Source: CharterS328

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Ăthelberht, king, to Wulflaf, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland.

Charter information
Sawyer 328
Birch 496
Kemble 281
British Academy ---
Source Used Birch
Archive(s) Canterbury, Christ Church
Source Information
Language Latin with Old English
Date from Source 858
Scholarly Source Dating 858

Notes

*Bond 1878, p. 7, contemporary; Maitland 1897, pp. 244-5, 255; Sweet, OET, pp. 436-7 (no. 28); Vinogradoff 1893, pp. 12-13, 16; Thompson 1912, p. 511; Stevenson 1914, p. 692 n. 16, contemporary; Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 197-203, identifies Wassingwell with Westwell, Kent; Robertson, Charters, pp. 277-8; Parsons 1939, pp. 14, 23-9, genuine and contemporary; Ward 1940, argues that Wassingwell included both Eastwell and Westwell; Ward 1946/1; Forsberg 1950, p. 202, on bounds; Sisam 1953, p. 124 n. 1; John 1960, pp. 36-7, 52; Whitelock 1960-1, p. 1010; John 1966, p. 71 n., pp. 106-8, 113-17, on issues of land-tenure; Hart 1970/1, p. 21, on endorsement; Stenton 1971, p. 311; Vollrath-Reichelt 1971, pp. 204-7; Witney 1976, pp. 261-2, on swine-pastures; Chaplais 1978, pp. 15-16, on endorsement and script, scribe also wrote S 332, 1196, 1197 (part) (= 1981 XIV, pp. 15-16); Sawyer 1978, p. 153; Whitelock, EHD, pp. 372, 530, original; Brooks 1984, pp. 360-1 n. 70, scribe also wrote S 316, 332, 344, 1195-7; Chaplais 1985, pp. 46-7, on production; Keynes 1992, p. 70 n. 74, on endorsement; Reynolds 1992, p. 218, on bookland/folkland (= 1994, p. 330); Lapidge 1996, pp. 449-50, on latinity

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
  EHD     530-1 [no. 90]

Factoid List

View Factoid Type Source Ref Primary Person Short Description
RecordedNames S328    Oslac 4 (Oslac)
Transaction S328    Ăthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland
RecordedNames S328    Hega 1 (hega)
RecordedNames S328    Hunfrith 9 (Hunfre­)
RecordedNames S328    Sigemund 1 (Sigemund)
RecordedNames S328    Nothmund 1 (No­mund)
RecordedNames S328    Wighelm 5 (Wighelm)
RecordedNames S328    Ăthelhere 5 (E­elhere)
RecordedNames S328    Cynelaf 1 (Cynelaf)
RecordedNames S328    Acca 5 (Acka)
RecordedNames S328    Lulla 8 (Lulla)
RecordedNames S328    Eadwald 8 (Eadwald)
RecordedNames S328    Ăthelwald 21 (E­elweald)
RecordedNames S328    Dudda 5 (Dudda)
RecordedNames S328    Burgnoth 2 (Burgno­)
RecordedNames S328    Mucel 7 (Mucel)
RecordedNames S328    Ese 1 (Ese)
RecordedNames S328    (Oslac)
RecordedNames S328    Dunn 4 (Dun)
RecordedNames S328    Sigenoth 1 (Sigeno­)
RecordedNames S328    Ăthelred 16 (E­ered)
RecordedNames S328    Beagmund 4 (Beagmund)
RecordedNames S328    Wighelm 6 (wighelm)
RecordedNames S328    Eastmund 2 (Eastmund)
RecordedNames S328    Ăthelmod 7 (E­elmod)
RecordedNames S328    Wulflaf 9 (Wullaf)
RecordedNames S328    Ăthelberht 9 (E­elbearht)
Office S328    Wulflaf 9 held office of Thegn
Office S328    Eastmund 2 held office of Pedesecus
Office S328    Ăthelberht 9 held office of King
Office S328    Ăthelmod 7 held office of Dux
Office S328    Wulflaf 9 held office of Minister
Office S328    Ăthelberht 9 held office of King
Event S328    Ăthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland
Transaction S328    Ăthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland