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The Book of Llandaff (Latin: Liber Landavensis; Welsh: Llyfr Llandaf, Llyfr Llan Dâv, or Llyfr Teilo), is the Chartulary, or Register Book of the Cathedral Church of Llandaff, a 12th-century compilation of documents relating to the history of the diocese of Llandaff in is written primarily in Latin but also contains a significant amount of Old and Middle Welsh names and marginalia.

The Book of Llandaff. Reference: NLW MS E.

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The Book of Llandaff, (Liber Landavensis), is one of Wales’s earliest ecclesiastical is a manuscript of considerable bulk comprising vellum pages.

Inside its covers the early history of the diocese of Llandaff is chronicled and the contents also throw light on the state and position of the church in one area. The Book of Llandaff was written between andunder the supervision of Urban, who was appointed bishop of Llandaff by the king of England inand consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

This book, Liber Landavensis, is one of.

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The Llandaff Charters. Wendy Davies. National Library of Wales, - Church lands - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. DIPLOMATIC ANALYSIS. 6: THE WITNESS Lists. THE ORIGINAL CHARTERS. The Book of Llandaff (NLW MS E) which is the property of The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.

(These links to that folio page are opened in another window.) Jonathan Baron Coe: Place-names of the book of Llandaf may be of help. Other articles where Book of Llandaff is discussed: Llandaff: The Book of Llandaff, compiled under Bishop Urban, was a record of privileges and grants made to the see in recognition of its ecclesiastical status.

The cathedral lost a great deal of its revenue after the Reformation and fell into decay; in the 18th century the. Full text of "The Liber landavensis, Llyfr Teilo, or, The ancient register of the cathedral church of Llandaff; from mss. in the libraries of Hengwrt, and of Jesus college, Oxford:" See other formats.

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Unpublished BA dissertation, University of Birmingham (copy in Hereford Library) Wedell, Nina () Ewyas Lacy and the Origin of Longtown. Privately published booklet, Longtown. Herewald (died ) was a Welsh bishop of Llandaff, who had spent much of his time in England.

Life. According to the Book of Llandaff, Herewald was elected in bishop of Llandaff by Gruffydd ab Llewelyn, Meurig ab Hywel and others, and was consecrated by Joseph, the bishop of St David' consent of the English authorities was obtained inwhen at.

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Boundary Place-Names Explanation of the boundary place-names referred to in the Anglo-Saxon charter of Staunton-on-Arrow (Taken from an article in the Herefordshire Archaeological News, No.

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The index represents the primary finding aid for collections deposited at Herefordshire Archive Service. Once you have identified an item of interest we recommend that you note the reference number to identify the correct paper catalogues to. CR – Llandaff/Fairwater/Canton Boundary Change.

Consequential change to corresponding Cardiff Council electoral wards. CR – Creation of a new community of “Pontcanna”.

CR – Creation of a new community area of “Danescourt”. CR – Llanishen/Lisvane Boundary Change. Consequential change to. The story of a Herefordshire Parish (Dewsall with Callow and (Haywood)), written by the former owner of Dewsall Court, Michael Norman who was our host on 8/5/ Dewsall is dedicated to St Michael, the first mention of a St Michael church in the Llandaff Charters puts it at Callow, which was a chapelry of Much Dewchurch.

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greater part of it consists of a collection of charters which purport to record grants of land made to the church of Llandaff between the sixth and eleventh centuries; these lands fall mostly witlfin the present counties of Herefordshire, Monmouth, and Glamorgan.The Books Council of Wales is a national body, funded by the Welsh Government, which provides a focus for the publishing industry in Wales.

It provides a number of specialist services (in the fields of editing, design, marketing and distribution) with a view to improving standards of book production and publication in both Welsh and English.Gwent is also documented in the tenth- and eleventh-century charters of the diocese of Llandaff although it was jointly ruled with Morgannwg for much of this period.2 Eleventh-century material in the Book of Llandaff (Evansand ) refers to the two cantrefs of Gwent Uwchcoed (Gwent above r.

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