Author: Dr Christopher Monk
‘William, great king of the English, father of William, king of the same people, esteemed so much the Rochester church of Saint Andrew that he gave to it, at the moment of his imminent death, one hundred pounds, besides bequeathing a royal tunic, a special ivory horn, and also one dossal with a silver-gilded frame…’
To cite this work:
Monk, C. (2018) William I gives one hundred pounds, shortly before his death, to the church of St Andrew, Rochester: Textus Roffensis, ff. 210r-210v; Translated from Old English. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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Published online: 6th April 2018
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