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On Silver Regal Money Coined in Devonshire Mints

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol 10 (1878), pp. 384-387.

by

H.S. Gill

Prepared by Michael Steer

In his paper, presented at the Association's August 1878 meeting, the author, who had contributed three previous papers on 17th century Devon tradesmen's tokens, focussed on silver coinage minted in Devon during the Anglo-Saxon period. Of the Devonshire Royal Mints, that at Exeter was by far the most important. The other mints in Devon were at Totnes and Lydford, while Teignmouth too, with perhaps less certainty, has been claimed as an early mint. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the University of California Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
NB: Anglo-Saxon written p was pronounced w at this time.
 
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A  
Adretil 607
Ædered (also Ædelred: Æderyd) 609
ÆdmÆr (also EdmÆr; Edmar; Edner) 604
Æficc 603
ÆlfmÆr 601
Ælfnod (also Ælfmod) 601
Ælfpine (also Æfpine) 603-4, 606, 609-10
Ælfred the Great 589-91, 600
Ælfric 601, 603-4
Ælfsige 601
Ælfstan 601-2, 604, 609
Æspine 604
Æthelgar 591
Æthelred (also Ædelred) 593-5, 609
Æthelred II 591-2, 596, 601, 609
Æthelstan 591-2, 598-600
Ascytel (also Asketil) 601-2, 607
Asretin 607
B  
Baluc, Mathan 595
Blacaman 604
Bond 603
Brand 606
Brhicdp 606
Brice, Andrew 599
Britpine 606
Brihtric 605
Brun (also Brvna) 602, 609
Byrhferd 602, 609
Byrhsige 602
Byrhstan (Burstan) 601-2
Byrhtpine 609
Byrhtric 602
Byrnzige 602
C  
CÆrla 603
Camden 595
Carla 602
Cas, Godwine 595
Ceoca, Godwine (also Ceoka; Cok, Cocchi) 595
Cepine 604
Charles I 589, 599, 608, 610
Cnut 594-5, 603, 609-10
Cock family 595
Colda 604
Coldcvta 604
Combes, Mr 607
Cook family 595
Cox family 595
Cudi 602
Cuff, J D Esq 601
Cytel 602
D  
Decenpine 603
Delnpine 603
Devon, Earl of 592
Dodda (also Doda; Dode) 604, 609-10
Dvnic 610
Dvnstan 602
Dvrgod 603
Dyrmod 601
E  
Eadgar, King 590, 592-4
EadmÆr 602-4
Eadmund 592, 600
Eadpard 604-5
Eadred 592, 600
Eadweard the Elder 591, 600
Eadweard II (the Martyr) 592, 601
Eafla 603
Ealdabearn 603
Eatstan 602
Edmer 604
Edpine (also Edpin; Edpn) 602-4
Edric 602
Edsiee (also Edsie) 603, 605
Edsige 603-4
Edward the Confessor 590, 592-6, 604-5, 609
Edward I 589-90, 594, 598-9, 608
Edward II 599
Edward III 599
Edward VI 597, 599
Edwy (also Eadwig) 592, 601
Elfric 603, 605
Elfme 605
Elfrida 592
Eorod 601
Ethelred II 609
Evans, John Esq FRS 598
F  
Folkes 608
Freoderic 601
G  
Gileberd 598, 607
God 602-3
Goda, Earl of Devon & Moniers 591, 602, 609
Godd (also Godda) 602-3
Godpine 602, 609-10
Godric 609
Grueber, Mr H A 597, 601, 603, 610
Guncelin 607
H  
HÆra 604
Hanleof 604
Harold I 603-4, 609
Harold II 596, 605
Harthacnut 595-6, 604, 609
Hawkins, Mr 591-2, 594, 597-8, 600, 603-10
Head, Mr B V 596-7
Henricvs 606, 608
Henry I 597, 606
Henry II 598, 607
Henry III 591, 597-9, 608
Henry IV 597
Henry V 597
Henry VII 597
Henry VIII 607
Herpa 604
Hildebrand, Professor B E 593-6, 601
Hvneman 610
Hvnepine 602, 605, 610
Hvnerine 603
I  
Iordan 607
Isegod (also Isgod; Isengod) 602-3
Ivhan (also Iohan; Ion, Ionan) 601, 607-8
Iynsige 602
Izacke, Richard 591, 599
J  
James I 595
John, King 598, 607
L  
Leofdine 605
LeofgÆr 610
Leofric 591, 602
Leofsvn (also Leofsvnv) 602
Leopine (also Leocpine; Leofpine) 603-5
Lifine (also Lifnie) 605
Lifpine (also Lefpine) 606, 610
Lindsay, John Esq 590, 594, 596, 600, 605
Longstaffe, W H D Esq FSA 598
Lvda (also Lydda) 602
Lyfing (also Lifing; Lifinc, Living) 591-2; 605-6
M  
Mangod 602
Manna 602-3, 610
Murchison, Captain 607
P  
Philip 608
Picinc (also Picing) 605
Pillel (also Pillem, Pillelm) 606, 610
Pine 603
Polwhele, Mr 609
PulfmÆr 610
Pvlfnod (also Pvlfmod) 604-5
Pvlfpine (also Pvlpine) 605-6
Pvlfsige (also Pvlfsi) 602-3
Pvlfstan 602-3
Pvlhar 605
PulmÆr 605
Pwidin, Godwine 595
Pynsige 602
R  
Rashleigh, Jonathan Esq 600, 602, 606
Ricard 607-8
Richard I 598
Richard II 599
Risdon, Tristram 590-1
Robert 608
Rogier (also Roger) 607-8
Ruding, Rev Rogers FRS 590-2, 594, 596, 598, 604, 606, 608-9
S  
SÆpine (also Siepine; Sepine) 602-3, 605-6, 609-10
Sainthill, Mr Richard 597, 600
Semier 606
Sepord 606
Scvla 603
Seward (Sarvvrd) 597, 601
Seymour family 597
Somerset, Duke of 597
Southgate, Mr 609
Speotinc (also Spotting) 606
Sp(w)ot, Godric 595
Stephen, King 597, 606-7
Stiefn (also Stifene) 607
Swene, Leofstan 595
T  
Tvna 602
U  
Vrle 607
V  
Victoria, Queen 592
Vine 600
W  
Walter 608
Willett, Mr Ernest H 596
William I 590, 597, 605-6
William II 597, 605-6, 610
William III 589, 599, 609-10
Woolmer family 596
Worcester, Florence of 593