Authorized Form of NameCanterbury Cathedral Priory; 997-1540; Benedictine religious house
Corporate NameCanterbury Cathedral Priory
TypeOfEntityCorporate
Dates997-1540
CodeNA2825
EpithetBenedictine religious house
OtherFormsOfNameChrist Church, Canterbury
DatesAndPlacesfounded in 997; dissolved in 1540 (replaced by a collegiate chapter with a dean and twelve prebendaries)
SourceKnowles and Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses, (1953) p. 61.

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MS 243ACCOUNTS OF CHRIST CHURCH CANTERBURY14th centuryMSS/243
MS 582 pag. 52-70Excerpta ex immensa congerie Chartarum, Chirographorum, aliorumque Instrumentorum et Monumentorum Originalium in Archivis Ecclesiae Christi Cantuar.MSS/582/6
MS Film 206-227Microfilm copy1284-1661MSFilm/206-227
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CM XI/14Chirograph of agreement between Archbishop Boniface and the subprior and Convent of Canterbury as to the election of a new prior, the troubles of the realm having created difficulties and the archbishop being overseas. 25 Jan. 1263-425 Jan. 1264CM/11/14
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MS 594 pag. 121Determinatio Similis [regarding the jurisdiction of the pope] Prioris et Conventûs Ecclesiae Christi Cantuar. MSS/594/79
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MS 580 Section 5Excerpta Breviora Ex Libris SequentibusMSS/580/5
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MS 582Manuscript volumeMSS/582
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MS 951/1MISCELLANY13th-18th centuryMSS/951/1
MS 415EPISTOLAE CANTUARIENSES1201-1205MSS/415
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MS 1111PRIVILEGES OF THE ARCHBISHOPRIC OF CANTERBURY18th centuryMSS/1111
MS 399SUMMA RAYMUNDI. LIBER IV DECRETALIUM.Late 13th centuryMSS/399
F I/Vv f. 41vMuniment book1535 (?)F/1/1Vv/41v
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CM VI/82Letter from Thomas Carsey of Deopham to the Prior of Canterbury [late 15th century]CM/6/82
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CM XI/16Notification by Peter of Stokes that he has sworn to keep the fee of William de Ros, which the king has returned to Archbishop Hubert and the church of Canterbury and which the Archbishop has committed to his charge, faithfully and without waste throughout the minority of the heirs.(1193-1205)CM/11/16
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