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Kentish place-names

Johannes Knut Wallenberg

Kentish place-names

a topographical and etymological study of the place-name material in Kentish charters dated before the conquest

by Johannes Knut Wallenberg

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Published by A.-b. Lundequistska bokhandeln in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Geographical -- England -- Kent.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. (ix)-xvii.

    Statementby J. K. Wallenberg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS284
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 378p. ;
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22077560M
    LC Control Number34004237

    Kentish Place Names Were They Ever Celtic? Several places with names containing Crai or Craie (modern Cray) are mentioned in the Domesday Book, and Norman leases often referred to the marling of fields. Pliny the Elder wrote about British chalk mining around ad 70, and iron age archaeological traces have been found near this cluster of. What is also interesting is that near Sittingbourne in North Kent is a Manor called 'Scuttington' but referred to as 'Scuddington' in Canon Horsley's book on Kentish Place Names, in the oldest records the name was recorded as 'Scunington', the settlement of the sons of Scuna, who may have been a compatriot of Hengest and was granted certain. Dover is a relatively small neighbourhood of Singapore, located in is bordered by Ghim Moh to the north, Kent Ridge to the south and southeast, one-north and Queenstown to the east, Commonwealth and Holland Village to the northeast Clementi to the west and West Coast to the southwest. It is often a noted location due to the sheer number of educational facilities it Country: Singapore. various: various, First edition. custom box for collection. Very Good. LETTERS AND BOOKS - INCLUDING AN AUTOGRAPH LETTER BY J.R.R. TOLKIEN AND.

    The first type is folk names, which is the name of a folk or people which became the name of their settlement. Essex means "(territory of) the East Saxons" (Mills, p. ). These names are generally quite old. The second type of place­name is a habitative name, which may be simplex or compound.


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Place Names in the Thanet Area. nowadays it is hard to see that the isle of thanet used to be a real island, separated from Kent by the Wantsum channel, through which ships heading to and from London would sail in. * Kent - a detailed study of Kentish place-names was carried out 80 years ago: Johannes K.

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The chief centres of the sparse population, and the natural landmarks of rivers and mountains, preserved the names given 18 Place Names in Kent. earlier by the Celts, while our villages with few exceptions are Scandinavian or Teutonic, other- wise Norse or Saxon. Prof. Green, in his History of the English People.

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The Journal of the English Place-Name Society has been published annually since The Journal contains articles, book reviews, bibliographies, and occasionally addenda and corrigenda to the county survey volumes, along with the EPNS reports and accounts for the preceding year.

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We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. A Man of Kent and a Kentish Man is an expression often used but the explanation has been given in various ways. Some say that a Man of Kent is a term of high honour while a Kentish Man denotes but an ordinary person.

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Books on Place Names. Field, J "The place names of Greater London" Batsford ; Glover, J "The place names of Kent" Batsford, ; Gover, J and others "The place names of Surrey" Cambridge University Press, ; Wallenberg, J "Kentish Place Names" A-B Lundequistaska Bokhandeln,   Buy East Kent Place Names: The Homes of Kentish Men and Maids First Edition by Poulton-Smith, Anthony (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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