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The Domesday Survey (1085-1086)
The Domesday Appendices:
Mathematical equivalents,the great eleven barons, great landholders and a wealth of other information.
Information about the document in the National Archives. Includes a translation and image.
The document at the British Museum.
Art and Archaeology
The Bayeux Tapestry
The Bayeux Tapestry
: Information on the CD-ROM project.
The Castles of Wales
Images of Medieval English Architecture.
The Laxton Village Survey:
General information on the project in Nottinghamshire as well as details on open field farming.
Arcaeology in York
Information on the project in Pembrokeshire.
Details on the excavation in Powys.
Brief information on the monastic house on the Isle of Man.
Tour of Durham Cathedral
City of Durham
Tower of London, Virtual Tour
Tour of Exeter
Exploring Lavenham, Audio Tour
Gedling Parish Church
Includes images of Stonhenge, Castle Combe and the Cathedral at Salisbury.
Medieval English Towns
History of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
: Information specifically addressing the conquest.
Medieval Resources at the University of Kansas.
Secrets of the Norman Invasion
: Includes information on the primary source material, the Bayeux Tapestry and Domesday Book.
The Richard III Society On-Line Library
: Includes primary and secondary sources and Richard III as well as essays and an on-line version of Shakespeare's play.
The History of King Richard III
by Sir Thomas More. The middle English version at the University of Oregon.
The Robin Hood Project
: Texts, images and information from the project at the University of Rochester.
York Doomsday Project
: The multi-media project of the 15th century mystery plays.
Laws of William the Conqueror
English Historical Documents from the Avalon Project at Yale University.The Collection includes the
Assize of Clarendon (1166)
Constitutions of Clarendon (1164)
, and the
Confirmation of Charters (1297)
Domesday Book and Beyond:
Three Essays in the early history of England by F.W. Maitland.
Important Events in the Fourteenth Century
(an illustrated overview by Jane Zatta)
: Timelines, maps, family trees and more, by Mark Needham.
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