Anglo-Saxon Birmingham

  title={Anglo-Saxon Birmingham},
  author={Steven Bassett},
  journal={Midland History},
  pages={1 - 27}
  • S. Bassett
  • Published 1 June 2000
  • Linguistics
  • Midland History
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ABSTRACT The eight ecclesiastical parishes in west Essex known as the Rodings contained sixteen separate manors and other, minor holdings in 1086. They had been formed by the piecemeal fission of a

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For the use of the Old English word mynster, 'minster', in late Anglo-Saxon law codes: F

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