Boundary between dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester. English


Canterbury, Christ Church


1. London, British Library, Add. 14907, ff. 19v-20r (s. xviii; ex 2)
2. London, Lambeth Palace Library, 1370, f. 114r (s. xi)


K, 1363


Karlström 1927, p. 143; Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 334-6; Witney 1976, p. 245; Ker, Catalogue, pp. 346-7 (no. 284), art. b

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    • Æt hansfleote gæð þæra twegra bisceoprice togædere . fram hansfleote to hoingdene . fram hoingdene to Cumwyllan . fram Cumwyllan to sandhlincan . fram sandhlincan andlanges þær ea to þære wic . fram þære wic to þære cortan . 7 swa andlanges to Suðsexan . Þus hyt stynt 7 æfre gyt stod buton se arcebisceop hwæs geunnon wille of hys dæle þam oðran bisceope.
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    • [The boundary] of the two bishoprics goes together as far as Hansfleot: from Hansfleot to Hoingdene, from Hoingdene to Combwell, from Combwell to sandhlincan, from sandhlincan along the river to the wic, from the wic to the court, and so along to Sussex. Here it [the boundary] stands and always stood – unless the Archbishop should wish to grant some of his territory to the other bishop.