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What does WIGORN stand for?

WIGORN stands for Wigorniensis (of Worcester)

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In the third chapter, the book's strongest, Tinti examines Worcester's record-keeping practices through a careful study of Worcester's surviving single-sheet leases and its three famous eleventh-century cartularies: the Liber Wigorniensis, generally accepted as the first cartulary to be compiled in England, the Nero-Middleton cartulary, and Hemming's Cartulary.