Location: Canterbury / Kent

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Event Asser.VitAlfredi  34   Ceolnoth 3 was buried in the city of Canterbury.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  34 Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 Army
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  14 Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop
Transaction S287      Dunstan 1, archbishop, from Uhtlufe 1 and his two sons [Anonymi 1300]; purchase of land and a villa at Canterbury, Kent for 10 pounds
Office S1000    Eadsige 12
Office Bede.HE  iv.1 Deusdedit 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.2 Deusdedit 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.20 Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (Sixth archbishop of Canterbury)
Office Bede.HE  iii.20 Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.7 Justus 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.7 Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Bede.HE  i.33 Peter 4 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  ii.3 Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (First archbishop of Canterbury)
Office Bede.HE  iv.17 Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Theodore 1 held office of Bishop (BIshop of the Church at Canterbury)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Bede.HE  v.20 Albinus 2 held office of Abbot
Event Bede.HE  v.23   Tatwine 2 was consecrated by four bishops
Event Bede.HE  v.20   Hadrian 2 died and was buried in his monastery, in the church of St Mary.
Event Bede.HE  v.8   Theodore 1 was buried in the church of St Peter, in which the bodies of all the archbishops of Canterbury are interred.
Event Bede.HE  iii.20   Ithamar 1 consecrated Deusdedit 1 archbishop of Canterbury
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Leuthhere 2 was honourably received by the Cenwealh 2 and his people, and he was consecrated by Theodore 1.
Event Bede.HE  ii.18   Honorius 1 came to meet Paulinus 1 in Lincoln to be consecrated bishop of the church of Canterbury.
Event Bede.HE  ii.7   Mellitus 1 was buried in St Peter's.
Event Bede.HE  ii.7   A fire was burning the city of Canterbury. When Mellitus 1 arrived where the fury of the flames was at its height, he stopped the fire with his prayers
Event Bede.HE  ii.7   A fire was burning the city of Canterbury. When Mellitus 1 arrived where the fury of the flames was at its height, he stopped the fire with his prayers
Event Bede.HE  ii.7   Laurence 2 was buried in St Peter's church, near to Augustine 1.
Event Bede.HE  ii.6   Mellitus 1 consecrated the church that Eadbald 2 had built.
Event Bede.HE  ii.6   Eadbald 2 built a church dedicated to the holy mother of God in the monastery of St Peter.
Event Bede.HE  ii.6   When Laurence 2 was about to follow Justus 1 and Mellitus 1 to Gaul, he ordered a bed to be prepared in the church. As he slept, St Peter appeared to him and scourged him hard and long, telling him to follow his example and not abandon his flock.
Event Bede.HE  ii.5   Bertha 1 was buried in the same chapel where Æthelberht 3 was also buried.
Event Bede.HE  ii.5   Æthelberht 3 was buried in the chapel of St Martin, within the church of the Apostles St Peter and St Paul.
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Theodore 1 and Beorhtwald 6 were both buried in the church of St Peter and St Paul's, as there was no more room in the chapel where the other archbishops had been buried.
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Augustine 1's body was carried inside the church and honorably buried in the chapel on the north side.
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Augustine 1's body was buried outside but close to the church of St Peter and St Paul.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   Augustine 1 founded a monastery to the east of the city of Canterbury, in which Æthelberht 3 built the church of the Apostles St Peter and St Paul.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   Augustine 1 founded a monastery to the east of the city of Canterbury, in which Æthelberht 3 built the church of the Apostles St Peter and St Paul.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   Augustine 1 dedicated the church in the name of the holy Saviour, our Lord and God, Jesus Christ, and there he established a dwelling for himself and all his successors.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   Augustine 1, with the help of Æthelberht 3, restored a church, which had been built in ancient times by Roman believers.
Event Bede.HE  i.26   In the church of St Martin Augustine 1 and Anonymi 649 first began to meet to chant the psalms, to pray, to say mass, to preach, and to baptize.
Event Bede.HE  i.26   As soon as Augustine 1 and Anonymi 649 had entered the dwelling place allotted to them, they began to imitate the way of life of the apostles and of the primitive church.
Event Bede.HE  i.26   Bertha 1 used to pray in a church built in ancient times in honour of St. Martin.
Event Bede.HE  i.25   Æthelberht 3 gave Augustine 1 and his companions a dwelling in the city of Canterbury. As they approached the city, they sang a litany in unison.
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (ninth archbishop of the Canterbury church)
Education Bede.HE  Preface Albinus 2 educated in the Kentish Church by Theodore 1 and Hadrian 2
Education Bede.HE  Preface Albinus 2 educated in the Kentish Church by Theodore 1 and Hadrian 2
Transaction Bede.HE  iv.1   Theodore 1 granted the monastery of St Peter in Canterbury to Hadrian 2.
Transaction Bede.HE  i.25   King Æthelberht 3 gave Augustine 1 and his followers somewhere to settle in Canterbury, suitable to their rank.
Transaction Bede.HE  ii.3   many gifts on the bishop of the church of Canterbury and both lands and possessions for the maintenance of the bishop's retinues.
Transaction S3      Æthelberht 3, king of the English, to St Augustine for the minster of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 [St Augustine's, Canterbury]; grant of land to the east of Canterbury
Transaction S3      Æthelberht 3, king of the English, to St Augustine for the minster of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 [St Augustine's, Canterbury]; grant of land to the east of Canterbury
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  4 Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC  616 F(Lat.) Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC  616 AEF(OE and Lat.) Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop in Kent)
Office ASC  888 ADEG, <889> B, 889 CF(OE and Lat.) Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC  870 A Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Event ASC  870 A   Æthelred 13 was chosen as archbishop at Canterbury.
Event ASC  851 ADEF(OE)G, <853> B, 853 C   Three hundred and fifty ships (Anonymi 6) put Beorhtwulf 2 and his fierd (Anonymi 7) to flight.
Transaction S2      Æthelberht 3, king of Kent, to St Peter [Canterbury, St Peter's 1]; grant of land to the east of Canterbury for the foundation of a minster
Transaction S13      Oswine 2, king of Kent, to Æbbe 3, abbess (of Minster-in-Thanet); grant of 10 hides (manentes) in Sturry, Kent
Transaction S1244      Augustine 1, bishop of Canterbury, to the minster of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of privileges
Transaction S10      Swæfheard 1, king of Kent, to Æbbe 3, abbess (of Minster-in-Thanet); grant of 44 hides (manentes) in Sudaneie in Thanet, and 12 hides in Sturry, Kent
Office S1428a    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Britain and the city of Canterbury)
Office S72    Theodore 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Canterbury)
Office S66    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S4    Peter 4 held office of Abbot (of SS Peter 4 & Paul, Canterbury)
Office S12    Hadrian 2 held office of Abbot
Office S9    Hadrian 2 held office of Abbot (abbot of Canterbury, St Peter's 1)
Office S68    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S1244    Augustine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Canterbury)
Office S4    Augustine 1 held office of Bishop (first bishop of the church of Cantebury)
Event S6      Eadbald 2 ordered that he be buried in SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury
Event S6      Augustine 1 appointed Laurence 2 as his successor to the archdiocese of Canterbury
Event S4      Augustine 1 ordered that he and his successors should be buried in SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury
Event S4      Æthelberht 3 ordered that he and his successors should be buried in SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury
Event S4      Æthelberht 3 appointed Peter 4 as abbot of the monastery of SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury
Event S4      Æthelberht 3 had SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury built
Event S4      Æthelberht 3 granted land in Kent to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1
Event S3      Æthelberht 3 founded a monastery dedicated to SS Peter and Paul on his own land to the east of Canterbury [SS Peter and Paul, Canterbury 1]
Event S3      Æthelberht 3 gave Augustine 1 a plot of his own land to the east of Canterbury on which he had founded a monastery of SS Peter & Paul
Event S2      Æthelberht 3 gave land to St Peter for the foundation of a monastery [Canterbury, St Peter's 1]
Event S13      Oswine 2, king of Kent, to Æbbe 3, abbess (of Minster-in-Thanet); grant of 10 hides (manentes) in Sturry, Kent
Event S10      Swæfheard 1, king of Kent, to Æbbe 3, abbess (of Minster-in-Thanet); grant of 44 hides (manentes) in Sudaneie in Thanet, and 12 hides in Sturry, Kent
Transaction S7      Hlothhere 1, king of Kent, to Canterbury, St Peter's 1 (St Augustine's); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) in Stodmarsh, Kent
Office Wulfheard.ProfEpis.R4  2 Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop at the metropolitan see of the church of Canterbury)
Office Hunferth.ProfEpis.R12  2 Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
Office Hunferth.ProfEpis.R12  3 Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
Office Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the most holy city of Canterbury)
Office Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop
Office Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop
Office Deorwulf.ProfEpis.R23    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop
Office Kenestec.ProfEpis.R27    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (most pious and prudent bishop)
Office Hrethhun.ProfEpis.R10  2 Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
Office Ceolberht.ProfEpis.R13    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
Office Tunberht.ProfEpis.R21  2 Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop
Transaction S23      Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent, to Dunn 1, priest and abbot, and the church of St Mary's (Lyminge 1); grant of land by the river Limen and at Sandtun (Sampton, lost, in West Hythe), Kent
Office S250    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop
Office S16    Hadrian 2 held office of Abbot (Abbot of St Peter's, Canterbury)
Event S27      Bishop Ealdwulf 5 presents a charter of Eadberht 7 I (S27) to King Æthelberht 5 II and Archbishop Nothhelm 2 for confirmation
Event S23      Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent, to Dunn 1, priest and abbot, and the church of Lyminge 1; grant of land by the river Limen and at Sandtun (Sampton, lost, in West Hythe), Kent
Transaction S125      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Ealdberht 15, minister, and his sister, Selethryth 1, abbess; grant of 15 sulungs (aratra) at Ickham, Palmstead and Ruckinge, Kent, with swine-pastures, woodland and other appurtenances, including an urban tenement (vicus) at Curringtun in Canterbury
Transaction S125      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Ealdberht 15, minister, and his sister, Selethryth 1, abbess; grant of 15 sulungs (aratra) at Ickham, Palmstead and Ruckinge, Kent, with swine-pastures, woodland and other appurtenances, including an urban tenement (vicus) at Curringtun in Canterbury
Transaction S1182      Dunwald 1, minister of the late King Æthelberht 5, to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (St Augustine's); bequest of a residence (villa) in the market-place (forum) at Queen's Gate, Canterbury
Transaction S1182      Dunwald 1, minister of the late King Æthelberht 5, to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (St Augustine's); bequest of a residence (villa) in the market-place (forum) at Queen's Gate, Canterbury
Transaction S1182      Dunwald 1, minister of the late King Æthelberht 5, to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (St Augustine's); bequest of a residence (villa) in the market-place (forum) at Queen's Gate, Canterbury
Transaction S105      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Eardwulf 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent
Office S106    Stithberht 1 held office of Abbot (Canterbury, Christ Church)
Office S28    Jænberht 1 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury)
Office S118    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S111    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S140    Æthelnoth 6 held office of Abbot (abbot of SS Peter & Paul, Canterbury)
Event S28      Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent, was buried in Canterbury, St Augustine's
Event S28      Eadberht 15 II expressed his intention to be buried in St Augustine's, Canterbury; this pronouncement was made in the promulgation of a charter in Canterbury city
Event S28      Eadberht 15 II expressed his intention to be buried in St Augustine's, Canterbury; this pronouncement was made in the promulgation of a charter in Canterbury city
Event S105      Offa 7, king of Mercians, to Eardwulf 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent
Event S35      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester; grant of a half sulung (aratrum) a Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, and a marsh called Scaga
Event S28      Eadberht 15 II, king of Kent, to St Peter's Minster (St Augustine's), Canterbury; grant of 6 sulungs (aratra) at Mongeham, Kent, with rights in woodland at Singledge, Kent
Office OEMart  109 Augustine 1 held office of Bishop
Transaction S176      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 30 iugera at Bingley's Island, Canterbury
Transaction S168      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Appincg lond in Rainham, 2 sulungs at Suithhunincg lond at Graveney near Faversham, and 2.5 hagae in Canterbury, all in Kent, in return for 126 mancuses
Transaction S160      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of the men of Kent, to Selethryth 1, abbess, and her familia at Lyminge 1; grant of land in Canterbury to serve as a refuge
Office S1431b    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office S1267    Wærnoth 3 held office of Abbot (Abbot of Canterbury, St Augustine's)
Office S1265    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S1258    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (metropolitan of the church of Canterbury)
Office S276    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event S1431a      Archbishop Æthelheard 13, by the gift of the grace of God, happened to visit the thresholds of the Apostles and Leo 1, the most blessed pope of the apostolic see, about many rights of the churches of God. Among other necessary matters of business he related also the division that had wrongfully been made of the archiepiscopal see; and the apostolic pope, as he heard and understood that it had been done wrongfully, immediately made a decree by the privilege of his authority, and sent to Britain and ordered that the honour of the see of St Augustine 1 should be completely restored with all its dioceses, according as St Gregory 1, the apostle and teacher of our race, had arranged, and should be given back in all things to the honourable Archbishop Æthelheard 13 when he returned to his country; and Cenwulf 3 the pious king of the Mercians, carried this out along with his councillors, in the year of our Lord's incarnation 803, the eleventh indiction, on 12 October.
Event S1431a      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, presumed in the days of Archbishop Jænberht 1 with very great fraud to divide and cut asunder the honour and unity of the see of St Augustine our father in the city of Canterbury
Event S1267      Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of Canterbury, St Augustine's 1; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent
Event S1266      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne and Langdon in Eythorne, in exchange for 5 sulungs at Barham and Suithberhtincglond, Kent
Event S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent
Event S286      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to Ceolnoth 3, archbishop; grant of one hide (mansio) at Eastre(a)stadelham
Event S164      Confirmation of sale by King Cenwulf 3 to Archbishop Wulfred 6 of 7 sulungs (aratra) at Barham, Kent, for 30 pounds
Event S157      Cuthred 11, king of Kent, confirming: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Swithhun, minister; grant of land and a fishery
Transaction S187      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and the men of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds
Transaction S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent. The land at Liminum had been granted to Wulfred 6 by Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords., which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Queen Cynethryth 2. The land at Bishopsbourne had been given to Christ Church by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by King Offa 7, and then restored.
Transaction S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent. The land at Liminum had been granted to Wulfred 6 by Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords., which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Queen Cynethryth 2. The land at Bishopsbourne had been given to Christ Church by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by King Offa 7, and then restored.
Transaction S1265      Wulfred 6, archbishop of Canterbury, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of constitution for the familia
Transaction S1266      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne and Langdon in Eythorne, in exchange for 5 sulungs at Barham and Suithberhtincglond, Kent
Transaction S1266      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne and Langdon in Eythorne, in exchange for 5 sulungs at Barham and Suithberhtincglond, Kent
Transaction S1267      Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of St Augustine's, Canterbury; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent
Transaction S1267      Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of St Augustine's, Canterbury; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent
Transaction S1268      Wulfred 6, archbishop of Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of the reversion of a curtis within the monastery held by Dodda 2, monk. The curtis is to be used as an infirmary.
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S187      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury
Transaction S1258      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to the church of the Saviour in Canterbury [Canterbury, Christ Church 1]; grant of the monastery of Cookham and all lands pertaining to it. Æthelbald 4 sent the deeds and a sod from the land and ordered that they be laid upon the altar at Canterbury, Christ Church 1.
Transaction S1258      Dægheah 1 and Osberht 1 from Canterbury, Christ Church 1; theft of charters granting ownership of the monastery of Cookham, Berks.. The charters were handed over to Cynewulf 4, king of the West Saxons.
Transaction S338      Æthelred 15, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wighelm 8, presbyter; grant of a seat in the church of St Martin, with land appurtenant
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S319      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Eadred 7; grant of land at Horton, near Canterbury, Kent
Transaction S296      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold
Transaction S287      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ithda 1 or Dudda 5; grant of land at Canterbury
Transaction S1196      Plegred 1 from Æthelmod 7, dux; purchase of a half tun which previously pertained to Wilburgewellan near Canterbury (? Well near Ickham), Kent for 600 denarii
Office S1198    Dryhtnoth 1 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury)
Office S338    Beornhelm 8 held office of Abbot (abbot of Christ Church, Canterbury)
Office S330    Deornoth 3 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury)
Office S297    Wynnhere 2 held office of Abbot (Abbot of the monastery of St Peter the apostle)
Event S1439      Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain Æthelwulf 14 who said that his father, Æthelheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.
Event S338      Æthelred 15, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wighelm 8, presbyter; grant of a seat in the church of St Martin, with land appurtenant
Transaction S25      Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent, to the minster of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (Canterbury, St Augustine's); exchange whereby the minster cedes the half-use of a mill to the royal vill at Wye, Kent, in return for pasture rights in the Weald for its tenant at Chart, Kent
Transaction S25      Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (Canterbury, St Augustine's 1) to Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent; exchange whereby the minster cedes the half-use of a mill to the royal vill at Wye 1, Kent, in return for pasture rights in the Weald for its tenant at Chart, Kent
Transaction S28      Eadberht 15 II, king of Kent, to Canterbury, St Peter's 1 Minster (Canterbury, St Augustine's 1); grant of 6 sulungs (aratra) at Mongeham, Kent, with rights in woodland at Singledge, Kent
Transaction S35      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester; grant of a half sulung (aratrum) a Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, and a marsh called Scaga
Event ASC (E)  655 E   Here Ithamar 1 consecrated Deusdedit 1 to Canterbury on 6 kalends of April [= 26 March].
Event ASC (E)  668 EF(OE and Lat.)   Here Vitalian 1 consecrated Theodore 1 as archbishop [F(Lat.) substitutes: to the archbishopric of Canterbury].
Office ASC (E)  655 E Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop at Canterbury)
Office ASC (E)  627 F(OE and Lat.) Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop at Canterbury)
Office ASC (E)  668 EF(OE and Lat.) Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop
Event B.VitDunstani  26   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.
Office ASC (A)  924 A Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop in Canterbury)
Event ASC (A)  924 A   Wulfhelm 16 acceded to the archbishopric in Canterbury.
Event B.VitDunstani  36   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.
Event B.VitDunstani  36   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.
Office B.VitDunstani  26 Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office B.VitDunstani  36 Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop
Office B.VitDunstani  26 Oda 1 held office of Archbishop
Office B.VitDunstani  26 Beorhthelm 17 held office of Archbishop
Office Byrhtferth.VitEcgwini  iii.4 Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  13   Anonymous 541 was taken on horseback to the shrine of Augustine 1, through whose intercession he was healed in one foot.
Office ASC  940 A Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop in Canterbury)
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC (DEF)  925 F(OE and Lat.) Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (F(OE): Archbishop at Canterbury; F(Lat.) Archbishop of Kent)
Event ASC (DEF)  925 EF(OE and Lat.)   Here bishop Wulfhelm 16 was consecrated [F(OE and Lat.) adds: as archbishop of Canterbury].
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.16, pp. 480-2   Anonymous 541 proceeded on horseback from London to the tomb of Augustine 1 in Canterbury. By the medication of Augustine 1, Anonymous 541 obtained a partial remedy and was cured in one foot.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.5   With the consent of Anonymi 1664, Edmund 14 appointed Oda 1 as archbishop of Canterbury.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.5   Oda 1 saw a drop of blood flow out of the flesh of Christ's body and was struck with fear. He called the altar-minister who was nearby (Anonymous 662) and revealed to him the miracle. On the same day Oda 1 ordered all poor people, pilgrims, orphans and widows to assemble and he solemnly ordered food to be given to them to mark the glory of so great a miracle.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.6   While Oda 1 sought to renovate the church which had been consecrated by Augustine 1, no heavy rain fell on the city's ramparts.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.6   Augustine 1 consecrated Christ Church
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7   Augustine 1 founded a monastery near to the walls of the city of Canterbury.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.7   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.
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.1 Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.5 Oda 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.21 Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16 Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Abbo.PassioEadmundi  Preface Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office S1206    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S375    Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office John XIII.Ep.Z211    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office John XII.Ep.Z149    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office John XII.Ep.Z143    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop
Office John XII.Ep.Z142    Anonymi 1815 held office of Canon (canonici)
Office John XII.Ep.Z142    Peter 4 held office of Abbot
Event John XII.Ep.Z143      Following Eadred 16's request, John 24 wrote to confirm privileges for the monastery of St Peter and St Paul. It had to be free from every secular service. The archbishop had to have a peaceful relation with the abbot and had to treat the latter as a friend rather than a subject.
Event John XII.Ep.Z143      Æthelberht 3 founded the monastery which was consecrated by Augustine 1
Event John XII.Ep.Z142      Following Augustine 1's request, Æthelberht 3 founded the monastery of St Peter and St Paul (the later St Augustine 1's).
Event John XII.Ep.Z142      Following Gregory 1's command, Augustine 1 chose the monastery of St Peter and St Paul as a burial site for himself, Æthelberht 3 and their successors.
Event John XII.Ep.Z142      John 24 wrote to Eadred 16 and Anonymi 1814 to grant privileges to the monastery of St Peter and St Paul (later St Augustine's). The monastery was put under the direct care of Eadred 16. The privileges included the right for the community to elect their own abbot. The archbishop of Canterbury could celebrate mass there only when invited by the abbot.
Office S417    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S418    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S418a    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S419    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S421    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S422    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S423    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S424    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S425    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S428    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S429    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S430    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S431    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S432    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop
Office S434    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S435    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S436    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S438    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S440    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S441    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S442    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S445    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S447    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S448    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S449    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Transaction S1209      Wynnhelm 6 to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop; grant of land to the south of Canterbury
Event BonifaceIV.Ep.B10      Boniface1 wrote to Æthelberht 3 granting him the permission to set up a perpetual monastic community at Christ Church, Canterbury.
Event BonifaceIV.Ep.B10      Augustine 1 consecrated the monastery he founded in Canterbury to the name of Christ
Event BonifaceIV.Ep.B11      Æthelberht 3 built the church in Canterbury where Augustine 1 was buried. He also endowed it with several grants.
Event BonifaceV.Ep.B15      Boniface 2 thanked Justus 1 for his work in Kent and wrote to confirm that Canterbury had been given perpetual metropolitan status above all other churches in the kingdom of the English since the days of Gregory 1 and Augustine 1.
Event BonifaceV.Ep.B15      Gregory 1 made Canterbury a metropolitan see for Augustine 1 and his successors.
Event Honorius.Ep.B20      Honorius 2 sent a letter following Honorius 1's request to confirm Canterbury's metropolitan status and primacy over all the churches in England.
Event Vitalian.Ep.B24      At the request of Theodore 1, Vitalian 1 confirmed all the privileges that Gregory 1 had signed for Augustine 1, including the use of the pallium.
Event Deusdedit.Ep.B31      Deusdedit 2 confirmed privileges for the monastery of St Peter at Canterbury.
Event Agatho.Ep.B38      Æthelberht 3 founded the monastery of St Peter and St Paul just outside Canterbury and placed there a monastic community.
Event Agatho.Ep.B38      Following the request of Hadrian 2, Agatho 2 granted an apostolic privilege for the monastery of St Peter and St Paul at Canterbury.
Office BonifaceIV.Ep.B10    Laurence 2 held office of Bishop
Office BonifaceIV.Ep.B11    John 7 held office of Abbot
Office BonifaceV.Ep.B15    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Deusdedit.Ep.B31    Hadrian 2 held office of Abbot
Office Agatho.Ep.B48  p. 74 Theodore 1 held office of Fellow-bishop
Office Leo III.Ep.B306  p. 424 Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop
Office Gregory III.Ep.B151    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop
Office Leo III.Ep.B305    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop
Office John VIII.Ep.CS2    Æthelred 13 held office of Abbot
Office Formosus.Ep.CS8  p. 37 Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Formosus.Ep.CS8  p. 37 Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Alcuin.Ep  231 Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (Metropolitan archbishop of the church of Canterbury and primary see in Britain)
Office Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 189 line 38) Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop
Office Alcuin.Ep  293 Anonymous 775 held office of Priest
Office Alcuin.Ep  293 Anonymous 777 held office of Bishop
Occupation Alcuin.Ep  293 Anonymi 1974 Pupil
Transaction S1209      Wiihelm (? Wynnhelm 6) to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop; grant of land to the south of Canterbury
Office S512    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S510    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S508    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S507    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S504    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S503    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S502    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S500    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S499    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S498    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S497    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S495    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S494    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S493    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S492    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S491    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S490    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S489    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S487    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S486    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S485    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S482    Oda 1 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S478    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S477    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event ASC (A)  1031 A   Cnut 3 gave into Christ Church at Canterbury the harbour at Sandwich with defined rights.
Occupation ASC (A)  1031 A Anonymi 2055 Monk
Office S475    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S474    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S471    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S470    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S467    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S465    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S464    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S463    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S518    Wistan 1 held office of Abbot (abbot of Canterbury, St Augustine's 1)
Office S573    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S571    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S567    Oda 1 held office of Archipresul (archipresul of Canterbury)
Office S558    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S554    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S552    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S551    Oda 1 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S545    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S542    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S538      held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S537    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S536    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S535    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S534    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S533    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S531    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S530    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S529    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S528    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S527    Oda 1 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S526    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S525    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S524    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S523    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S521    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S519    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S517b    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S517a    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S517    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event Leo III.Ep.B288    Hadrian 3 Pope Hadrian 3, of blessed memory, our predecessor, diminished contrary to custom the authority of the bishop of Canterbury, and by his authority confirmed the division into two archiepiscopal sees, to that we truly reply that he did this for no other reason than because your excellent king, Offa 7, testified in his letter that it was the united wish and unanimous petition of you all, both on account of the vast size of your lands and the extension of your kingdom, and also for many more reasons and advantages. For these reasons chiefly did the lord apostolic Hadrian 3 send the dignity of the pallium to the bishop of the Mercians [Hygeberht 1].
Office S646    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S632    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S624    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S622    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S611    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S609    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S606    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S604    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S603    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S595    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S585    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S582    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop
Office S660    Beorhthelm 17 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S652    Beorhthelm 17 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   The king [sc. Æthelred 32] appointed Leofing 2 to the archiepiscopal see at Canterbury.
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Eadnoth 11 and Ælfhun 4 and the dwellers in the burh (Anonymi 2265) [F(Lat.) has instead: also the citizens of London] received him [sc. Ælfheah 44] [CD: with every mark of respect] [CD: sc. in London; EF(OE and Lat.): sc. in Canterbury].
Event ASC (C-F)  1011 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   When they [sc. Anonymi 2242] had completely investigated the burh [sc. of Canterbury], they betook themselves to the ships and led the archbishop [sc. Ælfheah 44] with them.
Event ASC (C-F)  1011 CDE   They [sc. Anonymi 2242] were in that burh [sc. Canterbury] as long as they liked.
Event ASC (C-F)  1011 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   They [sc. Anonymi 2242] came into [Canterbury] through treachery because Ælfmær 9 betrayed it.
Event ASC (C-F)  1011 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   They [sc. Anonymi 2242] besieged Canterbury.
Event ASC (C-F)  1009 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   An immense [CDE: hostile] here came after Lammas [= 1 August] to Sandwich and went directly to Canterbury.
Event ASC (C-F)  996 CDE   Here in this year Ælfric 46 was consecrated as archbishop at Christ Church.
Event ASC (C-F)  1020 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Æthelnoth 43 in that same year on the ides of November [= 13 November] was consecrated as bishop [F(OE) has: archbishop] [D adds: for Christ Church] [F(OE and Lat.) adds: by Wulfstan 41].
Event ASC (C-F)  1022 D   Æthelnoth 43 took the pallium from the altar of St Peter.
Status ASC (C-F)  1009 CDE Anonymi 2321 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1011 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 2263 held status of Captive / Captive
Status ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 2265 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1009 CDE Anonymi 2341 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Office ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Leofing 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop at Canterbury)
Office ASC (C-F)  1020 DEF(OE and Lat.) Æthelnoth 43 held office of Dean (Dean at Christ Church)
Occupation ASC (C-F)  1020 DEF(OE and Lat.) Æthelnoth 43 Monk
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 C   He [sc. Cnut 3] had the relics of St Ælfheah 44 taken from London to Canterbury after [his return to England].
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 D   Æthelnoth 43 with Harthacnut 1 came on the third day and they all bore the holy archbishop [sc. Ælfheah 44] to Canterbury.
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 D   Æthelnoth 43, Ælfsige 80, Beorhtwine 7 and all those with them (Anonymi 2355) placed Ælfheah 44's body on the north side of Christ's altar.
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 EF(OE and Lat.)   [F: In that same year] Æthelnoth 43 bore the relics of Archbishop St Ælfheah 44 from London to Canterbury [F(Lat.) substitutes: to his own see].
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 F(OE and Lat.)   Æthelnoth 43 consecrated [F(OE) has: blessed] him [sc. Ælfric 105] in Canterbury.
Event ASC (C-F)  1029 F(OE and Lat.)   Cnut 3 gave to Christ Church at Canterbury the harbour at Sandwich and all that derived from either side of the harbour as further defined.
Transaction S338      Æthelred 15, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wighelm 8, presbyter; grant of a seat in the church of St Martin, with land appurtenant
Office S1215    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S1214    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S820    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S813    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S811    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S808    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S807    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S804    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S801    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office S800    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S799    Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S798    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S797    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S795    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S794    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S789    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S788    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S787    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S786    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S783    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S782    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S781    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S780    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S777    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S775    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S773    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Office S772    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S769    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S759    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S758    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S757    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S756    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S754    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S751    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S749    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S748    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S746    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S739    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S738    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury )
Office S725    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S724    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (pp. 36-7)   Ceolnoth 3 was buried at Canterbury.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (pp. 31-2)   350 ships of pagans (Anonymi 6) arrived at the mouth of the Thames, destroyed Canterbury and put Beorhtwulf 2 to flight, after conquering his army (Anonymi 7).
Event ASC (F)  890 F(OE and Lat.)   Here Plegmund 1 was chosen by God and all the people (Anonymi 2595) to the archbishopric of Canterbury {F(Lat.) has: Kent].
Event ASC (F)  633 F(OE and Lat.)   Paulinus 1 returned with Æthelburg 1 to Canterbury [F(Lat.) substitutes: Kent].
Office ASC (F)  742 F(OE and Lat.) Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC (F)  796 F(OE) Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office ASC (F)  890 F(OE and Lat.) Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office George.Ep  p. 28 line 22 Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the holy Church of Dorouerna)
Office George.Ep  p. 28 lines 13-14 Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop ... of the holy church of Doroverna)
Office George.Ep  p. 20 lines 20-1 Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the holy church of Canterbury, which is called by another name Kent)
Event George.Ep  p. 20   Augustine 1 was buried in the church at Canterbury.
Event George.Ep  p. 20   Jænberht 1 received George 1 and Theophylactus 2, who stayed there and advised him of what was necessary.
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxix Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxviii Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxvii Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxvi Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxv Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxiv Æthelgar 8 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxiii Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxii Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xxi Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xx Æthelhelm 15 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xviii Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xvii Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xvi Feologeld 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xv Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xiv Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.xiii Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xii Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.xi Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.x Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.5.ix Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.viii Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.vii Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.vi Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.v Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.iv Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.iii Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.ii Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.5.i Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the people of Canterbury)
Transaction S905      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelred 35, his faithful man; lease, for the lives of himself and his wife [Anonymous 949], of land in Canterbury and of 6 agri outside the city, in return for 7 pounds, with reversion to Canterbury, Christ Church 1
Transaction S905      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelred 35, his faithful man; lease, for the lives of himself and his wife [Anonymous 949], of land in Canterbury and of 6 agri outside the city, in return for 7 pounds, with reversion to Canterbury, Christ Church 1
Transaction S905      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelred 35, his faithful man; lease, for the lives of himself and his wife [Anonymous 949], of land in Canterbury and of 6 agri outside the city, in return for 7 pounds, with reversion to Canterbury, Christ Church 1
Transaction S905      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelred 35, his faithful man; lease, for the lives of himself and his wife [Anonymous 949], of land in Canterbury and of 6 agri outside the city, in return for 7 pounds, with reversion to Canterbury, Christ Church 1
Office S943    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S940    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S938    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S1218    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S1456    Æthelred 36 held office of Port-reeve (port reeve of Canterbury)
Office S934    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S923    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S922    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S921    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S918    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S916    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S915    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S914    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S911    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S910    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S909    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S907    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S905    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S903    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S902    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S899    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S898    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S897    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S896    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S893    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S892    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S891    Wulfric 56 held office of Abbot (abbot of the church of St Augustine)
Office S891    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S890    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S889    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S888    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S887    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S886    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (electus archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S885    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S884    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S882    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S881    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S880    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S879    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S878    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S877    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S876    Wulfric 56 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's)
Office S876    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S875    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S874    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S872    Æthelgar 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S868    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S866    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S865    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S864    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S863    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S861    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S860    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S859    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S858    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S857    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S856    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S855    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S854    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S853    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S849    Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S846    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S844    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S842    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S841    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S840    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S838    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S835    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S834    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S995    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S993    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S981    Ælfwine 46 held office of Abbot (abbot of New Minster)
Office S981    Ælfmær 10 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's)
Office S979    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S977    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S976    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S974    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S971    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S969    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S964    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S962    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S962    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S959    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Canterbury)
Office S956    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S954    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica)
Office S953    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S951    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S1471    Godric 32 held office of Dean
Transaction S952      King Cnut 3 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; confirmation of privileges
Transaction S986      Writ of King Cnut 3 declaring that he has granted to Archbishop Æthelnoth 43 judicial and financial rights over his own men, and over Canterbury, Christ Church 1, and over as many thegns as the king has granted him to have.
Transaction S985      Writ of King Cnut 3 declaring that he has confirmed, at the request of Archbishop Lyfing 9, the liberties of Canterbury, Christ Church 1
Transaction S989      Writ of King Cnut 3 declaring that he has granted to the brethren of Canterbury, St Augustine's 1 judicial and financial rights over their own men, and over all the alodiaries whom he has given to them.
Transaction S1204      Ceolwulf 9 to Eanmund 8; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for 120 silver pence; with added note of a purchase by Æthelhere 6 in A.D. 888.
Office S379    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Possession S1204    Hymma 1 owner of land in Canterbury
Possession S1204    Deneberht 3 land in Canterbury
Possession S1204    Æthelmund 13 land in Canterbury
Event S1456      Godwine 23, bishop of Rochester, and Leofwine 37, Ælfheah 40's son, were reconciled at Canterbury about the estate at Snodland. When Bishop Godwine 23 succeeded to the episcopal see, by the command of his royal lord King Æthelred 32, after the death of Bishop Ælfstan 39, he found in the cathedral the very deeds which his predecessor had had and with which he laid claim to the estate. Then he set about laying claim to the estate - and durst not do otherwise for the fear of God - until the suit became known to the king. When the claim was known to him, he sent a letter and his seal to Archbishop Ælfric 46, and gave orders that he and his thegns in East Kent and West Kent should settle the dispute between them justly, weighing both claim and counterclaim. The next stage was that Bishop Godwine 23 came to Canterbury to the Archbishop, and thither came [also] Leofric 39 the sheriff and with him Abbot Ælfhun 3 and the thegns both of East Kent and West Kent - all the leading men - and there they dealt etc.
Occupation S1467    Ælfgar 44 Monk
Office S1389    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Christ Church)
Office S1461    Ælfmær 10 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury)
Office S1467    Ælfstan 66 held office of Abbot (abbot at St Augustine's)
Office S1465    Ælfstan 66 held office of Abbot (abbot of St Augustine's)
Office S1380    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the metropolitan city and of the church of Canterbury)
Office S1378    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event S1467      Account of the restoration of Sandwich to Christ Church, Canterbury, by King Harold 5, and of a dispute between Christ Church and St Augustine's, Canterbury, concerning Sandwich.
Event S1467      Account of the restoration of Sandwich to Christ Church, Canterbury, by King Harold 5, and of a dispute between Christ Church and St Augustine's, Canterbury, concerning Sandwich.
Office S2016    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Occupation S1510    Anonymi 2709 Monk
Occupation S1510    Badanoth 4 Monk
Office S460    Wulfhelm 16
Office Anon.EpisList5    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Æthelhelm 15 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Feologeld 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Anselm 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Lanfranc 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Stigand 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Robert 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Siweard 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelgar 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelhelm 15 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Feologeld 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelgar 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelhelm 15 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Feologeld 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Wulfhelm 16 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelhelm 15 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Feologeld 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.5 Oda 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Anon.EpisList1    Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Swithred 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Cuthbert 7 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Nothhelm 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Beorhtwald 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Deusdedit 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Honorius 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Justus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Mellitus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of Canterbury)
Office S446    Wulfhelm 16
Office S1215    Ælfsige 53
Transaction S1182      Æthelberht 5, king, to Dunwald 1, his minister; grant of a residence (villa) in the market-place (forum) at Queen's Gate, Canterbury
Transaction S287      Lulla 8 from Æthelwald 27; purchase of land at Canterbury, Kent
Transaction S1199      Ealhhere 9 to Oswig 2 and Weahtræth 1; grant of land (? in Canterbury) in exchange for 270 denarii
Transaction S1204      Æthelhere 6 from ? Eanmund 8; purchase of land in Canterbury.
Transaction S1414      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Wærheard 2, his kinsman; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury
Transaction S1182      Dunwald 1, minister of Æthelberht 5 II, to Hringwine 1; lease of a residence (villa) in the market-place at Canterbury.
Event S1458      The history of the 6 sulungs at Wouldham.
Event Leo III.Ep.B288    Leo 1 Pope Leo 1 III to Cenwulf, king of the Mercians; letter explaining that he will not consent to moving the metropolitan dignity from Canterbury to London.
Event Leo III.Ep.B288    Offa 7 Offa 7, king of the Mercians, wrote to Pope Hadrian 3 asking him to divide the archdiocese of Canterbury.
Office S998    Eadsige 12
Office S1002    Eadsige 12
Office S1002    Ælfsige 90
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043 Wulfric 67 Abbot of St Augustine's, [Canterbury]
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043 Ælfstan 66 Abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043   Wulfric 67 was consecrated abbot of St Augustine’s at Christmas-time on St Stephen’s day by permission of the king and of Abbot Ælfstan 66, because of the abbot’s great infirmity.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1044 Ælfstan 66 Abbot of St Augustine's, [Canterbury].
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1047   Bishop Grimcytel 3 rested at Christ Church [Canterbury].
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046 Wulfric 67 Abbot of St Augustine's
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1048   Then the archbishop [Robert 5] came from Rome one day before the feast of St Peter, and occupied his archiepiscopal throne at Christ Church on St Peter’s day, and soon after he went to the king [Edward 15].
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1048   Then Eustace 1 came from overseas, and went to the king and told him what he wished, and then went homewards. When he came east to Canterbury, he and his men took refreshment there, and went to Dover. When he was some miles or more on this side of Dover he put on his corselet [byrne] and all his companions [gefera] did likewise. So they went to Dover. When they got there, they wished to lodge where it suited their own convenience. Then one of Eustace 1’s men [Anonymous 10019] came and wished to stay at the home of a householder [husbonda] [Anonymous 10016] against his will, and he wounded the householder, and the householder killed him. Then Eustace 1 got upon his horse and his companions upon theirs, and went to the householder and killed him upon his own hearth, and afterwards they went up towards the town and killed, within and without, more than 20 men [Anonymi 10009]. And the townsmen killed 19 men [Anonymi 10010] on the other side and wounded they did not know how many. And Eustace 1 escaped with a few men and went back to the king and gave him a prejudiced account of how they had fared, and the king grew very angry with the townsmen.

And the king sent for Earl Godwine 51 and ordered him to carry war into Kent to Dover because Eustace 1 had informed the king that it was more the townsmen’s fault than his. But it was not so. And the earl would not consent to this expedition because he was reluctant to injure his own province. Then the king sent for all his council and ordered them to come to Gloucester near the later feast of St Mary. The foreigners [wielisc] [Anonymi 10007] then had built a castle in Herefordshire in Earl Swein 3’s province, and had inflicted every possible injury and insult upon the king’s men in those parts. Then Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Swein 3 and Earl Harold 3 came together at Beaverstone, and many men with them, and intending to go to their royal lord and to all the councillors who were assembled with him, so that they should have the advice and support of the king and of all the councillors as to how they should avenge the insult to the king and to all the people. Then the foreigners went beforehand to the king and accused the earls, so that they were not allowed to come into his sight, because, they said, they meant to come and betray the king.

Earl Siweard 11 and Earl Leofric 49 had come there to the king and a large company with them from the north, and Earl Godwine 51 and his sons were informed that the king and the men who were with them meant to take measures against them. And they strengthened themselves firmly in reply, though they were reluctant to have to stand against their royal lord. Then the councillors gave advice that evil doing should cease on both side, and the king gave the peace of God, and his complete friendship to both sides.

Then the king and his councillors decided that there should be a meeting of all the councillors a second time at London at the autumnal equinox, and the king ordered the force to be called out on both south of the Thames and in the north, all the best of them. Then Earl Swein 3 was declared an outlaw and Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Harold 3 were ordered to come to the meeting as quickly as ever they could make the journey. Then they got there they were summoned to the meeting. Then Godwine 51 asked for safe conduct and hostages, so that he could come to the meeting, and leave it, without being betrayed. Then the king asked for all those thegns that the earls had had, and they were all handed over to him. Then the king sent to them again and ordered them to come with 12 men into the king’s council. Then the earl again asked for a safe conduct and hostages so that he might be allowed to exculpate himself of all charges that were brought against him. But he was refused hostages and granted 5 days’ safe conduct to leave the country.

Then Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Swein 3 went to Bosham and there launched their ships and went overseas and sought Baldwin 4’s protection, and stayed there all winter. Earl Harold 3 went west to Ireland, and was there all the winter under that king’s protection [prob. Diarmait 1, king of Leinster].

And as soon as this had happened the king put away the lady who was consecrated his queen [Eadgyth 3], and deprived her of all that she owned, land and gold and silver and everything; and entrusted her to his sister at Wherwell [Anonymous 10018].
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CE 1052 Stigand 1 held office of Archbishop
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1053 Stigand 1 'In this year there was no archbishop in the land, but Bishop Stigand held the bishopric in Canterbury at Christ Church'.
Occupation ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1058 Æthelric 64 Monk of Christ Church
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1061 Wulfric 67 held office of Abbot of St Augustine's
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1061 Æthelsige 43 held office of Abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.1   Amid the festive joy of all the people, earls and bishops were sent to fetch [Edward 15]. By these he was brought back safely [from Normandy], by those acknowledged with alacrity; and before he was raised to the royal throne, he was consecrated God's anointed at Christ Church, Canterbury. Everywhere he was acclaimed with loyal undertakings with loyal undertakings of submission and obedience. Now that the kingdom was settled under its native rule there was rejoicing by all... not only the English... but indeed the whole of Gaul on account of its close kinship.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   After the death of Eadsige 12, Æthelric 65 was beloved in [the Christchurch] community. Both the whole body of the clergy and the monks of his monastery asked for his appointment as archbishop, and they elected him to the office both by general consent and by petition according to the rule.
Occupation Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3 Æthelric 65 a monk named Æthelric 65
PersonInfo Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3 Æthelric 65 Æthelric 65 was from childhood educated in the monastic discipline at Christchurch, Canterbury.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   The clergy and monks of Canterbury sent to Godwine 51 and reminded him of his kin, and entreated him for the love of his relative [Æthelric 65] to approach the king [Edward 15] and to approve this man as their pontiff, since he was a nursling of that church and elected according to canon law. But since... in those days the good king lent his ear more to the rival party, the earl [Godwine 51] suffered a defeat in pressing his request.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1066, 1067; E 1067   MS D (1066): King William 1 went in spring overseas to Normandy, and took with him Archbishop Stigand 1, and Æthelnoth 46, abbot of Glastonbury, and Edgar 14 Cild and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Waltheof 2 and many other good men from England.

MS D (1067):

This year the king came back to England on St Nicholas's day [6 December]. And that day Christ Church was burnt down. MS E (1067): In this year the king went overseas and took with him hostages and money and came back the next year on St Nicholas’s day [6 December]. And that day Christ Church at Canterbury was burnt down.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1086 Scotland 1 held office of Abbot
Event Okasha19  i   Wudemann 1 made (me).
Event Okasha21  i   On 11 March 1063, Wulfmæg 1, sister of Abbot Wulfric 67, departed from this life.
Event Okasha161      Here is interred Edzie 1 or Gerald son of Edward 20 ... Who died in Christ on 19 May. Say always to his soul 'May he rest in peace'. Herewald 5 made me.
Office S1004    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1011    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1018    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1020    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1022    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1025    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1036    Stigand 1 held office of Archbishop
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   Robert 5 left the see of London and, archbishop by royal grant, migrated to the Kentish church, while all the clergy protested with all their might against the wrong.
Office S1044    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office S1057    Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.1.1 Augustine 1 held office of Archbishop of Canterbury
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.1.2 Laurence 2 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.2.2   Goscelin 1 adds [to the saints buried in Augustine's church] stones of glory beyond price, whose lightning flashes bring destruction on the wicked and help to the suppliant: Abbot Hadrian 2 and the virgin Mildrith 1, notable alike for their name and their sweet natures.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3   After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.4   Nothhelm 2 died after five years, to be replaced by Cuthbert 7, bishop of the Mercians at Hereford.
Transaction S1400      Eadsige 12, archbishop, to St Augustine's, Canterbury; grant of land near Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.1   After seventeen years as bishop, Cuthbert 7 fell ill, and on the verge of death ordered his people to bury his body in the cathedral.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.1   After seventeen years as bishop, Cuthbert 7 fell ill, and on the verge of death ordered his people to bury his body in the cathedral. The monks of St Augustine's were by long-standing custom unmanageable, and prone to snatch away the bodies of dead archbishops with some force. So Cuthbert 7 laid down that there should be no weeping or wailing in court or city, no funeral rites in public. All was quiet within, and outsiders were barred entry, when the bishop's body was brought into the bosom of the church of St John the Baptist, which he had built next to the main church, and it was not claimed back by the other party.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.1   Cuthbert 7's body was brought into the bosom of the church of St John the Baptist [in Canterbury], which he had built next to the main church.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2   Bregowine 1 took over Cuthbert 7 for three years, and then left the see open for Jænberht 1, formerly abbot of St Augustine's.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2 Jænberht 1 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2 Jænberht 1 held office of Abbot of St Augustine's
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2 Bregowine 1 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1   [Jænberht 1] was buried in the chapter house at St Augustine's, [Canterbury].
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1   [Jænberht 1's] successor for thirteen years was Æthelheard 13 bishop of Winchester, a man of remarkable energy and high influence with the nobility.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1 Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop of Canterbury
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1   Softened by [Æthelheard 13's] counsels, Offa 7's son Ecgfrith 7 would have restored the distinction of the archbishopric to Canterbury, had not fate removed him abruptly from the stage.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.2   Cenwulf 3 king of the Mercians was advised by Æthelheard 13 and the archbishop of York, Eanbald 2, how wickedly his predecessor [Offa 7] had behaved, and brought back the old system in full; the king sent letters from himself and all the bishops of England to Leo 1, Hadrian 3's successor, and the archbishop in person actively forwarded the mission. This is proved by ancient sources such as letters by Alcuin 1.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.14.1 Oda 1 held office of Archbishop of Canterbury for twenty years
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.15.1-2   Oda 1 went to Northumbria to bring away the holy bodies of saints, in whom that district had once been so fertile. So it came about that he saw to his grief the church of the excellent father Wilfrid 2 at Ripon in the state of ruin brought on it by the Danes; he cleared away the rubble over the tomb, and respectfully moved the relics to Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.3   Through Oda 1's prayers no drop of rain wetted the cathedral [of Canterbury] while the roofing was going on. He also displayed altar bread turned to flesh and the wine in the chalice to blood, and then brought them back to their true appearance and made them fit for human purposes again.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.4   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.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.5 Ælfsige 30 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.5-6   On Oda 1's death Ælfsige 30 got supporters together by greasing their palms, forged an edict from King Edgar 11, and was foisted upon Canterbury. He stamped on the grave of the blessed Oda 1, and abused his soul. Later he set off across the Alps to receive the pallium at Rome and froze to death.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  I.18.1 Dunstan 1 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  I.18.1   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.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.1 Æthelgar 8 held office of Archbishop for one year after Dunstan 1
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.1 Ælfric 46 held office of Archbishop for eleven years
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.2 Sigeric 9 held office of Archbishop for five years
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.3 Ælfheah 44 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.21.1 Lyfing 9 held office of Archbishop for seven years for Æthelread 32 after Ælfheah 44
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.21.3 Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop for eighteen years for Cnut 3 after Lyfing 9
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.21.3 Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop for eleven years after Æthelnoth 43
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.22.1 Robert 5 held office of Archbishop for Edward 15
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.23.1 Stigand 1 held office of Archbishop for seventeen years
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.30   Boniface 1 through Mellitus 1 grants permission to Æthelberht 3 to found a Benedictine monastery in Canterbury under Laurence 2.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.31   Boniface 2 supposedly writes to Justus 1 confirming the primacy of Canterbury and referring to conversion of King Eadbald 2.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.32   Honorius 2 confirms to Honorius 1 the primacy of the church of Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.34   Sergius 1 commends Beorhtwald 6 to Æthelred 2, Aldfrith 1, and Ealdwulf 3 as the primate of all England.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.34   Sergius 1 supposedly informs the bishops of Britain that he has conferred the right of pallium on Beorhtwald 6, the successor of Theodore 1.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.36   Gregory 3 informs the bishops of England of the appointment of Tatwine 2, arriving with the pallium and the dalmatic and approving for him all the privileges of the office which his predecessors are known to have enjoyed. He also confirmed the primacy of the bishop of Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.37   Leo 1 confirms to Æthelheard 13 the primacy of Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.38   Formosus 1 confirms Plegmund 1's primacy to all the bishop of England.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.39   John 24 confirms to Dunstan 1 all the insignia of his predecessors.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.6-7   After the death of Æthelberht 3 and Sæberht 1, Mellitus 1 was deposed by the petty kings who followed, and came to Canterbury. There he found his fellows in a turmoil of problems; so, taking Justus 1 with him, he withdrew to Gaul to await calmer times. But God did not fail them; the heart of King Eadbald 2 was softened into belief, and both men were soon recalled. Justus 1 had no difficulty in entering his own see, but Eadbald 2 was powerless to restore Mellitus 1. For some time he held no office; but later, on Laurence 2's death, he was made archbishop of Canterbury.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.23   Frithestan 1 was one of the seven bishops consecrated on a single day at Canterbury by Archbishop Plegmund 1 in the time of Alfred 8's son King Edward 2. His many good works are still observable from a quantity of books, and the holiness of his life from a tomb that is not, like that of others, hidden away.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76   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.
Transaction S1471      Æthelric 76 and his son, Esbern 3, were to enjoy their estates, Stowting and Milton and the haga in the town [i.e. Canterbury] which Æthelric 76 had himself built, during their lifetimes, in accordance with the arrangements which Archbishop Æthelnoth 43 and Æthelric 76 had made. After the death of them both the estates were to pass to Archbishop Eadsige 12, if he outlived them, or to his successor, unless one of their friends could continue to hold the estates, agreeably to the archbishop, at a fair rent or in accordance with such other arrangements as may be devised at the time with the existing archbishop.
Office S1471    Wulfric 56 held office of Abbot
Event S1471      Æthelric 76 built a haga in the port [i.e. Canterbury].
Office S1472    Ælfstan 66 held office of Abbot
Office S1473    Godric 32 held office of Dean
Office S1473    Wulfric 67 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.6-10   Eanflæd 1 recommended Wilfrid 2 to the personal attention of Eorcenberht 1 king of Kent, her uncle [Eadbald 2's] son. So he arrived in Canterbury and increased his knowledge. A year later, he was attached by the king to the company of an energetic young man, Biscop 2, later abbot of Monkwearmouth, and with him sped on his way to Rome. Arrived at Lyon, he won over the archbishop Dalfinus 1. Having visited Rome and fulfilled his desires, he returned to Dalfinus 1 at Lyon, who adopted him as his son and made him cleric. Wilfrid 2 would have stayed with his benefactor, but Balthild 1 sent people to kill the archbishop. Wilfrid 2, ready to die with Dalfinus 1, was nevertheless saved at the last moment and sent back to England.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.109.9-11   Wilfrid 2 fell ill during visiting his monastery at Oundle and died in the seventy-sixth year of his age and the forty-sixth of his bishopric. His body was carried to Ripon and buried with great reverence. When after many years the monastery of Ripon was destroyed, Wilfrid 2 was taken to Canterbury, where he is regarded as among the greatest and receives pre-eminent honour.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.111   There is a feud between York and Canterbury regarding which of the two has the body of Wilfrid 2: those of Canterbury claim that they possess Wilfrid 2 senior, while those of York contend that it was the younger Wilfrid 4 who was transferred to Canterbury by Archbishop Oda 1.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8   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.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.186.9   Biscop 2 spent most of his life abroad on business. He therefore gladly yielded control of St Augustine's Canterbury to Hadrian 2 on his arrival, although King Ecgberht 3 had appointed him abbot there. Biscop 2 did so out of respect for his superior, Archbishop Theodore 1.
Education WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.189.3-4 Aldhelm 3 Hadrian 2 educated Aldhelm 3 in liberal arts.
Education WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.189.1 Aldhelm 3 Aldhelm 3 was sent to school to Hadrian 2; as a child he became adept in both Greek and Latin.
Office Bates39    Scotland 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bates68    Scotland 1 held office of Abbot
Office Hemming.Codicellus  276 Eadsige 12 held office of Archbishop
Office Bates305    Scotland 1 held office of Abbot
Office NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  31 Tatwine 2 held office of Archbishop
Event RestingPlaces  II.29   St Dunstan 1, archbishop, and Augustine 1 rest at Canterbury with many others.
Possession GDB  10 (Kent 5:144) Bayeux 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  9v (Kent 5:125) Odo 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 6 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  9v (Kent 5:125) Bayeux 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 6 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  10 (Kent 5:144) Odo 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  10 (Kent 5:144) Sigeræd 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1066)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:5) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 11 sulungs in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:5) Esbiorn 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 11 sulungs in Canterbury, Kent (in 1066)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:4) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 4 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:3) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 45 urban tenements in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:1) William 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in Canterbury, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  2 (Kent C:1) Edward 15 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in Canterbury, Kent (in 1066)
Possession GDB  1v (Kent M:1) Dover, St Martin's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 10.50 sulungs in -, Kent (in 1086)
Possession GDB  1v (Kent M:1) Dover, St Martin's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 10.50 sulungs in -, Kent (in 1066)
Office EMC Coin  1963.0009 (N 362 (Cn. 97)) Lulla 13 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1963.0009 (N 362 (Cn. 97)) Lulla 13
Office EMC Coin  1963.0009 (N 362 (Cn. 97)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0984 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Leofweald 9 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0984 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Leofweald 9
Office EMC Coin  2001.0984 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0506 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0506 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2003.0233 (N 276 (Light coinage, Cross and saltire of lobes obverse)) Eoba 6 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0233 (N 276 (Light coinage, Cross and saltire of lobes obverse)) Eoba 6
Office EMC Coin  2003.0233 (N 276 (Light coinage, Cross and saltire of lobes obverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0233 (N 276 (Light coinage, Cross and saltire of lobes obverse)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1987.0106 (N 272.1 (new) (Light coinage, Standard obverse) (CEB 13/16)) Eoba 6 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1987.0106 (N 272.1 (new) (Light coinage, Standard obverse) (CEB 13/16)) Eoba 6
Office EMC Coin  1987.0106 (N 272.1 (new) (Light coinage, Standard obverse) (CEB 13/16)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1987.0106 (N 272.1 (new) (Light coinage, Standard obverse) (CEB 13/16)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0936 (N 291 (CEB 49) (Light coinage, Portrait; Celtic cross reverse)) Ealhred 2 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0936 (N 291 (CEB 49) (Light coinage, Portrait; Celtic cross reverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0951 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Eadweald 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0951 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Eadweald 2
Office EMC Coin  2001.0951 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0305 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Eadsige 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1995.0305 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0953 (N 206.1 (Eadberht Præn: moneyer Duda; tribrach)) Dudda 19 held office of Moneyer for Eadberht 18
Office EMC Coin  2001.0953 (N 206.1 (Eadberht Præn: moneyer Duda; tribrach)) Eadberht 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0953 (N 206.1 (Eadberht Præn: moneyer Duda; tribrach)) Eadberht 18
Office EMC Coin  2009.0136 (N 356 (Cn. 42-3, 48-55)) Beornfrith 12 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0136 (N 356 (Cn. 42-3, 48-55)) Beornfrith 12
Office EMC Coin  2009.0136 (N 356 (Cn. 42-3, 48-55)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0136 (N 356 (Cn. 42-3, 48-55)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1995.0307 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Alfred 74 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1995.0307 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1980.0019 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1980.0018 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Harold 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.1003 (N 278 (CEB 34) (Bp Eadberht, with Offa)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1999.1003 (N 278 (CEB 34) (Bp Eadberht, with Offa)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.1003 (N 278 (CEB 34) (Bp Eadberht, with Offa)) Eadberht 49
Office EMC Coin  1999.1003 (N 278 (CEB 34) (Bp Eadberht, with Offa)) Eadberht 49 held office of Bishop
Office EMC Coin  1995.0306 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis (no further details, N 803-7)) Harold 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0216 (Coenwulf of Mercia (no further details)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  2008.0216 (Coenwulf of Mercia (no further details)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0216 (Coenwulf of Mercia (no further details)) Wodel 2
Office EMC Coin  2008.0216 (Coenwulf of Mercia (no further details)) Wodel 2 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  2006.02 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.02 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Wynstan 12
Office EMC Coin  2006.02 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Wynstan 12 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3