ASChart provides new ways of interrogating Anglo-Saxon charters dating to before 900: personal names, invocations, proems, dating clauses, dispositive words, curses (anathemas), and places of promulgation. This permits these types of information to be identified, recognised, and compared between charters.
The ‘Electronic Sawyer’ presents a revised, updated, and expanded version of Peter Sawyer's Anglo-Saxon Charters: an Annotated List and Bibliography (1968), a book which provided a comprehensive, systematic and accurate guide to the entire corpus of charters. eSawyer also provides authoritative texts of each charter, taken from the volumes published by the British Academy. Some are accompanied by English translations.
LangScape is a database of Anglo-Saxon estate boundaries, descriptions of the countryside made by the Anglo-Saxons themselves, surviving in manuscripts dating from the 8th to the 18th centuries. Each text has been checked against its manuscript source or been freshly transcribed and is available in semi-diplomatic, 'reading', or glossed translation form. Concordances can be produced and locations plotted on maps.
The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (PASE) is a database which aims to cover all of the recorded inhabitants of England from the late sixth to the end of the eleventh century. It is based on a systematic examination of the available written sources for the period, including chronicles, saints’ Lives, charters, libri vitae, inscriptions, and coins.