granting land to Athulf 8: King Edgar 11 to Athulf 8, his faithful minister; grant, for three lives, of 10 hides (mansae) at Kilmeston, woodland at Milbarrow Down, near Bishops Waltham, Hants., an a messuage (haga) at Winchester, with an annual rent and eventual reversion to St Peter's (Old Minster, Winchester): S693    (961)
 S695 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhthelm 21: King Edgar 11 to Beorhthelm 21, bishop; grant of 7.5 hides at Easton near Winchester, Hants.: S695    (961)
 S696 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beornsige 2: King Edgar 11 to Byrnsige [Beornsige 2], minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S696    (961)
 S697 - Edgar 11 granting land to Cenwulf 7: King Edgar 11 to Cenwulf 7, his faithful man; grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Withiel Florey, Somerset: S697    (961)
 S698 - Edgar 11 granting land to Eadric 15: King Edgar 11 to Eadric 15, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Hamstede: S698    (961)
 S699 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Avington, Hants.: S699    (961)
 S700 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 3 hides (cassati) in the common land at Hendred, Berks.: S700    (692)
 S701 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of a vineyard at Watchet, Somerset, and miscellaneous rights including royal dues at Southampton, at Hwitan Clife, and at Portmanna hythe: S701    (962)
 S702 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 33: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 33, his kinsman; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Sunbury, Middx.: S702    (962)
 S703 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelflæd 12: King Edgar 11 to Æthelflæd 12, matrona; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Chelsworth, Suffolk: S703    (962)
 S704 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthel...e 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthel...e 1 , his minister; grant of 3 perticae at Sorley in Churchstow, Devon: S704    (962)
 S705 - Edgar 11 granting land to Edwin 8: King Edgar 11 to Edwin 8, his faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S705    (962)
 S706 - Edgar 11 granting land to Titstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Titstan 1, his faithful cubicularius; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Afene (Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S706    (962)
 S707 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfmær 4: King Edgar 11 to Wulfmær 4, his faithful minster; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Hilmarton and Littlecott, Wilts.: S707    (962)
 S708 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Easthall (cf. East Hale Bottom, near Eastbourne), Sussex: S708    (963)
 S709 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 45: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 45, his faithful minister; grant of 1 hide (mansa), less a half pertica, at Manworthy in Milverton, Somerset: S709    (963)
 S710 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 47: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 47, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at East Orchard, Dorset: S710    (963)
 S711 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 48: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 48, his faithful decurio; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at Stanton Prior, Somerset: S711    (963)
 S712 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æsclac 1: King Edgar 11 to Æsclac 1; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Sherburn-in-Elmet, Yorks., with dependencies at Hibaldes tofte, (Monk) Fryston, Hillam, Lumby, (South) Milford, Steeton, Micklefield, Lotherton, Church Fenton, and Cawood, all in Yorks.: S712    (963)
 S712a - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelfrith 22: King Edgar 11 to Æthelfrith 22; grant of 5 hides (mansi) at Ballidon, Derbys.: S712a    (963)
 S713 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelsige 8: King Edgar 11 to Æthelsige 8, his camerarius; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at 'Sparsholt' (i.e. Fawler), one hide at Balking and a mill at Hirdegrafe (probably in Steventon), Berks.: S713    (963)
 S714 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of 24 hides (cassati) at Washington, Sussex: S714    (963)
 S715 - Edgar 11 granting land to himself: King Edgar 11 to himself; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Patney, Wilts.: S715    (963)
 S716 - Edgar 11 granting land to Gunner 2: King Edgar 11 to Gunner 2, his faithful dux; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Newbald, Yorks.: S716    (963)
 S717 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ingeram 1: King Edgar 11 to Ingeram 1, his faithful minister; grant of 7 hides (cassati) at Vange, Essex: S717    (963)
 S718 - Edgar 11 granting land to Meon, St Andrew’s: King Edgar 11 to the church of Meon, St Andrew, Meon; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Ambersham, Sussex: S718    (963)
 S719 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wynnstan 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnstan 3, his faithful camerarius; grant of 3 hides (cassati) in the common land at Afene (? Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S719    (963)
 S720 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfgeat 2: King Edgar 11 to Wulfgeat 2, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Duddestone (? Duddeston near Birmingham, Warwicks.) and 3 at Ernlege (? Upper Arley, Worcs.): S720    (963)
 S721 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfhelm 23: King Edgar 11 to Wulfhelm 23, his minister; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Otheri (apparently Ottery St Mary, Devon): S721    (963)
 S722 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfnoth 6: King Edgar 11 to Wulfnoth 6, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Hocan edisce: S722    (963)
 S723 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfric 32: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 32, his minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Plesc (? Plaish in Cardington) and at Church Aston, Salop.: S723    (963)
 S724 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon, St Mary's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Hendred, Berks.: S724    (964)
 S725 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfthryth 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfthryth 8, his queen; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Aston Upthorpe, Berks.: S725    (964)
 S726 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtnoth 13: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtnoth 13, his comes; grant of 2 hides (mansiunculae) at Cookley in Wolverley, Worcs.: S726    (964)
 S728 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ghent, St Peter’s: King Edgar 11 to Ghent, St Peter’s; grant of land in Lewisham, Greenwich, Woolwich, Mottingham and Coombe, Kent: S728    (964)
 S730 - Edgar 11 granting land to Sigestan 1: King Edgar 11 to Sigestan 1, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) in the common land at Teffont, Wilts.: S730    (964)
 S731 - Edgar 11 granting land to Worcester, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Worcester, St Mary’s Abbey; grant of privileges for land at Cropthorne, Overbury, Pendock, Worcs.; Teddington, Gloucs.; Mitton in Bredon, Sedgeberrow, Worcs.; Northwick in Blockley, Evenlode, Daylesford, Dorn in Batsford, Icomb, Gloucs.; Shipston-on-Stour, Blackwell in Tredington, Warwicks.; Grimley, Little Witley, Knightwick, Hallow, Harvington, Bredon, Worcs.; Blockley, Gloucs.; Tredington, Warwicks; together with the creation of the triple Hundred of Oswaldslow: S731    (963)
 S732 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Beedon, Berks.: S732    (965)
 S733 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Denchworth, Berks.: S733    (965)
 S734 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1 S734: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Marcham, Berks.: S734    (965)
 S735 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æscwig 4: King Edgar 11 to Æscwig 4, abbot of St Peter's, Bath; grant of 7.5 hides (mansiunculae) at Stanton Prior, Somerset: S735    (965)
 S736 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfheard 21: King Edgar 11 to Wulfheard 21, his faithful man; grant of 3 virgae at Cheselbourne, Dorset: S736    (965)
 S737 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfgifu 4: King Edgar 11 to Ælfgifu 4, his kinswoman; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Linslade, Bucks.: S737    (966)
 S738 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfgifu 4: King Edgar 11 to Ælfgifu 4, his kinswoman; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Newnham Murren, Oxon.: S738    (966)
 S739 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 6: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 6, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Parwich, Derbys. : S739    (966)
 S740 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 32: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 34, bishop; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Isle Abbotts, Somerset: S740    (966)
 S742 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfthryth 8: King Edgar 11 to Ethelred (Ælfthryth 8) his wife; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Buckland (Newton), Dorset: S742    (966)
 S743 - Edgar 11 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (mansiunculae) at (Podimore) Milton, Somerset: S743    (966)
 S744 - Edgar 11 granting land to Shaftesbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 10 hides (cassati) at Uppidelen (Piddletrenthide, Dorset), originally granted by the king's grandmother, Wynnflæd 4: S744    (966)
 S745 - Edgar 11 refounding Winchester, New Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster; refoundation and grant of privileges: S745    (966)
 S746 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 5 hides at Donnington, 28 at Southease, 10 at Telscombe, Sussex, and 2 at Winterburna (Addeston in Maddington, Wilts.): S746    (966)
 S747 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 33 & Ælfswith 7: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 33, his faithful comes, and Ælfswith 7, Ælfheah 33's, wife; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Merton and Dulwich, Surrey: S747    (967)
 S748 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfsige 68: King Edgar 11 to Ælfsige 68, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Eastune: S748    (967)
 S749 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1 & Breedon-on-the-Hill: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, for the church of Breedon-on-the-Hill, Leics.; grant of 13 hides (cassati) at Breedon, Wilson, Ætheres dune (? Atterton) and Diseworth, Leics.: S749    (972)
 S750 - Edgar 11 granting land to Byrhtnoth 1: King Edgar 11 to Byrhtnoth 1, his comes: grant of land at Bragenfelda (? Cold Brayfield, Bucks., or Brafield-on-the-Green, Northants.): S750    (967)
 S751 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtnoth 17: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtnoth 17, his faithful minister; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Suthtune (Ullington in Pebworth, Gloucs.), and at Bickmarsh, Worcs., with regrant of the land by Beorhtnoth 17 to Worcester, St Mary's 1, on his son's [Anonymous 900] admission to the minster: S751    (967)
 S753 - Edgar 11 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edgar 11 to Dunstan 1, archbishop; grant of 1.5 hides at Cealuadune (Chaldon, Surrey). Half the land had been forfeited by Eadwald 29 for theft.: S753    (967)
 S754 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wynnflæd 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnflæd 3, the noble matrona; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at (East and West) Meon, and Farnfield in Privett, Hants.: S754    (967)
 S755 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfnoth Rumuncant 1: King Edgar 11 to Wulfnoth Rumuncant 1, his faithful vassalus; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Lesneage and Pennare in St Keverne, Cornwall: S755    (967)
 S756 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 72 hides (cassati) at Bedwyn, Wilts. : S756    (958 x 968)
 S757 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Cumnor, Berks.: S757    (968)
 S758 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Fyfield, Berks. : S758    (968)
 S759 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 10 or 20 hides (cassati) at Hanney, Berks. : S759    (968)
 S760 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Oare, Berks.: S760    (968)
 S761 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwine 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwine 30, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Boxford, Berks. : S761    (968)
 S762 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtgifu 1: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtgifu 1, his faithful lady; grant of 3 iugera at Ealderescumbe: S762    (968)
 S763 - Edgar 11 granting land to Edwin 8: King Edgar 11 to Edwin 8, his faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S763    (968)
 S764 - Edgar 11 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Sturminster Newton, Dorset: S764    (968)
 S767 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wilton 1: King Edgar 11 to Wilton 1 Abbey; grant of 2 hides (cassati) near Wilton, Wilts., formerly owned by Regenweard 1, mercator: S767    (968)
 S768 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfric 37: King Edgar 11 to Wulfric 37, bishop (? of Hereford); grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Stantun (? Stanton by Newhall, Derbys.): S768    (968)
 S769 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfstan 21: King Edgar 11 to Wulfstan 21, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Whistley, Berks.: S769    (968)
 S770 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfheah 37 & Morwrei 1: King Edgar 11 to Ælfheah 37, his man, and Ælfheah's wife, Morwrei 1; grant of 2 hides (mansae) and one pertica at Lamorran and Trenowth in Probus, Cornwall: S770    (969)
 S771 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 11: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 11, his faithful minister; grant of 30 hides (cassati) at Witney, Oxon., with appurtenant meadow: S771    (969)
 S772 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 45: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 45, his faithful minister; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Apsley Guise, Beds.: S772    (969)
 S773 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfwald 30: King Edgar 11 to Ælfwald 46, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Kineton, Warwicks.: S773    (969)
 S775 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfswith 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfswith 8, widow and nun; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Idmiston, Wilts.: S775    (970)
 S776 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester; grant of the minster of Ely and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., in exchange for land at Harting, Sussex: S776    (970)
 S777 - Edgar 11 and Bath, St Peter’s exchanging: King Edgar 11 to the church of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Clifton, near Bath, in exchange for 100 mancuses of gold and 10 hides (mansae) at Cumtun (Chilcompton or Compton Dando, Somerset). The land is to be for the use of the monks, just as Abbot Æscwig 4 obtained it.: S777    (970)
 S778 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtheah 4: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtheah 4, his faithful deacon; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Kingston Bagpuize, Berks.: S778    (970)
 S780 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) in the common land at Linden End in Aldreth, Cambs.: S780    (970)
 S781 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Stoke near Ipswich, Suffolk: S781    (970)
 S782 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs., for Peterborough Abbey, in return for 40 pounds of silver and a golden cross: S782    (971)
 S783 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of privileges: S783    (971)
 S784 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfflæd 15: King Edgar 11 to Ælfflæd 15; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Kennett (i.e. Overton), Wilts. : S784    (972)
 S785 - Edgar 11 granting land to Bath 1: King Edgar 11 to Bath 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (mansiunculae) at Corston, Somerset: S785    (972)
 S786 - Edgar 11 granting privileges and restoring land to Pershore 1: King Edgar 11 to Pershore 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and restoration of land at Pershore, and of 10 hides (mansi) at Bricklehampton, 10 at Comberton, 5 at Pensham in Pershore St Andrew, 16 at Eckington, 10 at Birlingham, 10 at Defford, 10 at Strensham, 10 at Besford, land at Cromban (? Croombe Perry in Pirton), 10 hides at Severn Stoke, 10 hides at Pirton, 4 at Wadborough in Pershore Holy Cross, 3 at Chevington ibid., 3 at Broughton ibid., 10 at Peopleton, 10 at Snodsbury, 7 at Naunton Beauchamp, 4 at Abberton, 5 at Wihtlafestune (? North Piddle), 5 at Flyford, 5 at Grafton Flyford, 5 at Dormston, 5 at Martin Hussingtree, 3 at Broughton Hackett, 2 at Libbery in Grafton Flyford, 30 at Longdon, 7 at Powick, 3 at Beornothesleahe (Leigh), all in Worcs.; 3 at Acton Beauchamp, Herefords.; 40 at South Stoke (i.e. Hawkesbury), Hillesley, Tresham, Kilcott, Oldbury on the Hill, Didmarton, Badminton and Hawkesbury Upton, 10 at Dyrham, 5 at Longney, 6 at Lydney, 6 at Wyegate, all in Gloucs.; 5 at Beoley, 5 at Yardley, Worcs.; 10 at Sture (Alderminster, Warwicks.); 20 at Broadway, Worcs.; 5 at Coltune; 10 at Childs Wickham, Gloucs.; sites for vats at Middlewich and Netherwich in Droitwich, furnaces at Witton in Droitwich and 1.5 hides at Horton in Hampton Lovett, Worcs., and 3 iugera with meadow at Worcester: S786    (972)
 S787 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to Peterborough 1: King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 Abbey, with later confirmations, grant of privileges for the abbey and its land at Dogsthorpe, Eye, Paston and Oundle, Northants.; and confirmation of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Warmington, Ashton, Kettering, Castor, Ailsworth, Walton, Werrington, Eye, and Thorp, Northants.; a mint at Stamford, Lincs.; and half of Whittlesey Mere: S787    (972)
 S788 - Edgar 11 granting privileges to and confirming lands of Worcester 1: King Edgar 11 to Worcester 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and confirmation of land at Worcester, vats at Middlewich and Netherwich in Droitwich, furnaces at Witton in Droitwich, and land at Nortun (for Hortun) and at Westwood near Droitwich, all in Worcs.: S788    (972)
 S789 - Edgar 11 granting lands to Wynnstan 3: King Edgar 11 to Wynnstan 3, his cubicularius; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Afene (? Little Durnford, cf. Avon Farm in Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts.): S789    (972)
 S790 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfric 72: King Edgar 11 to Ælfric 72, his minister; grant of 7 hides (mansiunculae) at Harwell, Berks.: S790    (973)
 S791 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Glastonbury 1: King Edgar 11 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 7 hides (mansiunculae) at High Ham, Somerset, in exchange for land at Braunton, Devon: S791    (973)
 S792 - Edgar 11 granting land to Thorney 1: King Edgar 11 to Thorney 1 Abbey; grant of privileges and confirmation of land at Whittlesey, Cambs.; Water Newton, Woodston, Yaxley and Farcet, Hunts.; Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs.; Teafolscet; and 2 hides (mansae) at Huntingdon. MS 3 adds Wittering, Oxney, Thorpe and Titchmarsh, Northants; Gedney, Lutton, Angarhala (lost) and Tydd, Lincs.; and Broughton, Hunts.: S792    (973)
 S793 - Edgar 11 granting land to Wulfmær 4: King Edgar 11 to Wulfmær 4, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Burgh' (? Berrow, Somerset): S793    (973)
 S794 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 8, his minister; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at (West) Wratting, Cambs.: S794    (974)
 S794a - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhelm 8: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhelm 8, his minister; grant of 9 hides (mansiunculae) at Brickendon, Herts., comprising 6 at Ælesforda and 3 at Elrices rig: S794a    (974)
 S795 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfhere 11: King Edgar 11 to Ælfhere 11, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Nymed (Woolfin in Down St Mary, Devon): S795    (974)
 S800 - Edgar 11 granting land to Ælfweard 23: King Edgar 11 to Ælfweard 23, his minister (bishop in rubric); grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Fyfield, Hants.: S800    (975)
 S801 - Edgar 11 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Madeley, Staffs.: S801    (974)
 S803 - Edgar 11 granting land to Osweard 4: King Edgar 11 to Osweard 4, his propinquus and faithful minister; grant of 4 hides (mansiunculae) at South Stoke, Sussex. The old landbook had been lost in a fire.: S803    (975)
 S804 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of land at Bleadon, Somerset: S804    (975)
 S805 - Edgar 11 granting land to Mangoda 1: King Edgar 11 to Mangoda 1, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Hampstead, Middx.: S805    (972)
 S807 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester minsters: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster 1, Winchester, New Minster 1, and Nunnaminster 1; grant of land in Winchester: S807    (963 x 970)
 S808 - Edgar 11 granting land to Canterbury: King Edgar 11 to the church of Canterbury 1; grant of Sandwich, Kent: S808    (963 x 971)
 S809 - Edgar 11 granting land to Canterbury, St Augustine’s: King Edgar 11 to Canterbury, St Augustine's Abbey; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Plumstead, Kent: S809    (961 x 971)
 S813 - Edgar 11 granting land to Sherborne, St Mary’s: King Edgar 11 to Sherborne, St Mary's; grant of 5 hides at Oborne, Dorset: S813    (970 x 975)
 S820 - Edgar 11 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 45 hides (cassati) at Crondall, Hants. : S820    (973 x 974)
 S830 - Edward 12 granting land to Ælfsige 71: King Edward 12 to Ælfsige 71; grant of 1 pertica at Hypeles eald land (Treable in Cheriton Bishop), Devon: S830    (976)
 S831 - Edward 12 granting land to Ælfric 75: King Edward 12 to Ælfric 75, his minister; grant of 10 (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts.: S831    (977)
 S832 - Edward 12 granting land to Æthelweard 34: King Edward 12 to Æthelweard 34, comes; grant of land at Traboe, Trevallack and Grugwith, all in St Keverne, and at Trethewey in St Martin-in-Meneage, Cornwall: S832    (977)
 S833 - Edgar 11 granting land to Leofric 12: King Æthelred 32 [for Edgar 11] to Leofric 12, minister, grant of woodland (? at Claydons in Alveston, Warwicks.).: S833    (962)
 S835 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop, and the church of SS Peter and Paul (Winchester, Old Minster), Winchester; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Long Sutton, to be attached to the church's estate at Crondall, Hants. The land, previously subject to Crondall, had been bequeathed to King Edgar 11 by Æthelberht 20, oeconomus. The original landbook was lost: S835    (979)
 S836 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 1.5 hides (mansae) at Calshot, Hants., for a fishery, in return for a gold bracelet: S836    (980)
 S837 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelred 32 to the monks of Winchester, Old Minster; grant of the reversion of 7 hides (cassati) at Havant, Hants., which had been granted by King Æthelstan 18 to Wihtgar 7, his miles, for four lives (cf. S 430).: S837    (980)
 S838 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Tavistock, St Mary’s: King Æthelred 32 to Tavistock, St Mary's 1 Abbey, Devon; grant of privileges, including free election of a new abbot: S838    (981)
 S839 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) in the common land at Charlton near Wantage, Berks.: S839    (982)
 S840 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofric 36: King Æthelred 32 to Leofric 36; grant of 3 hides (mansae) and 30 iugera at Longstock, Hants.: S840    (982)
 S841 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Abbot Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Rodbourne, Wilts.: S841    (982)
 S843 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Abingdon, St Mary's: King Æthelred 32 to Abingdon, St Mary's; grant of 2 hides (manentes) at Arncott, Oxon.: S843    (983)
 S844 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfnoth 19: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfnoth 19, his minister; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) at Westwuda (? Westwood, Wilts.), previously held by Sealemudda 1 (cf. rubric): S844    (983)
 S845 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelgar 8: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of a meadow (Hyde Moors) in the northern part of Winchester, Hants.: S845    (983)
 S846 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelmær 13: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelmær 13, dux; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Clyffe Pypard, Wilts.: S846    (983)
 S847 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelmær 22: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelmær 22, his minister; grant of 9 hides (cassati) at Thames Ditton, Surrey: S847    (983)
 S848 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwine 6: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwine 6, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Clyffe Pypard, Wilts.: S848    (983)
 S849 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwold 1: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of a fishery at Ginanhecce on the river Darent, Kent: S849    (983)
 S850 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Tisbury, Wilts., and woodland at Sfgcnyllebar (? Sedgehill bær): S850    (984)
 S851 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfgar 32: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfgar 32, his man; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Drayton and 1.5 at Sutton, Berks.: S851    (983)
 S852 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfheah 43: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfheah 43, his minister; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanlea: S852    (984)
 S853 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfwine 32: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfwine 32, his scriptor; grant of 6 hides (cassati) in the common land, comprising 3 at Brighthampton, 2 at Aston Bampton, and 1 at Lew, Oxon.: S853    (984)
 S855 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Beorhtric 14: King Æthelred 32 to Beorhtric 14, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) on the river Kennet (at Leverton near Hungerford, Berks.), previously held by Æthelric 31, rusticus: S855    (984)
 S856 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelric 33: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelric 33, his minister; grant of 17 hides (cassati) at Harwell, Berks.: S856    (985)
 S857 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Alfred 50: King Æthelred 32 to Alfred 50, his amicus; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Michelmersh, Hants.: S857    (985)
 S858 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofwine 52: King Æthelred 32 to Leofwine 52, his minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Wootton, Berks.: S858    (985)
 S859 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfric 45: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfric 45, his sacerdos: grant of 1 hide (mansa), half at Borstealle (? Dorstealle) and half at Haestan dic and Cnollam: S859    (985)
 S860 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wulfrun 7: King Æthelred 32 to Wulfrun 7; grant of 10 hides (cassati), comprising 9 at Wolverhampton and 1 (manens) at Trescott, Staffs.: S860    (985)
 S861 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27, his minister; grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S861    (986)
 S862 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Wenoth 1: King Æthelred 32 to Wenoth 1, his minister; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Littleton on Severn, Gloucs.: S862    (986)
 S863 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelsige 23: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelsige 23, his minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Æsce: S863    (987)
 S864 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelsige 24: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelsige 24, his minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Bromley, Kent: S864    (987)
 S865 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelwald 60: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelwald 60; grant of 10 hides (manentia) at Manningford Abbots, Wilts.: S865    (987)
 S866 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 40 hides (mansae) at Kyngtune (cf. Kington St Michael and Kington Langley), Wilts., formerly purchased from King Edgar 11 by Ælfswith 7, wife of Ælfheah 33, dux, for 40 mancuses of gold: S866    (987)
 S867 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Leofwine 27: King Æthelred 32 to Leofwine 27, his venator; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Westwood, Wilts., and 3 perticae in the common land at Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset: S867    (987)
 S868 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Ælfgar 27: King Æthelred 32 to Ælfgar 27 , his minister, or, according to the rubric, bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., previously held by Æthelwald 53 and his brother, Ælfhelm 12: S868    (988)
 S869 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelgar 8: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 7 hides (manentia) at South Heighton, Sussex, granted to Æthelgar 8 by Ælfric 87, comes, in exchange for land at Lamburna: S869    (988)
 S938 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Atsere 2: King Æthelred 32 to Atsere 2, his faithful minister; grant of land at Wyke Regis, Dorset: S938    (978 x 1016)
 Various.settlement of dispute between Rochester 1 and Beorhtwaru 1 S1457: The title deeds to Snodland, Kent which had been given to the monastery by Æscwynn 1, Ælfric 80's mother, were stolen by the priests and given for money to Ælfric 80. Following his death the church petitioned his widow [Beorhtwaru 1] and the king for their return. This was granted at London along with compensation for their theft which included land at Bromley and at Fawkham, Kent.: S1457    (980 x 987)
 Ælfheah 33.S894 selling land to Dunstan 1 & Westminster 1: Ælfheah 33, dux, to Dunstan 1; sale of 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx. for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19.: S894   
 Æthelmær 15.founding Cerne 1 Abbey: Æthelmær 15, satrap of King Æthelred 32 and son of Æthelweard 35, founds Cerne 1 Abbey, the endowment including land at Cerne 1 and Æscere, 6 hides (cassati) at Mintern, 10 at Winterborne Abbas, 6 and 12 at Little and Long Bredy and 3 at Renscombe [to pass to the minster after Æthelmær 15's death], land at Poxwell [granted by Leofric 35 of Poxwell, clericus], and the reversion of 4 hides at Affpuddle [granted by Ælfrith of Bincombe, Æthelmær 15's propinquus, after the death of Leofwine 29] and of 5 hides (mansae) at Bloxworth [granted by Ælfwald 52, after the death of his wife], and tithes from Cerne 1 and Cheselbourne, all in Dorset.: S1217    (987)
 Æthelred 32.S894 confirmation of privileges and lands of Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].: S894    (998)
 Æthelred 32.granting land to Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Abbot Æthelweard 30 and Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides at Rodbourne.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.257 (972)
 Æthelstan 78.disputing with Ramsey: Æthelstan 78, kinsman of Archbishop Oda 1, tried to deny Oda 1's gift of 5 hides at Burwell to Ramsey, alleging that half the land lawfully belonged to his jurisdiction, but Ealdorman Æthelwine 2 granted him 80 gold mancuses for the land.: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  c. 25
 Æthelwold 1-Wulfnoth 7.S1295 selling land to Dunstan 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Healing (1)
 Lanfranc 1.vision of Dunstan 1: Lanfranc 1 enjoyed the lavish favour of St Dunstan 1. If he ever was hesitant to act, fearful that it might turn ill, the saint would come to him in a dream to reveal the subtle tricks of his enemies and show the way to bypass them. Once, indeed, when Lanfranc 1 was ill and weary of his lingering life, Dunstan 1 appeared in a vision and seemed to wrestle with him, so rescuing him from his peril and restoring his to health.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.43.7
Hiding/harbouring/sanctuary (1)
 Anonymi 1475.shelter to Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1475 gave Dunstan 1 shelter, but they incurred the raging wrath of Eadwig 4 at their own cost. Dunstan 1 was thus forced into exile.: B.VitDunstani  23
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (2)
 Dunstan 1.revelation of Eadred 16’s death: Dunstan 1 was sent around, like other trustees of the royal treasure, with the task of bringing back to Eadred 16 what he had stored for safe keeping. On the way back a voice from heaven told him that Eadred 16 had died. At that point his horse was struck dead. When Dunstan 1 arrived, he found that the king had died at the same time as the revelation had been made to him on the road.: B.VitDunstani  20
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
Hospitality (3)
 Edgar 11.recalling Dunstan 1 from exile: Edgar 11 recalled Dunstan 1 from his exile and protected him, giving him all the honour and rank that befitted such a great man.: B.VitDunstani  24
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Oswald 8.staying with Oscytel 5: Oswald 8 went to Oscytel 5, who kept him for several days, introducing him to all his friends, and particularly to Dunstan 1.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4
Hostility (2)
 Anonymi 1475.shelter to Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1475 gave Dunstan 1 shelter, but they incurred the raging wrath of Eadwig 4 at their own cost. Dunstan 1 was thus forced into exile.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Æthelgifu 7.plotting against Dunstan 1: Æthelgifu 7 started persecuting Dunstan 1. Finally, she took advantage of Eadwig 4's increased enmity and brought under her sway all the riches of Dunstan 1's property.: B.VitDunstani  22
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (8)
 Agreement between Old Minster and New Minster, Winchester: This agreement was established between Old Minster and New Minster, as I [Edwin 49] myself heard it (i.e. the agreement) when I was young. Our lord St Æthelwold 1 was lying sick, and the holy Dunstan 1 came to him from Canterbury to visit him. And our superior, Abbot Æthelgar 8, went there, and monks with him, namely Boia 4 the old, and Ælfric 150 the prior, and Ælfnoth 46 the painter, and Ælfwine 54 who is now abbot. And there came monks from Old Minster, namely Ealdwig 3, and Wulfstan 61 the precentor, and Godwine 69 the prior, and many others with him. Then Boia 4 the old monk arose, knelt before St Æthelwold 1, and prayed him that he would establish good regulations between the two minsters in the monks’ days, just as Bishop Frithestan 1 had established in the priests’ days: namely, that the two communities should be one in every divine service; and that was to say, if any priest died in either foundation, they should come all together and bury the body and perform all the services that belong to God; and on the day of the consecration of the church, in Old Minster, the priest from New Minster should come to Old Minster, and be present there at vespers and at nocturns and at mass and at refection; and the priests from Old Minster should come to New Minster on St Judoc’s day just in the same way. And if there were misconduct on the part of any priest in either monastery, he should not go anywhere but he should seek his neighbours and they would intercede for him. When St Æthelwold 1 heard this, lo, he decreed that it should so be now in his time and in that of the monks; and he pronounced the curse of God on all those who should ever undo this. And he gave as a token that the agreement should stand firm, two brown copes, one to Old Minster, and a second to New Minster. : S1428   
 Anonymous 507.death: Dusntan 1 went back to the spot indicated by Wulfred 23 in his vision. Anonymous 507 came on the scene and chose for his resting palce the spot indicated by Wulfred 23. He was still in good health, but after a while a fatal illness came upon him. He died and within three days he was buried in the palce previously indicated by Wulfred 23.: B.VitDunstani  9
 Dunstan 1.death: Dunstan 1 delivered his last sermons on Ascension Day and completed the celebration of mass unscathed. After the meal that followed, he went to rest as usual in summer time. Then a violent illness came upon him and he died after three days.: B.VitDunstani  38
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Lanfranc 1.vision of Dunstan 1: Lanfranc 1 enjoyed the lavish favour of St Dunstan 1. If he ever was hesitant to act, fearful that it might turn ill, the saint would come to him in a dream to reveal the subtle tricks of his enemies and show the way to bypass them. Once, indeed, when Lanfranc 1 was ill and weary of his lingering life, Dunstan 1 appeared in a vision and seemed to wrestle with him, so rescuing him from his peril and restoring his to health.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.43.7
 Ælfheah 41.making a will S1458: Having been taken ill, Ælfheah 41 sent to Archbishop Dunstan 1, and he came to him at Shelve, and Ælfheah 41 declared his will to him, and appointed one copy to be sent to Canterbury, Christ Church and another to Rochester, St Andrew's and the third he gave to his widow [Anonymous 957].: S1458   
 Æthelflæd 10.death: When Æthelflæd 10 began to be gravely ill, Dunstan 1 looked after her with exceptional attention. He had to be absent from vespers and went later on with his pupils (Anonymi 1467). While he was standing outside the church, he saw a beautiful white dove. The tips of its wings were like sparks of fire. He saw it fly down to Æthelflæd 10's yard. Dunstan 1 went back to her and found her talking aloud. He asked her who she was talking to and she replied that he knew because he had seen 'him on his way'. She had been revealed all the details about her passing. She asked Dunstan 1 to prepare everything for her funeral and she ended her life exactly as the mass ended.: B.VitDunstani  11
 Æthelwold 1.abstinence from meat: Æthelwold 1 did not indulge in the flesh of animals or birds except once for three months, when forced by great infirmity - and this he did at the command of Dunstan 1 - and again during the sickness from which he died.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  20
Imprisonment (1)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Indicating bounds (2)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
 S689 - Edgar 11 granting land to Abingdon 1: King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants., and 13 predia in Winchester, with the bounds of Crux Easton, Hants.: S689    (961)
Injury and wounding (1)
 Anonymi 1578-Dunstan 1.accident at Calne: Here in this year all the senior councillors of the English (Anonymi 1578) fell from an upperstorey at Calne. Dunstan 1 was uninjured.: ASC (DEF)  978 DEF(OE and Lat.) (977)
Intercession/mediation (1)
 Dunstan 1.mediation with Anonymous 879 for Anonymous 878: Dunstan 1 was the only one Anonymous 878 trusted to mediate for him with Anonymous 879.: Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (959 x 988)
Introduction (2)
 Dunstan 1.introduction of Anonymous 878 to Anonymous 879: Dunstan 1 mercifully helped Anonymous 878 and introduced him to Anonymous 879 (the king).: Anon.EpS13  p. 375 (959 x 988)
 Oswald 8.staying with Oscytel 5: Oswald 8 went to Oscytel 5, who kept him for several days, introducing him to all his friends, and particularly to Dunstan 1.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4
Invitation (5)
 Dunstan 1.refusal of see at Crediton: Eadred 16 tried to persuade Dunstan 1 to take under his pastoral wing the see at Crediton. Dunstan 1 refused even after Eadred 16's mother (Eadgifu 4) had tried to persuade him.: B.VitDunstani  19
 Edgar 11.recalling Dunstan 1 from exile: Edgar 11 recalled Dunstan 1 from his exile and protected him, giving him all the honour and rank that befitted such a great man.: B.VitDunstani  24
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Journey (10)
 Abbo 1.journey to Ramsey: Abbo 1 left Dunstan 1 and returned to the monastery.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 987)
 Anonymous 507.death: Dusntan 1 went back to the spot indicated by Wulfred 23 in his vision. Anonymous 507 came on the scene and chose for his resting palce the spot indicated by Wulfred 23. He was still in good health, but after a while a fatal illness came upon him. He died and within three days he was buried in the palce previously indicated by Wulfred 23.: B.VitDunstani  9
 Dunstan 1-Ælfhere 10.bringing of Edward 12’s body from Wareham to Shaftesbury: [DE: Here in this year] [F(OE): Dunstan 1 and] Ælfhere 10 [F(Lat.): with Dunstan 1] brought the body of the king [sc. Edward 12] from Wareham and carried it [DEF(Lat.): with great honour] to Shaftesbury.: ASC (DEF)  980 DEF(OE and Lat.) (979)
 Dunstan 1.exile: Dunstan 1 was forced to go into exile in Gaul. When his vessel had taken him three miles out to sea, there arrived messengers (Anonymi 1476) from Æthelgifu 7 who would have torn out his eyes if he had been found on English shores.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Dunstan 1.journey to Rome: Dunstan 1 set out for Rome to collect the pallium. After a long journey all their provisions were exhausted. His steward (Anonymous 514) reproached Dunstan 1 for lavishing all the food on their people and others. In that same town the emissaries (Anonymi 1478) of a certain abbot (Anonymous 515) had been waiting for Dunstan 1. They appeared before him with rich presents and all the local delicacies. Therefore, Dunstan 1 and his companions were able to travel quickly for a long time, living well on the gifts provided.: B.VitDunstani  27
 Dunstan 1.revelation of Eadred 16’s death: Dunstan 1 was sent around, like other trustees of the royal treasure, with the task of bringing back to Eadred 16 what he had stored for safe keeping. On the way back a voice from heaven told him that Eadred 16 had died. At that point his horse was struck dead. When Dunstan 1 arrived, he found that the king had died at the same time as the revelation had been made to him on the road.: B.VitDunstani  20
 Edgar 11.recalling Dunstan 1 from exile: Edgar 11 recalled Dunstan 1 from his exile and protected him, giving him all the honour and rank that befitted such a great man.: B.VitDunstani  24
 Heorstan 2-Dunstan 1.staying at Glastonbury: Heorstan 2 came to cross over at Glastonbury accompanied by Dunstan 1. They stayed there overnight to pray.: B.VitDunstani  3
 Oswald 8.ecclesiastical career: Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Killing/murder (1)
 Dunstan 1.vision of spirit carrying message: Dunstan 1 saw an unknown, perhaps devil, perhaps spirit, carrying a long scroll covered with writing. When Dunstan 1 asked who he was, the man replied that he was from the eastern kingdom and he carried a private message for Edmund 14. When he was announced tot he king, he was nowhere to be found. On the same day Edmund 14 was killed by a treacherous assassin.: B.VitDunstani  33
Law-making/legislation (3)
 Edgar 11.injunction on monasteries: Edgar 11 enjoined upon Dunstan 1 that he and Æthelwold 1, as well as Oswald 8, should know that all monastic sites should be established with monks and nuns. They straightway implemented this injunction.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.3
 Edgar 11.making law: King Edgar 11, having been properly instructed by the blessed Dunstan 1, enacted just laws for the kingdom of the English and kept control, all the time, over a kingdom that was in a most tranquil state.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.50
 Edgar 11.punishments for thieves and forgers: Edgar 11, with Dunstan 1's prompting, introduced capital penalties restraining the greed of thieves and counterfeiting by moneyers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.3
Lease (2)
 Oswald 8.letter to Edgar 11: Oswald 8, bishop of Worcester, to King Edgar 11; letter setting out conditions on which he grants leases: S1368    (964)
 S1328 - Oswald 8 leasing land to Beorhtric 17: Oswald 8, archbishop, to Beorhtric 17; lease, for two lives, of 5 hides (mansae) at Brightwell Baldwin, Oxon., with reversion to the church of Worcester: S1328    (973)
Life - orally recounted (2)
 Anonymous 700.recounting of the Passio of St Edmund: Anonymous 700 related the story of the Passio of St Edmund to Dunstan 1 and Æthelstan 18.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (927 x 939)
 Dunstan 1.recounting of the Passio of St Edmund: Dunstan 1 related the story of the Passio in the presence of Abbo 1, Ælfstan 39, Æthelweard 30 and Anonymi 1729.: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 987)
Liturgical celebration (5)
 Dunstan 1.death: Dunstan 1 delivered his last sermons on Ascension Day and completed the celebration of mass unscathed. After the meal that followed, he went to rest as usual in summer time. Then a violent illness came upon him and he died after three days.: B.VitDunstani  38
 Edgar 11-Oswald 8-others.council: Oswald 8 and all the important leading men (Anonymi 1677) went to meet Edgar 11. When they had solemnly enacted the Easter services, Edgar 11 discharged everyone.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.9-12
 John 24.letter to Dunstan 1: John 24 wrote a letter to Dunstan 1 accompanying the sending of a pallium. He specified on which occasions the pallium could be used to celebrate mass.: John XII.Ep.Z149    (960)
 Æthelflæd 10.death: When Æthelflæd 10 began to be gravely ill, Dunstan 1 looked after her with exceptional attention. He had to be absent from vespers and went later on with his pupils (Anonymi 1467). While he was standing outside the church, he saw a beautiful white dove. The tips of its wings were like sparks of fire. He saw it fly down to Æthelflæd 10's yard. Dunstan 1 went back to her and found her talking aloud. He asked her who she was talking to and she replied that he knew because he had seen 'him on his way'. She had been revealed all the details about her passing. She asked Dunstan 1 to prepare everything for her funeral and she ended her life exactly as the mass ended.: B.VitDunstani  11
 Æthelgar 8.consecration of tower: After Dunstan 1 had celebrated Mass at the New Minster, Æthelgar 8 dedicated the first storey of the tower in honour of the Virgin Mary.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12r.1 (980 x 987)
Lust (5)
 Dunstan 1.influence on Edgar 11: Dunstan 1 had great influence on and authority over Edgar 11. Dunstan 1 punished him with seven-year penance for his illicit lust for one [Anonymous 10077] who had in however shadowy a way been a nun.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.2
 Dunstan 1.lust: Dunstan 1 chose to become engaged to a young girl (Anonymous 506) in whose blandishments he could luxuriate every day rather than become a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Eadwig 4.royal consecration: Eadwig 4 was by common consent anointed and consecrated king by the assembled nobility of the English. After his anointing, his lust suddenly prompted him to rush out to Æthelgifu 7 and Anonymous 512.: B.VitDunstani  21
 Oda 1.marital separation of Eadwig 4 and Ælfgifu 2: Eadwig 4 fell into disrepute for his headstrong behaviour and fleshly licentiousness, and so provoked the bishop [Oda 1] that he put him under a ban, and furthermore cut short the reign of his strumpet [Ælfgifu 2] by first exiling and then hamstringing her. The king retaliated by conduction a furious assault on the monks of all Britain that no one but Oda 1 and Dunstan 1, then an abbot, ventured to resist even verbally.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
 Wulfthryth 6.extraction from nunnery: Initially Wulfthryth 6 was not fully professed as a nun of Wilton, but assumed veil for fear of Edgar 11, but had it torn off before being forced into the king's bed. Edgar 11 was reproved by St Dunstan 1 and served seven years of penance. As for her, once [Eadgyth 4] was born, she returned to the nunnery. She is truly called holy, and is buried in the same church at Wilton as her daughter.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.10
Marital desertion/separation/repudiation (1)
 Oda 1.marital separation of Eadwig 4 and Ælfgifu 2: Eadwig 4 fell into disrepute for his headstrong behaviour and fleshly licentiousness, and so provoked the bishop [Oda 1] that he put him under a ban, and furthermore cut short the reign of his strumpet [Ælfgifu 2] by first exiling and then hamstringing her. The king retaliated by conduction a furious assault on the monks of all Britain that no one but Oda 1 and Dunstan 1, then an abbot, ventured to resist even verbally.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
Martyrdom (2)
 Dunstan 1.allowing veneration of political martyrs: The blessed Dunstan 1, into whom literary knowledge and the grace of God so bountifully poured, allowed Cynehelm 1, Æthelberht 11 and Wigstan 8 to be adored as martyrs.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.170.3
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Meeting (2)
 Various.settlement of dispute between Rochester 1 and Beorhtwaru 1 S1457: The title deeds to Snodland, Kent which had been given to the monastery by Æscwynn 1, Ælfric 80's mother, were stolen by the priests and given for money to Ælfric 80. Following his death the church petitioned his widow [Beorhtwaru 1] and the king for their return. This was granted at London along with compensation for their theft which included land at Bromley and at Fawkham, Kent.: S1457    (980 x 987)
 Various.witness to Rochester 1 transaction S1457: Account of the acquisition by the bishop of Rochester, on behalf of St Andrew's church, of land at Bromley and Fawkham, Kent, in compensation for the theft of the title-deeds of Snodland, Kent.: S1457    (980 x 987)
Message-sending (2)
 Dunstan 1.exile: Dunstan 1 was forced to go into exile in Gaul. When his vessel had taken him three miles out to sea, there arrived messengers (Anonymi 1476) from Æthelgifu 7 who would have torn out his eyes if he had been found on English shores.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Edgar 11.summoning of Dunstan 1: Here he [sc. Edgar 11] sent for Dunstan 1 [F(Lat.): Edgar 11 arranged for Dunstan 1 to be brought back from exile].: ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) (959)
Miracle (12)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfheah 19.miracle of stone: Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Dunstan 1-Æthelwynn 1.miracle of lyre: Æthelwynn 1 summoned Dunstan 1 to ask him to embroider her a vestment intended for divine worship. Dunstan 1 took with him his lyre and while this was hanging on the wall of the chamber, it started sounding out a loud anthem, without anyone touching it.: B.VitDunstani  12
 Dunstan 1.fighting the devil: The devil set upon Dunstan 1 and wrestled with him in various ways. He called upon the Lord's assistance. Hearing this, the evil adversary of the human race took to flight: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.6
 Dunstan 1.hearing-voices: It was Dunstan 1's custom to go to St Augustine's monastery and there to remain a long while in prayer. One night he proceeded on foot to the church of St Mary. Standing at the door of this church, which was closed, he heard the sound of singing coming from the souls of the bodies buried in that church. Dunstan 1 wept for the music and beauty of the chant.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Dunstan 1.miracle of church-climbing: At night Dunstan 1 hurried to the precincts of the church and climbed to the roof of the church. Then he found himself lying between two watchmen inside the church, but he could not imagine how he had got there.: B.VitDunstani  4
 Dunstan 1.miracle of stone: As Dunstan 1 and Anonymous 508 were strolling down to see whether Wulfric 36's body had arrived, there came a stone thrown from beyond the church, aiming to smite Dunstan 1. It missed him thanks to God's protection.: B.VitDunstani  18
 Dunstan 1.miracles: Dunstan 1's life was marked with miracles even before his birth and after his death.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.19
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
 Edmund 6.post-mortem miracles: Edmund 6 performed miracles after his death: Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface (985 x 988)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Monastery, violation of (1)
 Oda 1.marital separation of Eadwig 4 and Ælfgifu 2: Eadwig 4 fell into disrepute for his headstrong behaviour and fleshly licentiousness, and so provoked the bishop [Oda 1] that he put him under a ban, and furthermore cut short the reign of his strumpet [Ælfgifu 2] by first exiling and then hamstringing her. The king retaliated by conduction a furious assault on the monks of all Britain that no one but Oda 1 and Dunstan 1, then an abbot, ventured to resist even verbally.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (8)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Eadgyth 4.ecclesiastic career: Holy virgin Eadgyth 4, buried in Wilton, was consecrated to God from her infancy. When Bishop Æthelwold 1 rebuked her for wearing rich clothes, inappropriate for her monastic status, she replied that even mourning clothes can be to show off, whereas golden clothes can conceal a pure unblemished mind. Dunstan 1 foretold her death at the age of 23. He also saw a vision of her after her death.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.2-6
 S751 - Edgar 11 granting land to Beorhtnoth 17: King Edgar 11 to Beorhtnoth 17, his faithful minister; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Suthtune (Ullington in Pebworth, Gloucs.), and at Bickmarsh, Worcs., with regrant of the land by Beorhtnoth 17 to Worcester, St Mary's 1, on his son's [Anonymous 900] admission to the minster: S751    (967)
 Wulfthryth 6.extraction from nunnery: Initially Wulfthryth 6 was not fully professed as a nun of Wilton, but assumed veil for fear of Edgar 11, but had it torn off before being forced into the king's bed. Edgar 11 was reproved by St Dunstan 1 and served seven years of penance. As for her, once [Eadgyth 4] was born, she returned to the nunnery. She is truly called holy, and is buried in the same church at Wilton as her daughter.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.10
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
 Æthelwold 1.elevation-abbacy: Æthelwold 1 took charge of Abingdon monastery with Dunstan 1's permission and according to Eadred 16's wish. Clerics from Glastonbury, Winchester and London followed him. In a short space of time he collected a flock of monks, over whom he was ordained abbot by the king's orders.: Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  7
 Æthelwold 1.receiving habit of monastic order: Æthelwold 1 received the habit of the monastic order from Dunstan 1: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
Monastic reform (2)
 John 24.letter to Edgar 11: John 24 wrote to Edgar 11 granting permission for the ejection of secular canons from the Old Minster, Winchester.: John XII.Ep.Z212    (963)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Naming (1)
 Dunstan 1.baptism: Dunstan 1 was reborn in the holy waters of baptism and was given his name by his parents.: B.VitDunstani  3
Ordering (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Pallium-despatch/receipt/request (3)
 Dunstan 1.pallium-receipt: Dunstan 1 arrived in Rome to collect his pallium. He did the rounds of the shrines of the saints, gave alms to help the poor and made his way back home.: B.VitDunstani  28
 John 24.letter to Dunstan 1: John 24 wrote a letter to Dunstan 1 accompanying the sending of a pallium. He specified on which occasions the pallium could be used to celebrate mass.: John XII.Ep.Z149    (960)
 Ælfheah 44.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76
Pastoral activities/preaching (3)
 Dunstan 1.death: Dunstan 1 delivered his last sermons on Ascension Day and completed the celebration of mass unscathed. After the meal that followed, he went to rest as usual in summer time. Then a violent illness came upon him and he died after three days.: B.VitDunstani  38
 Dunstan 1.epicopal duties: Whenever Dunstan 1 performed the ordination of priests, the consecration of churches and altars or any other kind of religious observance, he always played his part shedding abundant tears.: B.VitDunstani  37
 Dunstan 1.pastoral activities: Dunstan 1 brought pious support to widows, orphans, pilgrims and strangers in their various needs.: B.VitDunstani  37
Patronage (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Penance (3)
 Dunstan 1.influence on Edgar 11: Dunstan 1 had great influence on and authority over Edgar 11. Dunstan 1 punished him with seven-year penance for his illicit lust for one [Anonymous 10077] who had in however shadowy a way been a nun.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.2
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Wulfthryth 6.extraction from nunnery: Initially Wulfthryth 6 was not fully professed as a nun of Wilton, but assumed veil for fear of Edgar 11, but had it torn off before being forced into the king's bed. Edgar 11 was reproved by St Dunstan 1 and served seven years of penance. As for her, once [Eadgyth 4] was born, she returned to the nunnery. She is truly called holy, and is buried in the same church at Wilton as her daughter.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.87.10
Persecution (3)
 Anonymi 1475.shelter to Dunstan 1: Anonymi 1475 gave Dunstan 1 shelter, but they incurred the raging wrath of Eadwig 4 at their own cost. Dunstan 1 was thus forced into exile.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Dunstan 1.exile: Dunstan 1 was forced to go into exile in Gaul. When his vessel had taken him three miles out to sea, there arrived messengers (Anonymi 1476) from Æthelgifu 7 who would have torn out his eyes if he had been found on English shores.: B.VitDunstani  23
 Æthelgifu 7.plotting against Dunstan 1: Æthelgifu 7 started persecuting Dunstan 1. Finally, she took advantage of Eadwig 4's increased enmity and brought under her sway all the riches of Dunstan 1's property.: B.VitDunstani  22
Pilgrimage (4)
 Dunstan 1.hearing-voices: It was Dunstan 1's custom to go to St Augustine's monastery and there to remain a long while in prayer. One night he proceeded on foot to the church of St Mary. Standing at the door of this church, which was closed, he heard the sound of singing coming from the souls of the bodies buried in that church. Dunstan 1 wept for the music and beauty of the chant.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Dunstan 1.pallium-receipt: Dunstan 1 arrived in Rome to collect his pallium. He did the rounds of the shrines of the saints, gave alms to help the poor and made his way back home.: B.VitDunstani  28
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 Æthelred 32.S894 confirmation of privileges and lands of Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].: S894    (998)
Poem-reciting/sending (1)
 Abbo 1.sending poems to Dunstan 1: Abbo 1 composed two acrostics for Dunstan 1 and sent them to him.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.8
Praying (5)
 Dunstan 1.constant prayer: Dunstan 1 took part constantly in holy prayers and the tenfold chords of David's psalmody: B.VitDunstani  37
 Dunstan 1.hearing-voices: It was Dunstan 1's custom to go to St Augustine's monastery and there to remain a long while in prayer. One night he proceeded on foot to the church of St Mary. Standing at the door of this church, which was closed, he heard the sound of singing coming from the souls of the bodies buried in that church. Dunstan 1 wept for the music and beauty of the chant.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7
 Dunstan 1.temptations: Dunstan 1 was tempted three times by the Devil while he was praying. The first time the Devil tempted him in the form of a bear, then in the form of a dog and finally he came as a fox. Dunstan 1 gave the sign of cross and the Devil vanished.: B.VitDunstani  16
 Dunstan 1.vision of holy virgins singing: At night, it was his custom to go around the holy places singing psalms. First, he went to the 'aedicula' of St Augustine to pray. When he arrived at the church dedicated to the Mother of God, he had a vision of a group of virgins dancing and singing the hymn of Sedulius.: B.VitDunstani  36
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
Property-buying/purchasing (19)
 Beorhtfrith 11.S1450 exchanging with Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450   
 Dunstan 1.S1295 granting land to Westminster 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 10, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Wulfnoth 7: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 10, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Æthelwold 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1447 purchasing land from Ælfheah 33: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Ælfheah 33, ealdorman; purchase of 20 hides at Send for 90 pounds and 10 at Sunbury for 200 mancuses of gold: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 exchanging with Edgar 11: King Edgar 11 to St Peter's, Westminster 1; grant of 6 hides (cassati) at Lohtheres leage (lost, in Hendon, Middx), purchased by Archbishop Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 gold solidi and previously in the possession of Wulfmær 14.: S1450    (972)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 purchasing land: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450    (978)
 Dunstan 1.S287 purchasing land from Uhtlufe 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Uhtlufe 1 and his two sons [Anonymi 1300]; purchase of land at Canterbury, Kent for 10 pounds: S287    (959 x 988)
 Dunstan 1.S894 purchasing land from Edward 12: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 12, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 Dunstan 1.granting land to Westminster: Dunstan 1 bought the land at Shepperton and granted it to Westminster and Abbot Wulfsige 36.: S1130    (1051 x 1066)
 Edward 12.S894 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 35, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S866 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Glastonbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 40 hides (mansae) at Kyngtune (cf. Kington St Michael and Kington Langley), Wilts., formerly purchased from King Edgar 11 by Ælfswith 7, wife of Ælfheah 33, dux, for 40 mancuses of gold: S866    (987)
 Uhtlufe 1.S287 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Uhtlufe 1 and his two sons [Anonymi 1300]; purchase of land and a villa at Canterbury, Kent for 10 pounds: S287    (959 x 988)
 Various.dispute over Sunbury S1447: Record of a dispute involving estates at Send, Surrey, and at Sunbury, Middx., and a note of their purchase by Dunstan 1, archbishop.: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Ælfheah 33.S1447 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Ælfheah 33, ealdorman; purchase of 20 hides at Send for 90 pounds and 10 at Sunbury for 200 mancuses of gold: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Æthelred 32.S894 confirmation of privileges and lands of Westminster 1: King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].: S894    (998)
 Æthelstan 78.disputing with Ramsey: Æthelstan 78, kinsman of Archbishop Oda 1, tried to deny Oda 1's gift of 5 hides at Burwell to Ramsey, alleging that half the land lawfully belonged to his jurisdiction, but Ealdorman Æthelwine 2 granted him 80 gold mancuses for the land.: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  c. 25
 Æthelwold 1-Wulfnoth 7.S1295 selling land to Dunstan 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
Property-exchanging (23)
 Beorhtfrith 11.S1450 exchanging with Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450   
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Wulfnoth 7: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 10, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1295 purchasing land from Æthelwold 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
 Dunstan 1.S1447 purchasing land from Ælfheah 33: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Ælfheah 33, ealdorman; purchase of 20 hides at Send for 90 pounds and 10 at Sunbury for 200 mancuses of gold: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 exchanging with Edgar 11: King Edgar 11 to St Peter's, Westminster 1; grant of 6 hides (cassati) at Lohtheres leage (lost, in Hendon, Middx), purchased by Archbishop Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 gold solidi and previously in the possession of Wulfmær 14.: S1450    (972)
 Dunstan 1.S1450 purchasing land: Dunstan 1, archbishop of Canterbury, purchases for thirty pounds a further 3 hides at Lotheres leage, previously held by Beorhtfrith 11, huntsman, and grants the estate to St Peter's, Westminster 1.: S1450    (978)
 Dunstan 1.S287 purchasing land from Uhtlufe 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Uhtlufe 1 and his two sons [Anonymi 1300]; purchase of land at Canterbury, Kent for 10 pounds: S287    (959 x 988)
 Dunstan 1.S568 exchanging with Eadred 16: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Dunstan 1.S894 purchasing land from Edward 12: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 12, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 Dunstan 1.exchanging with Edgar 11 S1293: Dunstan 1 with Edgar 11; exchange of 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster for which Dunstan gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold: S1293   
 Dunstan 1.granting gold to Edgar 11 S1293: King Edgar 11 to Westminster 1; 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]: S1293   
 Eadred 16.S568 exchanging with Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Edgar 11.S1293 granting land to Westminster 1: Dunstan 1 with Edgar 11; exchange of 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 120 mancuses of gold: S1293   
 Edward 12.S894 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1 from King Edward 35, purchase of 3 hides at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. for £30, which Dunstan 1 then granted to Winchester 1; the land was formerly held by Beorhtmær 2.: S894   
 S776 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester; grant of the minster of Ely and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., in exchange for land at Harting, Sussex: S776    (970)
 S777 - Edgar 11 and Bath, St Peter’s exchanging: King Edgar 11 to the church of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Clifton, near Bath, in exchange for 100 mancuses of gold and 10 hides (mansae) at Cumtun (Chilcompton or Compton Dando, Somerset). The land is to be for the use of the monks, just as Abbot Æscwig 4 obtained it.: S777    (970)
 S779 - Edgar 11 confirming lands of Ely 1: King Edgar 11 to Ely 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land at Melbourn and Armingford, Cambs., and at Northwold, Norfolk, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Harting, Sussex: S779    (970)
 S782 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Æthelwold 1: King Edgar 11 to Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of land at Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincs., for Peterborough Abbey, in return for 40 pounds of silver and a golden cross: S782    (971)
 S806 - Edgar 11 exchanging with Winchester 1: King Edgar 11 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; renewal of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, as granted by King Edward in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., the land at Compton and Banwell having been given later to the community at Cheddar in exchange for land at Carhampton, Somerset. In return for the confirmation Bishop Æthelwold 1 gave to King Edgar 11 200 mancuses of gold and a gold cup weighing 5 pounds and to Queen Ælfthryth 8 50 mancuses.: S806    (968)
 S836 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 1.5 hides (mansae) at Calshot, Hants., for a fishery, in return for a gold bracelet: S836    (980)
 S869 - Æthelred 32 granting land to Æthelgar 8: King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 7 hides (manentia) at South Heighton, Sussex, granted to Æthelgar 8 by Ælfric 87, comes, in exchange for land at Lamburna: S869    (988)
 Ælfheah 33.S1447 selling land to Dunstan 1: Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Ælfheah 33, ealdorman; purchase of 20 hides at Send for 90 pounds and 10 at Sunbury for 200 mancuses of gold: S1447    (950 x 968)
 Æthelwold 1-Wulfnoth 7.S1295 selling land to Dunstan 1: (Dunstan 1), archbishop, to Westminster 1 Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Hendon, Middx, purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 7, brother of Sigered 3, for respective payments of 60 and 20 pounds: S1295    (963 x 975)
Property-giving/selling (15)
 Dunstan 1.S568 exchanging with Eadred 16: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Dunstan 1.S894 purchasing land from Ælfheah 33: Ælfheah 33, dux, to Dunstan 1; sale of 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx. for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19.: S894   
 Dunstan 1.exchanging with Edgar 11 S1293: Dunstan 1 with Edgar 11; exchange of 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster for which Dunstan gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold: S1293   
 Dunstan 1.granting gold to Edgar 11 S1293: King Edgar 11 to Westminster 1; 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]: S1293   
 Eadred 16.S568 exchanging with Dunstan 1: King Eadred 16 to Dunstan 1, abbot; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Badbury, Wilts., in return for 150 gold solidi: S568    (955)
 Edgar 11.S1293 granting land to Westminster 1: Dunstan 1 with Edgar 11; exchange of 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 120 mancuses of gold: S1293   
 S1215 - Æthelflæd 13 exchanging with Ælfwald 33: [Eadwald 30] and Æthelflæd 13 to Ælfwald 33; grant of a swine-pasture at Heronden in Tenterden, Kent, in return for 1450 pence: S1215    (968)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave