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cartulary

a collection of charters or records, usually relating to the title to an estate or monastery; any place where records are kept.
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Recent studies of archival practices have begun to emphasise the extent to which the collection and compilation of cartularies involved processes of editing and selection, thereby mediating our ability to access and understand the pragmatics of document use in its original context.
In the third chapter, the book's strongest, Tinti examines Worcester's record-keeping practices through a careful study of Worcester's surviving single-sheet leases and its three famous eleventh-century cartularies: the Liber Wigorniensis, generally accepted as the first cartulary to be compiled in England, the Nero-Middleton cartulary, and Hemming's Cartulary.
'Original cartularies don't pop up very often, and certainly not ones going back to the late eighth century' he said.
Book Three of the Histo ria says: 'Here ends the history of the life and heroic feats of King Afonso Henriques drawn from the cartularies of the kingdom by the licenciado Fernando Oliveyra, chaplain to the kings of Portugal who reigned in his time, Dom Joao the Third, Dom Sebastian the First, Dom Anrique the First and Dom'.
Matilda was no puppet of her husband or anyone else, as various cartularies consistently show.
To establish this list, Jonathan Riley-Smith has scoured the content of over four hundred published, predominantly French cartularies and charter collections.
His extracts from these cartularies are in Bodleian MSS Wood C 2; D 11; and D 18.
Here, churches busily prepared house-histories and cartularies, but their institutional memories could not envelop all social relationships: in a world where the law was unprofessionalized and long-term legal memory remained the prerogative of church archives, it could not provide a collective past.(93) North of the Alps personal bonds leading eventually to the court remained ubiquitous even through the tenth century and kings were therefore the subject of political imagination.
Conner specifies the component texts as chronicle manuscripts B, C, D, and E; their (sometimes joint) exemplars; and a postulated 'house narrative' from Abingdon - a 'loose collection of memoranda mixed with annals' evidenced by two annotated cartularies.
Most of the southwestern -e- forms are in late corrupting cartularies, as are the obvious corruptions staples and stapile.
The evidence for the number and size of these endowments is found in the accounts of the cotidiane, which record the receipt of rents from property throughout Brussels and its surrounding areas, and in several cartularies containing hundreds of pages of descriptions of them.(5)
The edition is much to be welcomed as a valuable addition to the range of northern French cartularies in print.