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Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon charter bounds

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Published by Boydell Press in Woodbridge, Suffolk, Rochester, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Worcestershire (England),
  • England,
  • Worcestershire
    • Subjects:
    • Anglo-Saxons -- England -- Worcestershire -- Sources,
    • Worcestershire (England) -- Charters, grants, privileges,
    • Worcestershire (England) -- History -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDella Hooke.
      SeriesStudies in Anglo-Saxon history,, 2
      ContributionsSawyer, P. H.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.W9 H58 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination441 p. :
      Number of Pages441
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1850720M
      ISBN 100851152767
      LC Control Number90002224

      Hartlebury Castle, a Grade I listed building, in Worcestershire, central England, was built in the midth century as a fortified manor house on land given to the Bishop of Worcester by King Burgred of Mercia. It lies near Stourport town in north Worcestershire. The manor of Hartlebury belonged to the bishops of Worcester from before the Norman Conquest. The castle was thus Coordinates: Latitude: Longitude:


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Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon charter bounds by Della Hooke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Careful study of the charter evidence throws light on the history of settlement and land use, and shows that many features of the medieval county, for instance the rich arable lands of the Vale of Evesham and the wooded landscapes of Malvern and Wyre, were already present in Anglo-Saxon Worcestershire.

The book presents all the topographical detail in the charters, together with all the estate boundaries; each charter Author: Della Hooke.

Summary: Discussing the history of settlement and land use, this book shows that many features of the medieval country were already present in Anglo-Saxon Worcestershire.

It presents several topographical detail in the charters, together with the estate boundaries. It maps each charter individually and locates the charter's landmarks.

Warwickshire, a late Anglo-Saxon county drawn up around the defended burh of Warwick, brought together the eastern part of the kingdom of the Hwicce and part of Greater Mercia. This book presents all the topographical detail in the Anglo-Saxon charters and especially that in associated boundary clauses, all freshly transcribed from surviving documents, many of Cited by: 1.

Careful study of the charter evidence throws light on the history of settlement and land use, and shows that many features of the medieval county, for instance the rich arable lands of the Vale of Evesham and the wooded landscapes of Malvern and Wyre, were already present in Anglo-Saxon Worcestershire.

The book presents all the topographical detail in the charters, together with all the estate boundaries; each charter. - Buy Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds (Studies in Anglo-Saxon History) book online at best prices in India on Read Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds (Studies in Anglo-Saxon History) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Della Hooke.

Worcestershire Anglo Saxon Charter Bounds by Hooke, Della and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Warwickshire, a late Anglo-Saxon county drawn up around the defended burh of Warwick, brought together the eastern part of the kingdom of the Hwicce and part of Greater Mercia.

This book presents all the topographical detail in the Anglo-Saxon charters and especially that in associated boundary clauses, all freshly transcribed from surviving documents, many of. This is probably the best book about Anglo-Saxon charters I have read this week.

The charter "Lease of land by Oswald Archbishop of York and Bishop of Worcester to Eadric" made me burst into tears. One little point of criticism: I think A.J. Robertson's typewriter needs a bit of s: 1. Anglo-Saxon charters with Old English bounds.

These documents are constantly used in place-name study. There seemed to be no convenient one-volume pdf edition, so I made this one. The extracts are classified by the Sawyer (S) number. See the Electronic Sawyer for the meaning of these numbers. You will also need to refer to this for references.

Bridges, T, Churches of Worcestershire, Almeley Hilton, R, A medieval society: the west midlands at the end of the thirteenth century Hooke, D, The Anglo-Saxon landscape: the kingdom of the Hwicce, Manchester Hooke, D, Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon charter-bounds, Woodbridge Pevsner, N, The buildings of England: Worcestershire.

Hooke, Della., The Anglo-Saxon landscape: the kingdom of the Hwicce / Della Hooke. Manchester: Manchester University Press, Dr DELLA HOOKElectures in geography at Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education (Gloucestershire) and is an Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Geography, the University of Birmingham.

Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter-Bounds is by the same : Della Hooke. Books By Della Hooke All Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds (STUDIES IN ANGLO-SAXON HISTORY) $ $ Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds (Studies in Anglo-Saxon History) Aug 2, by Della Hooke Hardcover.

$ $ More Buying Choices. Charters For a brief guide to charters, click here For some medieval records in Ancestry's UK and Ireland Collection, click here (1) General collections.

Anglo-Saxon: Anglo-Saxon Charters web site. This site contains many listings and texts of Anglo-Saxon charters, as well as much background material. 3 SAWYER, P H,Anglo-Saxon Charters: an Annotated List and Bibliography, Royal Historical Society, S, S, S (London).

4 HOOKE, D,Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds, Studies in Anglo-Saxon History, Volume II,& The same charter discussed by Della Hooke in “Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds” 71 is supposedly the description of the post-conquest Oldswinford.

The writer suggests, however, that between AD and Pedmore manor, lying to the south of Oldswinford, had been carved out of Oldswinford as a reward to some Saxon gentleman. Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds by Della Hooke,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds: Della Hooke: We use cookies Author: Della Hooke. A Saxon charter of the year records that Coenwulf, King of Mercia, granted the manor of Salwarpe to Denebeorht, Bishop of Worcester, and his Priory.

By the 11th century, the grant had been alienated, and a nobleman named Godwine had possession of the principal manor of Salwarpe, while his brother Leofric, Earl of Mercia, was a lesser landowner y: England. Book Author(s) Della Hooke Date Publisher Leicester University Press Pub place Further Reading Next: Landscape and Settlement in Britain, A.D.

Previous: Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon charter bounds. Library availability. View in catalogue Find other formats/editions. Buy on campus from Buy from Worcester Reach online store.

Anglo-Saxon charter websites Charters dating (or purporting to date) from before the Norman Conquest can engender some rather strange reactions among those whose research touches upon them, whether in passing or as a more central plank of their enquiries.

Abbey abbod Abbot acres aefter andlang Anglo-Saxon appears arcebisceop Archbishop belong bisceop Bishop of Ramsbury Bishop of Winchester BISHOP OF WORCESTER boundaries Brihtric British Museum Bury St Edmunds butan Canterbury charter Christchurch church Cnut Cristes daege death diac document Eadric Eadsige Ealdred Ealdulf eall Earl Earl of.

The Anglo-Saxon charter can take many forms: it can be a lease (often presented as a chirograph), a will, an agreement, a writ or, most commonly, a grant of land. Our picture is skewed towards those that regard land, particularly in the earlier period (though it must also be admitted that the emergence of wills and chirorographs also owed much to later development).

While listening to a lecture by Professor Simon Keyes of Cambridge, the leading authority on Anglo-Saxon charters, a passing reference to a charter from Worcester witnessed by Edward the Confessor caught my attention.

It has always been said that the Anglo-Saxon king Edward the Confessor (reigned ), unlike many later English rulers, never travelled as. The document available here proposes a new route for the charter bounds. This is based upon many of the aforementioned researchers' published notes (particularly the translation provided by Dr D Hooke in her book Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds) as well as some additional observations from new map and field work.

Saxon Charters and Field Names of Gloucestershire, Volumes George Beardoe Grundy Council of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, - Names, Geographical.

Cofton Hackett is a village and civil parish in the Bromsgrove District of north east Worcestershire, is miles ( km) southwest of the city centre of Birmingham and 16 miles (26 km) northeast ofthe village had a population of 1, but with housing development on the former Austin Rover site, this is expected to double over the District: Bromsgrove.

S A.D. x Wulfstan, archbishop, to Wulfgifu; lease, for three lives, of a half (mansa) hide at Perry Wood in St Martin's-without-Worcester, with reversion to the church of with English bounds. Archive: Worcester MSS: 1.

BL Add. xi 1; BM Facs., iv). Get this from a library. Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon charter bounds. [Della Hooke] -- A presentation of all the topographical detail in the Anglo-Saxon Warwickshire charters, especially that in associated boundary clauses, all freshly transcribed from surviving documents.

Each. The Anglo-Saxon Charter of Stoke Bishop: a study of the boundaries of Bisceopes stoc. The Anglo-Saxon Charters of Worcester Cathedral.

A rare original article from the Journal of The British Archaeological Association, By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and. About this Item: Cambridge University Press, Hardcover.

Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Published by Cambridge University Press inthis is the first hardback printing of A J Robertson's ANGLO-SAXON CHARTERS (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History).

pages, olive and gilt cloth binding, the book is in very good condition with the bookplate of a. S is one of the so-called Orthodoxorum charters, a group of documents which provide important evidence about the Anglo-Saxon chancery, the development of charters in the tenth century, and the history of Pershore Abbey and the tenth-century Benedictine reforms.

The document has therefore received a great deal of attention over the past century or so, but this Cited by: 1. Della Hooke has 18 books on Goodreads with ratings. Della Hooke’s most popular book is Trees in Anglo-Saxon England: Literature, Lore and Landscape.

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Academy Pod Stars Applesauce Scandalous Beauty Full text of "Anglo-saxon Charters". S A.D. Æthelbald, king of the Mercians and of the South Angli, to Cyneberht, comes; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Ismere by the river Stour and land at.

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It remained in force for years, until. The territories which ultimately became Staffordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, and Herefordshire have Anglo-Saxon origins.

A close look at the last three shires suggests the possibility of a territorial organisation dated to the British period, with bounds discernible in the Anglo-Saxon shire structure. Anglo-Saxon Charter of Worcester. Written between andthis important charter reveals the workings of the boroughs which were being planted in this period.

In part they were defences against Danish attack. King Alfred created a chain of them around Wessex. The ‘Dunstan B’ charters - Volume 23 - Simon Keynes. Thanks largely to the work of John Mitchell Kemble, it could be said in connection with the publication of a charter of King Edgar in that ‘the discovery of a new Anglo-Saxon charter is a very rare event’; 1 yet by a strange and happy coincidence two more charters of the same king have recently come Cited by: Della Hooke's Books.

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Della Hooke. of 4 users. ^ Della Hooke, Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter-Bounds (, ISBN ), p. ^ National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland () ^ George K. Stanton, Rambles and Researches among Worcestershire churches (vol.

1, ), p. ^ The Droitwich Transmitting Station [booklet] (British Broadcasting Corporation, Ambulance: West Midlands. Appendix 4. A handlist of execution and related sites, and other burial places in Anglo-Saxon charter bounds-- Bibliography. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs is the first detailed consideration of the ways in which Anglo-Saxon society dealt with social g: Worcestershire.Worcestershire és un comtat d'Anglaterra, que del al formà part d'un comtat anomenat Hereford i amb els comtats de Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, i territori està repartit en sis districtes: Worcester, Redditch, Wychavon, Malvern Hills, Wyre Forest, i Bromsgrove.Cookley is a village in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire, England, a few miles to the north of Kidderminster, and close to the villages of Kinver and Wolverley.

It lies on the River Stour, and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal in the civil parish of Wolverley and Cookley. At the time of the census had a population of 2,[1] Commerce within the village include EU Parliament: West Midlands.