By David Rollason, Margaret Harvey, Michael Prestwich
This learn of Anglo-Norman Durham's background, structure, artwork, and non secular and literary tradition covers a lot flooring, together with the Cathedral Priory and its dating to monastic reform; the careers of the prince bishops; reviews of the fabulous fort; the connection among Durham and the Scottish kings; the structure of the cathedral; and Durham manuscripts and texts, that includes old compilations and the notable previous English poem De situ Dunelmi.
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Chs. 62, 74, 100, and 119 (pp. 122, 151-4, 223, 265). 26 F. Wormald, English Kalendars before AD 1100 (Henry Bradshaw Society 72; 1934), pp. L, MS Digby 63, and English Benedictine Kalendars after AD 1100 (Henry Bradshaw Society 77; 1939), pp. 161-79. 27 A. Muratori, Rerum ltalicarum Scriptores, VII (Milan, 1725), col. 936 (excerpta ex antiquo martyrologio Casinensis ecclesiae): 'Non. Aug. in Brit. S. Owaldi regis Anglorum'. 28 Wormald, English Benedictine Kalendars, pp. 161-79. 29 For Alfred the Priest, son of Westou, grandfather of Ailred of Rievaulx, see LDE, bk.
W. Jones, Saint Nicholas of Myra, Bari and Manhattan (Chicago, 1978). Durham had, exceptionally early, an illustrated life of St Nicholas; see V. Ortenberg, The English Church and the Continent in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries (Oxford, 1992), p. 73. Some idea of the changes at Durham may be derived by comparing the kalendars printed in Wormald, English Kalendars, pp. L, MS Digby 63 and English Benedictine Kalendars, pp. 161-79 from DCL, MS Hunter 100. 31 J. Raine, Saint Cuthbert (Durham, 1828), pp.
For Nidaros (Trondheim) see pp. 161-2 and E. Eggen, The Sequences of the Archbishopric of Nidaros (Copenhagen, 1968). For Norway and St Cuthbert see also Cuth. , chs. 32, 52, and 112, and BL, MS Harley 1924, fol. 70v. a. 1074 (pp. 202-4). , RS 51; 1868-71), II, 63. 39Cuth. : for Berwick, chs. 30, 68; for Farne miracles, chs. 23, 27, 29-34, 58, 62, 78, 101-2, 111, 117-20 (pp. 67-77, 116-17, 162-3, 226-9, 247-8, 262-6). For Durham's own ships see B. Colgrave, 'The Post-Bedan Miracles', pp. 316-17 (miracle 17), and for exemptions from tolls in ports, Script.