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1 Leofric, Bishop of Crediton A.D. 1046, and of Exeter A.D. 1050—1070, is probably intended.
3 Hægelhild originally, but the initial H has been erased, MS.
6 Edgar Atheling (son of Edmund, son of Edmund Ironside, who died in A.D. 1057). He claimed the throne of England in A.D. 1066.
1 These in red letters at the top of the page.
These remaining names are written in various handwritings along the upper margin, down the spaces left among the double columns, and along the lower margin of the page. They are of the eleventh, and some perhaps of the early twelfth century.
3 Perhaps the celebrated Leofric and Godiva, Earl and Countess of Mercia. The interlineation is difficult to explain.
Ealdgið. coniunx eius .
Otildis . sanctimonialis .
uuinus eius pater. Godpine Great seod . 7 Wendel-
10 Geruasius · Willelmus . Amabilia . Galfridus . Brito .
Olaf. Cyrels. Eadpine Goldpines s[unu .]
i Below this another line of names, almost entirely cut away by the binder.
2 Uncertain. 3 These in a late thirteenth century hand near the right hand top corner of the page, very indistinct.
[WILL? OF KING ALFRED THE GREAT.] p. 48.] Ic Ælfred cingc mid Godes gife? .7 mid ge peaht
unge Æberedes 3 erce bisceopes y ealra pest seaxena pitena ge pitnesse * smeade ymbe minre saple pearfe.)
1 Introduced into the manuscript on account of the connection of Alfred with Hyde, or Newminster, looked upon by some as founder and benefactor of the monastery. The collations at foot are with :
(A.) Stowe MS. 960, p. 48.
(8.) Liber de Hyda, ed. E. Edwards, pp. 52, 62; from a MS. in the possession of the Earl of Macclesfield at Shirburn Castle, Oxon.
MS. Lansd. 717, f. (Late transcript.) [M.] The Will of King Alfred, ed. O. Manning, 4to., Oxon, 1788 ; from [A.] (M. 2.) Reprint of (M.), 8vo., Lond., 1828.
2 Goddes gyfe, H. ob. zoth Junc, 889.
3 Ethelred, Archbishop of Canterbury, A.D. 870, 4 Gewittenesse, H.
(K.) Kemble, Cod. Dipl., No. CCXIV; from [M.] [W.] R. Pauli, The Life of K. Alfred, ed. T. Wright, 1852, p. 408 ; from [K.) [T.] Thorpe, Dipl., p. 484; from (M.)
EARLY ENGLISH TRANSLATION.
MODERN ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS.
(C.) Angl. Hib. Scriptores, ed. Camden, p. 22; probably from (H. 3), with occasional variations.
[W.] Asser, Vita Regis Ælfredi, ed. Wise; from (H. 3.] (K. 2.) Kemble, Cod. Dipl., No. MLXVII; from (C.] (M. 3.) Manning, ut supra; a modern translation with criticisms on (H. 3.1
Etc. Etc. Etc.
1 Min, El. 2 Cinge, H. 8 Gebrotherum, H. Becuaethe, H. 5 Ath., H. & Etherede, H. 7 Swylc, H. 8 Athelbolde gefore, H. ofy ic), added, M. 10 Ealra, K. T. 11 Wytena, H. 1. Gewittenesse, H. 13 Uncurne, H. 14 Othefaestan, H. 1.3 Ethelbirt, H. 16 Ga, H. 17 Uncrum gemanum, H. 18 Fenge, H. 19 Cuaethe, H.