This Anglo-French translation of Henry I’s coronation charter of 1100 was prepared in the early thirteenth century, probably for the benefit of the baronial opposition to King John.  It survives in a contemporary bilingual copy in a bifolium that also includes the Latin texts and Anglo-French translations of the coronation charters of Stephen (1135-54) and Henry II (1154-89).

  • An edition by Richard Sharpe is forthcoming.


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