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Domesday book

LC control no.n 81063021
Uniform title headingDomesday book
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Variant(s)Liber de Wintonia
Libre de Wintonia
Doomsday book
King's book
Book of Winchester
Kniga Strashnogo suda
Special noteUsed only for Domesday book as a whole. The parts (Great Domesday, Little Domesday, and selections dealing with a specific county or area) have their specific headings. Note: publications may incorrectly refer to Great Domesday as if it were the whole Domesday book.
Found inLibre de Wintonia, Domesday book.
Smithsonian: issue for July 1986, p. 83 (Domesday book; Great and Little Domesday; the two volumes of Domesday book are known as Great and Little Domesday; originally called the King's book or Book of Winchester) p. 84 (Great Domesday is made up of 784 parchment pages recording the landholdings and demographics of 31 English counties gathered at the order, promulgated 1085, of King William I; three counties, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, were described in greater detail in the 902 smaller pages of Little Domesday)
Great Domesday. English & Latin. Great Domesday, 1986- : p. 7 of booklet in case I (1986 marks 900th anniversary of Domesday book; Great Domesday was disbound for preservation and to accomplish a perfect facsimile; Little Domesday will later be similarly handled) prospectus, "The 1986 facsimile of Domesday book," accompanying LC copy (Domesday book; v. 1 is Great, or Exchequer Domesday; v. 2 is Little Domesday; both written in Latin)
Levit︠s︡kiĭ, I︠A︡.A. Gorod i feodalizm v Anglii, 1987: p. 25 (Kniga Strashnogo suda)