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Domesday Book, England's oldest and most famous public record, describes the condition of England south of the river Tees in 1066 and 1086. William the Conqueror's commissioners conducted their survey so thoroughly that "not one ox, nor one cow, nor one pig" was left unrecorded. It is the primary source for several centuries of English history, having bequeathed an unparalleled body of evidence. This CD-ROM is a most powerful and sophisticated aid to medieval scholarship, allowing the user to instantly retrieve all entries matching any search; locate any person or place; find al occurences of any word or phrase; retrieve the lands of any landowner or religious institution; map searches interactively (no limit to the maps that can be created); browse text, facsimile, indexes or wordlist easily and speedily; view text, maps, facsimile or tables at any magnification.
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