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English Church Monuments in the Middle AgesHistory and Representation$

Nigel Saul

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780199215980

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: May 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199215980.001.0001

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English Church Monuments in the Middle Ages
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I. MANUSCRIPT SOURCES

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

Probate Court of Canterbury, Consistory Register C2

Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone

  1. DRb Pwr 1 Register of Rochester Consistory Court, volume 1

  2. DRb Pwr 2 Register of Rochester Consistory Court, volume 2

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  1. GD44/2/4/1 Gordon Castle Muniments

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  1. Bishop's Register XXII Register of Bishop Russell

London, British Library
  1. Add MS 17062 Diary of Richard Symonds

  2. Add MS 71474 Dugdale's Book of Monuments

  3. Cotton MS Nero D VII St Albans Book of Benefactors

  4. Egerton MS 3510 Notes and drawings by William Burton

  5. Harley MS 10 Transcripts from Norwich registers

  6. Harley MS 964, 965 Notes of Richard Symonds

  7. Harley MS 1240 Cartulary of the Mortimer family

  8. Harley MS 2129 Notes and drawings by Randle Holme

  9. Harley MS 2151 Notes and drawings by Randle Holme

  10. Harley MS 3607 Le Neve's notes of fifteenth‐century inscriptions

  11. Lansdowne MS 874 Notes and drawings by William Smith

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  2. MS Top. gen. e85 Notes by Thomas Martin

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