By C. P. Lewis
The newest quantity within the sequence concentrates, as continuously, at the part century prior to and the century after 1066, with papers that have many interconnections and diversity throughout other kinds of background. there's a specific concentrate on church historical past, 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 background (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 e-book and the post-Domesday Evesham Abbey surveys, and a double paper on land tenure and royal patronage. individuals: 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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Ministerial property in Weald held by Theodoric the goldsmith in 1086. 6. Various ministerial properties embedded within Bampton, Aston, and Weald held by Robert d’Oilly and others in 1086. 7. Ministerial property in Little Minster held by Sæwold TRE. 8. A possible ministerial tenure held by Joseph TRE. 9. Parts of Brighthampton and Standlake remained within the royal core in 1086. 32 Table 2 Anglo-Norman Studies XXVIII Analysis of Domesday Book for Bampton Hundred Vill Alvescot Asthall Astrop [in Brize Norton] Aston Bampton Charters S 678, 853; R Wm I 138 - GDB 58/21 29/3 59/10 1/6 TRE holder Goda King Edward?
It is probable that royal officials below the rank of earls held royal lænland as well as bookland. There is a large and growing literature on thegns and their tenures,43 but a few points need emphasis here. In the first place, there is no doubt that many thegns 42 For example, even though the families of Earl Godwine and Earl Leofric are known to have been enormously wealthy, there are only five extant royal diplomas pertaining to their estates, and most of the property in question had been alienated outside their families by 1066: S 892, 932, 970, 1009, 1022; Baxter, ‘Leofwinesons’, 145–7.
Holt, Woodbridge 1987, 201–18 at 210–12; reprinted in his The Anglo-Saxon State, London 2000, 201–25 at 214–16. 47 References are collected by J. D. Foy, Domesday Book: Index of Subjects, Chichester 1992, 235. Of these, the following entries say that tainlanda could not be alienated by its tenants: GDB 66b1, 66b2, 67a2 (Wilts. 7/4; 7/13; 10/2), 77b2 (Dors. 11/1; Exon, fol. ), 78a1 (Dors. 11/13; Exon, fol. ), 87a1 (Som. 1/21; Exon, fol. ), 87a2 (Som. 1/28; Exon, fol. ), 88b2 (Som. 5/50; Exon, fol.
Anglo-Norman Studies 28: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2005 by C. P. Lewis