RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoCM XI/1
TitleNotification in Latin and English by King Henry I to all in whose shires Archbishop Anselm and the monks of Canterbury have lands, that he has confirmed to them all the lands they held in the time of King Edward and King William.
Date[c. 1100]
FindingAidsDescribed in 'Lambeth Palace Library and its Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: Exhibition mounted for the biennial conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists 3 August 2007' ed. David Ganz and Jane Robert with Richard Palmer (printed for the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists by Taderon Press, London, 2007).
Also referred to in O.S. Pickering & V.M. O'Mara, 'The Index of Middle English Prose: handlist 13. Manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library including those formerly in Sion College Library' (1999)
PhysicalDescriptionEndorsed: Detur archiepiscopo quia repertum est duplicatum./ii quadrupl. Tongue for seal on left hand side
RelatedMaterialTwo other originals survive in Cotton Ch. vii. 1 and Camp. Ch. xxix, 5. Regesta no. 840, dated 71107; T.A.M. Bishop, 'Scriptores Regis', Oxford, 1961, 400, a Christ Church scribe. W. Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum (2nd ed., ed. by J. Caley, H. Ellis and B. Bandinel, 6 vols. in 8,1817-30), I, 111 prints English version from Hickes' Thesaurus p. xvi which used Cotton charter.

Cf. also CM XII/32-34.
PublnNoteMargaret Laing, 'Catalogue of sources for a linguistic atlas of early medieval English' (1993)

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GB/109/8493Anselm (c.1033-1109); Saint; Archbishop of Canterbury and theologianc.1033-1109
GB/109/9014Henry I (1068-1135); King of England and Duke of Normandy1068-1135
NA2825Canterbury Cathedral Priory; 997-1540; Benedictine religious house997-1540
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