Cenwalh, king of Wessex, to the church of SS Peter and Paul, Winchester (Old Minster); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Downton, Wilts. Latin with English bounds


Winchester, Old Minster


1. London, British Library, Add. 15350, ff. 13v-14r (s. xii med.)


K, 985; B, 27; Hill 1910, pp. 51-2


Hill 1910, pp. 51-2, partial


Stevenson 1898, p. 42, spurious, same invocation as S 729; Hill 1910, bounds include Downton, Nunton and Standlynch with detached portion at Bishopstone; Grundy, Wilts., I, pp. 145-8, second part of boundary clause describes Bishopstone and Stratford Tory; Darlington 1955, p. 84, spurious; Finberg, ECW, no. 195, spurious, witnesses from a Mercian charter of 793 x 796; Hart 1970a, p. 25 (no. 25), spurious; Edwards 1988, pp. 131-2, spurious, fabricated in 10th century, most of wording duplicatedin S 275, a purported confirmation of S 229; Wormald 1988a, p. 39 n. 106

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    • + Regnante imperpetuum domino nostro Jhesu Christo summo et ineffabili rerum creatori omnium visibilium et invisibilium. Cunctis patenter mortalibus patet . quod cuncta quæ videntur finem habent, et quæ non videntur æterna sunt . Quap