Source: CharterS1443

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Record of the acquisition by King Edward from Bishop Denewulf and the community at Winchester, in exchange for St Andrew's church, of land at Winchester for the foundation of a monastery; also of the acquisition by the king of land by St Gregory's church.

Charter information
Sawyer 1443
Birch 605
Kemble 1087
British Academy ---
Source Used Birch
Archive(s) Winchester, New Minster and Winchester, Old Minster
Source Information
Language Old English
Date from Source 900
Scholarly Source Dating 900


*The date is approximate.
Birch, Liber Vitae, p. 155-7; Harmer, SEHD, pp. 110-12; Finberg, ECW, no. 33, authentic, cf. S 360; Quirk 1961, pp. 51-4, on topography; Quirk 1962, p. 177; Hart 1970/1, p. 24 (no. 9), authentic; Biddle and Hill 1971, pp. 75-6, on Winchester topography; O'Donovan 1973, p. 94, acceptable, witness-list better preserved in MS 2; Biddle 1975, p. 126, comment on bounds, with map, p. 129; Biddle et al. 1976, p. 313; Dumville 1992, pp. 45-6; Keynes 1994/2, p. 1142, note on MSS; Keynes 1996, pp. 16, 105


Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Quirk, R.N. Winchester New Minster and its Eleventh-Century Tower Journal of the British Archaeological Association 1961 51-2
Harmer, Florence Elizabeth Select English Historical Documents of the Ninth and Tenth Centuries Cambridge 1914 59