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The will of Sir William Langeford, knight Date: 1411. Written in Middle English with Latin formal opening and closing sections. There are a number of (technical) terms for pieces of armour in Anglo-French, as we would expect in this period: ‘paunce’, ‘rerebrace’, ‘vambrace’, ‘ventaile’. Here the testator also appears to be leaving his wife her own clothes. Printed in Furnivall (1964), 18–21. The translation is by Louise Sylvester. ] all the utensils of my house, that is to say, of the hall, the chamber, the pantry and the buttery, the larder and kitchen, with all their apparel, that is to say clothing, rings and all other accessories, whatever they are.

10. Ornamenta Willielmi episcopi primi Date: 4 January1095 (1096). Written in Latin. William de Karilepho (Saint Carilef / Saint Calais; see Plate 1), abbot of St Vincent’s in Normandy, was consecrated bishop of Durham at Gloucester during Christmastide, 1080, and was made Lord Chief Justice of England. He died at Windsor early in January 1096. The notices of splendid robes which the monks of Durham obtained upon the death of each of its early bishops, are, strictly speaking, neither wills nor inventories, but mortuaries.

Printed in Raine (1836), 2–3. The translation is by Louise Sylvester. ] my long 3 0 medie val dre s s and te xtil e s in britain meum longum coloris de appelblome cum tunicâ ejusdem coloris. Item lego Johanni filio meo robam meam de sendre cum omnibus garniamentis. Item lego Willielmo filio meo robam meam de albo kamelyn cum collobio ejusdem, unum coverlit radiatum opere rosarum pulverisatum, unum chalon’ et duo lynthiamina ac unum materas. Item lego Agneti filiæ meæ tunicam meam de taune cum longo collobio et capucio fururatis ejusdem coloris.

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