Author: Dr Christopher Monk
… I Æthelred, glad, benevolent and faithful, and, by the granting of divine mercy, king of the English people, restore to the omnipotent Christ and to his holy apostle Andrew (full brother of the blessed chief of the apostles, Simon Peter), a certain area of land at Bromley…
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Monk, C. (2017) Æthelred II restores to the see of Rochester six sulungs at Bromley and the use of forest in the Weald. A.D. 998: Textus Roffensis, ff. 156v–159v; Translated from Latin and Old English. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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Published online: 8th October 2017
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