Author: Dr Christopher Monk
An oath of a mass-priest and of a worldly thegn is in English law reckoned as equally dear; and because the mass-priest received what he had through God’s gift of the seven orders of the church, he will have the rights of a thegn…
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Monk, C. (2017) The anonymous tract known as Be Mirciscan Aðe (‘Concerning the Mercian Oath’): Textus Roffensis, f. 39v; Translated from Old English and edited. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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Published online: 1st August 2017
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