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The Domesday Monachorum of Christ Church Canterbury

£55.00

Product description

Compiled by the Offices of the Royal Historical Society in 1944.

Large hardback book with no dust jacket. The book condition is described as fair with black cloth covers stamped with gilt lettering.

Front and rear hinges are cracked but text block is holding.

There is some damp staining to the front and back covers and the edge of the end papers. There are some marks to the text pages and along the fine edge but overall a fairly clean copy.

The introduction is in english by David C. Douglas, M.A., Professor of Medieval History at the University of Leeds.

Text of the Monachorum is in Latin and has been created in the 10th and 11th century (estimated between 1089 and 1183).

The Monachorum consists of four main sections

I. Documents relating to the Kentish churches and to the payments due therefrom
II. Surveys of the Lands of of the archbishop of Canterbury
III. A list of the Knights of the archbishop
IV. A number of documents concerning the affairs of Christ Church in the latter part of the reign of Henry II

The book consists of 127pp plus 30pp facsimiles of the original manuscript.

Item details

Author(s):
David C. Douglas
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
17" x 13"
Edition:
1st (1944)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
157
Publisher:
Offices of the Royal Historical Society, London
Title:
The Domesday Monachorum of Christ Church Canterbury

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About this item

Compiled by the Offices of the Royal Historical Society in 1944.

Large hardback book with no dust jacket. The book condition is described as fair with black cloth covers stamped with gilt lettering.

Front and rear hinges are cracked but text block is holding.

There is some damp staining to the front and back covers and the edge of the end papers. There are some marks to the text pages and along the fine edge but overall a fairly clean copy.

The introduction is in english by David C. Douglas, M.A., Professor of Medieval History at the University of Leeds.

Text of the Monachorum is in Latin and has been created in the 10th and 11th century (estimated between 1089 and 1183).

The Monachorum consists of four main sections

I. Documents relating to the Kentish churches and to the payments due therefrom
II. Surveys of the Lands of of the archbishop of Canterbury
III. A list of the Knights of the archbishop
IV. A number of documents concerning the affairs of Christ Church in the latter part of the reign of Henry II

The book consists of 127pp plus 30pp facsimiles of the original manuscript.

Author(s):
David C. Douglas
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
17" x 13"
Edition:
1st (1944)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
157
Publisher:
Offices of the Royal Historical Society, London
Title:
The Domesday Monachorum of Christ Church Canterbury

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