National Library of Wales
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Description of Content
Quitclaim by Walter son of Cunnor, and Iuor his stepson [The word privignus, here used for stepson, is also used for son - in - law], to Margam Abbey, of all the land between the two Auanas, and that of Embroch; sworn upon the altar and reliques of Margam; and with the assent of Tanguistel, wife of the said Walter, and mother of Iuor, and that of her mother Keneris. Under seals of Llandaff Cathedral, Walter de Londoniis, and Pagan de Turbervile. For 20s. and 40d. Sureties: William de Londoniis, Pagan de Turuille, Hugh his uncle, Symon de Turberuille, Walter Luuel, Walter his son, Thomas de Corneli, John de Croeli, Michael de Noua - uilla, Robert son of Eilmer, Keneithur son of Herebert, William his brother, Wassenfrei. [Latin] About AD 1150 - 1200. One seal remains, two are lost. Light brown wax, imperfect, varnished, 1¾ in. A knight blowing a horn, riding to the right on a springing horse. + SIGILLVM . PAGANI DE T’BERVIL . . . Cf. Nos 41, 42.
Parties (from repository catalogue)
1) Walter son of Cunnor and Ivor 'privignus' [see description] 2) Abbey of Margam
|Colour of Wax||brown|
|Condition of Wax||Chipped|
|Vertical Size (mm)||46|
|Horizontal Size (mm)||46|
Figure with left arm raised (?holding a hawk) riding horse galloping to right
Made with Matrix
[. . . .]LV[M?] PA[GA]NIDET¶ BE[. . . .]
¶ stands for horse's tail intruding into legend band.