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The most recent quantity within the sequence concentrates, as continually, at the part century prior to and the century after 1066, with papers that have many interconnections and diversity throughout other forms of heritage. there's a specific concentrate on church heritage, with contributions on an Anglo-Saxon archiepiscopal handbook, structure and liturgy in post-Conquest Lincolnshire, Anglo-Norman cathedral chapters, and twelfth-century perspectives of the tenth-century monastic reform. different issues thought of comprise social heritage (the Anglo-Norman family), gender (William of Malmesbury's illustration of Bishop Wulfstan of Worcester), and politics (the sheriffs of Northumberland and Cumberland 1170-1185). the amount is finished with articles on Domesday publication and the post-Domesday Evesham Abbey surveys, and a double paper on land tenure and royal patronage. members: STEPHEN BAXTER, JOHN BLAIR, HOWARD CLARKE, TRACEY-ANN COOPER, HUGH DOHERTY, PAUL EVERSON, DAVID STOCKER, KIRSTEN FENTON, VANESSA KING, JOHN MOORE, NICOLA ROBERTSON, DAVID ROFFE

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204. 68 S 1001 (Codex Diplomaticus Aevi Saxonici, ed. J. M. Kemble, 6 vols, London 1839–48, no. 775). 69 GDB 155a1 (Oxon. 3/1). 70 S 678 (Charters of Abingdon, ed. Kelly, II, no. 82). 71 Keynes, Atlas, table 57. Land Tenure and Royal Patronage 37 from Robert d’Oilly. Since Eadgar’s grant to Earnulf consisted of 14 hides, this leaves 3 hides to be accounted for, and as a way of resolving this shortfall and the problematic section of the bounds of the Ducklington charter, it has been suggested that Earnulf’s estate included 3 hides in Yelford which were held by Walter fitz Pons in 1086.

25 S 1031 (F. Barlow, Edward the Confessor, London 1970, 333–5 at 335). 26 S 1036; hæcce probably means ‘fence’ or ‘hedge’ in this context. 27 Baxter, ‘Leofwinesons’, 77–87. 28 A. Williams, ‘Land and Power in the Eleventh Century: The Estates of Harold Godwineson’, ANS 3 1980 (1981), 171–87 and 230–4 at 174. For the farm of one night, see, most recently, R. Lavelle, ‘The “Farm of One Night” and the Organisation of Royal Estates in Late Anglo-Saxon Wessex’, HSJ 14, 2003 (2005), 53–82. 29 GDB 336b1 (Lincs.

In a famous passage in Domesday Book and Beyond, Maitland suggested there was a category of property set aside for the use of earls: he called them ‘comital manors’. He reasoned that the enormous wealth of the 13 Vinogradoff, ‘Folkland’, 11. See also P. Vinogradoff, The Growth of the Manor, 2nd edn, London 1911, 142–3, 244–5, 247. 14 F. W. Maitland, Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England, new edn with foreword by J. C. Holt, Cambridge 1987, 244–58; F. M. Stenton, Anglo-Saxon England, 3rd edn, Oxford 1971, 306–12.

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