Exon Domesday: How to read the geld accounts

Tue 17th April 2018
Exeter Cathedral Chapter House, The Cloisters, EX1 1HS

Part of our "Celebration of Exon Domesday". This session takes place in the Chapter House. 

Exon Domesday contains unique information about politics, society, and the landscape of South-West Britain a thousand years ago. It is important simply as the first record of thousands of settlements. As the only surviving source for Great Domesday Book for anywhere in England, it also provides vital clues to help us understand the workings of that great campaign of pre-modern data collection.

Google map static shot of Exeter Cathedral Chapter House, The Cloisters, EX1 1HS
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