RCL17r21 An index of texts within the early twelfth-century legal encyclopaedia and cartulary known as the Textus Roffensis

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Author: Dr Chris Monk

Abstract:

Archive report containing an index of transcriptions and translations of 170 texts within the early twelfth-century legal encyclopaedia and cartulary known as the Textus Roffensis (Rochester, Cathedral Library, A. 3. 5). Colin Flight has previously transcribed all texts (Flight 2010) and links are provided to the online transcription. Before 2015, five texts had previously been fully translated into English (Oliver 2002, Yates and Gibson 1995, Brooks ____). Dr Chris Monk has now translated 45 of these texts, all available online (Monk 2017-2018). An index of texts and a commentary are provided by Dr Chris Monk with links to Manchester Universities 2010 facsimile, Flight’s transcription and the translations by all authors, where available online.

To cite this report:
Monk, C. (2017) An index of texts within the early twelfth-century legal encyclopaedia and cartulary known as the Textus Roffensis. Rochester Cathedral Research Guild archive report RCL17r21.

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Published online: October 31st 2017
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