Anglo Saxon Wills

Author: Dorothy Whitelock
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107402212
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This 1930 volume contains the original texts of the great majority of surviving Anglo-Saxon wills drawn up in the tenth and eleventh centuries.

Wills And Will Making In Anglo Saxon England

Author: Linda Tollerton
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 1903153379
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A study of the implications and practices of wills and will-making in Anglo-Saxon society, and of the varieties of inheritance strategies and commemorative arrangements adopted.

Anglo Saxon Charters

Author: A. J. Robertson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521178327
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This volume, first published in 1939, draws together a significant number of vernacular documents from early medieval England.

Slavery In Early Mediaeval England

Author: David Anthony Edgell Pelteret
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 9780851158297
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66 See Anglo-Saxon Wills, ed. & transl. Whitelock, pp. 1 1 8-19. Cf. Two of the
Saxon Chronicles Parallel, ed. Plummer, p. 1 13.24-5 (958 D). 67 'man freoge on
aslcum tunae aslne witaspaeownas mann pa: undaer hirae gepeowuo was.

The Sword In Anglo Saxon England

Author: Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 9780851157160
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ANGLO-SAXON WILLS A number of Anglo-Saxon wills of the tenth and eleventh
centuries are of special interest because of the references which they contain to
swords left as bequests to kinsmen or followers, or to the dead man's overlord.

Errichtung Und Widerruf Von Testamenten In England

Author: C. Katharina Schockemöhle
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 9783825850081
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Die Kirche lehrte, dass der Sterbende hierdurch für seine Fehler Buße bekennen
konnte.3 Vor diesem Hintergrund entwickelten sich von der Mitte des neunten
Jahrhunderts an die „Anglo-Saxon Wills".4 Die „Anglo-Saxon Wills" waren keine