Who introduced charters into England? The case for Augustine

@article{Chaplais1969WhoIC,
  title={Who introduced charters into England? The case for Augustine},
  author={Pierre Chaplais},
  journal={Journal of The Society of Archivists},
  year={1969},
  volume={3},
  pages={526-542}
}
  • P. Chaplais
  • Published 1969
  • History
  • Journal of The Society of Archivists
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