Source: CharterS43

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Nunna, king of Sussex, to Eadberht, bishop; grant of 20 hides (tributarii) at Hugabeorgum and Dene (probably East and West Dean near Chichester).

Charter information
Sawyer 43
Birch 144
Kemble 1000
British Academy Kelly, Selsey No. 4
Source Used Brit_Ac
Archive(s) Selsey
Source Information
Language Latin
Date from Source 775
Scholarly Source Dating 705 x 717


*Barker 1947, pp. 67-9; Forsberg 1950, pp. 63-4, suggests that Dene can perhaps be identified with Preston near Brighton; Darlington 1961, p. 20; Bruckner 1965, p. 12 n. 10, MS 1 written in two hands, s. ix or x; Cox 1976, pp. 20, 23, 65, on place-names; Welch 1983, pp. 323-31, on formulation, p. 325, authentic; BA Facs., p. 8, spurious, MS 1 written late 10th century or early 11th century, imitating 8th-century minuscule; Kelly, Selsey, pp. 26-9, forgery.


Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Barker, Eric Ernest Sussex Anglo-Saxon Charters Sussex Archaeological Collections 1947 66-7