The Textus Roffensis (Latin for "The Tome of Rochester"), fully entitled the Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum ("The Tome of the Church of Rochester up to Bishop Ernulf") and sometimes also known as the Annals of Rochester, is a mediaeval manuscript that consists of two separate works written between 1122 and 1124. It is catalogued as "Rochester Cathedral Library, MS A.3.5" and is currently on display in a new exhibition at Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent. It is thought that the main text of both manuscripts was written by a single scribe, although the English glosses to the two Latin entries (items 23 and 24 in table below) were made by a second hand. The annotations might indicate that the manuscript was consulted in some post-Conquest trials. However, the glosses

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  • The Textus Roffensis (Latin for "The Tome of Rochester"), fully entitled the Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum ("The Tome of the Church of Rochester up to Bishop Ernulf") and sometimes also known as the Annals of Rochester, is a mediaeval manuscript that consists of two separate works written between 1122 and 1124. It is catalogued as "Rochester Cathedral Library, MS A.3.5" and is currently on display in a new exhibition at Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent. It is thought that the main text of both manuscripts was written by a single scribe, although the English glosses to the two Latin entries (items 23 and 24 in table below) were made by a second hand. The annotations might indicate that the manuscript was consulted in some post-Conquest trials. However, the glosses are very sparse and just clarify a few uncertain terms. For example, the entry on f. 67r merely explains that the triplex iudiciu(m) is called in English, ofraceth ordel (insult ordeal = triple ordeal). There is a clear, digitised version in the Rylands Medieval Collection. (en)
  • El Textus Roffensis o Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum [Libro para la Iglesia de Rochester del obispo Ernulfo] son, en realidad, dos libros distintos, escritos al mismo tiempo, entre 1122 y 1124. Los dos libros fueron reunidos alrededor del año 1300.​ Se cree que fueron escritos por un solo escriba. La primera parte contiene legislación anglosajona, entre otros un código de leyes del rey Ethelberto de Kent (ca. 560-616) y una copia de la carta de coronación de Enrique I de Inglaterra en 1100.​ La segunda parte se compone de los registros más antiguos (o más precisamente de un cartulario) de la catedral de Rochester.​ Esta colección de documentos legales que detallaba las leyes del rey Guillermo I de Inglaterra y llevaba el registro de la propiedad de la tierra, como el Domesday Book. Está fechado alrededor del 1125. El origen de los documentos se encuentra en parte o del todo en la literatura anglosajona. Fue compilado en Rochester durante el obispado de Ernulfo. Incluye un registro de tratados reales y donaciones a la catedral de Rochester, de las cuales sobreviven copias independientes. A lo largo de los siglos, ambos libros han sido recuperados en varias ocasiones y han estado custodiados en varios lugares. Actualmente, es conservado en el Centro de Estudios de Medway en Rochester (Kent). (es)
  • Le Textus Roffensis, ou de manière complète Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum (littéralement « Le Livre de l’église de Rochester par l’évêque Ernulf »), est un manuscrit réunissant deux anciens textes de la même période, entre 1122 et 1124. Les deux livres ont été réunis autour de 1300. On pense qu'ils ont été écrits par un seul scribe. La première partie rassemble les textes de lois des Anglo-Saxons de la conversion du roi Æthelbert de Kent (~560 † 616) au couronnement d’Henri Ier d’Angleterre en 1100. La seconde se compose des plus vieux registres de la cathédrale de Rochester. L’ouvrage unifié a été hébergé à de nombreux endroits au cours des siècles, il est à présent au centre d’études du Medway, à Rochester. Il est catalogué à la bibliothèque de la cathédrale de Rochester sous la référence MS A.3.5. (fr)
  • Textus Roffensis atau bernama lengkap Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum dan terkadang juga disebut sebagai Annals of Rochester, adalah sebuah manuskrip abad pertengahan yang terdiri dari dua karya terpisah yang ditulis antara 1122 dan 1124. Karya tersebut dikatalogkan sebagai "Rochester Cathedral Library, MS A.3.5" dan sekarang disimpan di pameran baru di Katedral Rochester, Rochester, Kent. (in)
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  • Textus Roffensis atau bernama lengkap Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum dan terkadang juga disebut sebagai Annals of Rochester, adalah sebuah manuskrip abad pertengahan yang terdiri dari dua karya terpisah yang ditulis antara 1122 dan 1124. Karya tersebut dikatalogkan sebagai "Rochester Cathedral Library, MS A.3.5" dan sekarang disimpan di pameran baru di Katedral Rochester, Rochester, Kent. (in)
  • The Textus Roffensis (Latin for "The Tome of Rochester"), fully entitled the Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum ("The Tome of the Church of Rochester up to Bishop Ernulf") and sometimes also known as the Annals of Rochester, is a mediaeval manuscript that consists of two separate works written between 1122 and 1124. It is catalogued as "Rochester Cathedral Library, MS A.3.5" and is currently on display in a new exhibition at Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent. It is thought that the main text of both manuscripts was written by a single scribe, although the English glosses to the two Latin entries (items 23 and 24 in table below) were made by a second hand. The annotations might indicate that the manuscript was consulted in some post-Conquest trials. However, the glosses (en)
  • El Textus Roffensis o Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum [Libro para la Iglesia de Rochester del obispo Ernulfo] son, en realidad, dos libros distintos, escritos al mismo tiempo, entre 1122 y 1124. Los dos libros fueron reunidos alrededor del año 1300.​ Se cree que fueron escritos por un solo escriba. (es)
  • Le Textus Roffensis, ou de manière complète Textus de Ecclesia Roffensi per Ernulphum episcopum (littéralement « Le Livre de l’église de Rochester par l’évêque Ernulf »), est un manuscrit réunissant deux anciens textes de la même période, entre 1122 et 1124. L’ouvrage unifié a été hébergé à de nombreux endroits au cours des siècles, il est à présent au centre d’études du Medway, à Rochester. Il est catalogué à la bibliothèque de la cathédrale de Rochester sous la référence MS A.3.5. (fr)
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