Hidae quorundam burgorum

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Hidae quorundam burgorum,[1] Anglice The Burghal Hidage, est documentum Anglosaxonice ante annum 914 compositum (tempore, ut videtur, regis Eduardi senioris) de castris et terris regni Occidentalium Saxonum in Anglia mediaevali. Oppida vel castra enumerata sunt una cum hidis ad ea tributariis.

E numero hidarum burgorum triginta excluduntur hidae Buckinghamiae, Warwici et Vigorniae; hae enim urbes minime regno Occidentalium Saxonum sed regno Merciae tributae sunt.

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  1. Titulus ex editione 1684

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  • M. Biddle, D. Hill, "Late Saxon Planned Towns" in Antiquaries' Journal vol. 51 (1971) pp. 70-85
  • N. P. Brooks, "The Unidentified Forts of the Burghal Hidage" in Medieval Archaeology vol. 8 (1964) pp. 74-90
  • J. Haslam, "King Alfred and the Vikings: strategies and tactics, 876-886 AD" in Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History vol. 13 (2005) pp. 121–153
  • David Hill, "Athelstan's urban reforms" in Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History vol. 11 (2003) pp. 173-185.
  • David Hill, A. R. Rumble, edd., The Defence of Wessex. The Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon Fortifications. Mancunii: Manchester University Press, 1996
  • C. A. Ralegh Radford, "The Later Pre-Conquest Boroughs and their Defences" in Medieval Archaeology vol. 14 (1970) pp. 83-103