A.D. 798 x 821, probably 814. Coenwulf, king of Mercia, to Deneberht, bishop, and his familia at Worcester; grant of the reversion of 30 hides (tributarii) at Fladbury, Worcs., after his own death. Latin

Archive:

Worcester

MSS:

1. London, British Library, Add. 46204, verso (s. xi)
2. London, British Library, Cotton Tiberius A. XIII, ff. 1-118, f. 11r (s. xi 1)

Printed:

Hearne, Heming, p. 25; K, 215; B, 368; Stevenson 1911, p. 204; Pierquin, Recueil, pt 1, no. 124

Comments:

Stevenson 1914, p. 698 n. 44, authentic; Finberg, ECWM, no. 241, authentic, it is really a postscript to S 172; Hooke 1990, p. 95; Sims-Williams 1990, pp. 132-3; Whybra 1990, p. 34; Wormald, English Law, p. 108 n. 376

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    • + Ego etiam Coenuulf rex Merciorum eodem honorabili episcopi Deneberhto et ejus familie Uueogernensis æcclesie post vitæ spatium dierum meorum dabo terram . xxx . tributariorum in loco qui vocatur Fledanburh propter traditionem istius præ