Source: CharterS19

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Wihtred, king of Kent, to St Mary's, Lyminge Church; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Pleghelmestun, Kent.

Charter information
Sawyer 19
Birch 97
Kemble 43
British Academy ---
Source Used Birch
Archive(s) Canterbury, Christ Church
Source Information
Language Latin
Date from Source 697 / 712, July
Scholarly Source Dating 697 x 712

Notes

Jenkins, Lyminge, pp. 20-2; Sweet, OET, p. 428 (no. 5); Stenton 1918, p. 437 n. 19, original (= Stenton 1970, p. 51 n. 5); Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 25-7, on place-names; Lowe 1935, pp. xiii-xiv, trustworthy; Ward 1936, p. 14; Wright 1950, pp. 387-8; Ch.L.A., iii., no. 220, contemporaneous, very probably original; Bruckner 1965, pp. 26, 27, on script, pp. 39, 42 n. 158; Ch.L.A., iv, p. xvii, on script; Chaplais 1969, pp. 538-40, original, script and name-forms may show Northumbrian influence, place-name later altered to Wieghelmestun, S 21 is an interpolated version(= 1973, pp. 102-5); Whitelock 1976, pp. 142, 144, on date and witnesses; Sawyer 1974, p. 114; Bischoff 1976, pp. 691-2, contemporary; Cox 1976, pp. 38, 41, on place-names; Sawyer 1978, p. 152, on place-name and endorsement; Scharer 1982, pp. 93-7, original; Wormald 1985, pp. 17, 25, 31 n. 48, original; Crick 1988, p. 265, on script; Kelly, St Augustine's, pp. lxxxiii-v passim, on Kentish diplomatic; Kelly, Selsey, pp. xlvii-viii, on links with South Saxon diplomatic

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Jenkins, Robert Charles The Chartulary of the Monastery of Lyminge Folkestone 1867 19-20