Textus Roffensis. Accedunt, professionum antiquorum Angliæ episcoporum formulæ, de canonica obedientia archiepiscopis Cantuariensibus præstanda, et Leonardi Hutteni dissertatio, anglice conscripta, de antiquitatibus Oxoniensibus
e codicibus MSS. descripsit ediditque Tho. Hearnius
E Theatro Sheldoniano,
|Physical Description:||LIV, , 423,  p.,  folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm (8vo)|
|Place of Publication:|
England -- Oxford.
|Bibliographical reference number:|
|General note:||Anonymous. By Ernulphus, Bishop of Rochester. (ESTC)|
The Textus Roffensis was a collection of legal documents that detailed the laws of King William I of England and recorded ownership of land, like Domesday Book. The documents were in part or whole of Anglo-Saxon literature origin.
With a list of subscribers.
|Citation / References note:||ESTC, T150361|
|Language note:||"The greater part of the 'Textus Roffensis' is in Latin, the remainder in Anglo-Saxon" (NUC); 'Antiquities of Oxford' is in English.|
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