Author: Dr Chris Monk
‘How King William, son of William the king, at the request of Archbishop Lanfranc, granted and confirmed as the living of the monks of the Church of Saint Andrew the Apostle the manor named Haddenham, for which, by his own means, Bishop Gundulf built, completely of stone, Rochester Castle for the king…’
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Monk, C. (2018) William II grants the manor of Haddenham to Bishop Gundulf for which, in return, Gundulf builds Rochester Castle: Textus Roffensis, ff. 173r-174v; Translated from Latin and edited. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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Published online: 3rd January 2018
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