Domesday Book

Domesday Book, the record, in 2 vols., of the survey of all the lands of England made in 1081-1086 at the instance of William the Conqueror for purposes of taxation; the survey included the whole of England, except the four northern counties and part of Lancashire, and was made by commissioners appointed by the king, and sent to the different districts of the country, where they held courts, and registered everything on evidence; it is a valuable document.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Domenichi`no * Dominic de Guzman, St.
Döllinger
Dollond, John
Dolmen
Dolomite Alps
Domat, Jean
Dombasle
Dom-Boke
Dombrowski, John Henry
Domdaniel
Domenichi`no
Domesday Book
Dominic de Guzman, St.
Dominica
Dominical Letter
Dominican Republic
Dominicans
Dominie, Sampson
Dominis, Marco Antonio de
Domitian
Domrémy
Don

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