Án handsex and [an?] ðæræ lecge is hundeahtati mancussa goldæs,
- Chart. Th. 527, 9.
Leo takes lecg = gift, legacy, and then a dish of three pounds and a cup of equal amount would go to make up the amount of eighty mancusses. As regards the value of a
- Chart. Th. 501, 5
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