Liber Exoniensis

MS preserved in the library of Exeter Cathedral, containing Exon Domesday, from which the account of the five south-western shires in *DB was compiled. Only Cornwall, Devon and Somerset survive in full, with about a third of Dorset and just one Wiltshire "manor.

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  • Exeter — For other uses, see Exeter (disambiguation). City of Exeter Clockwise: The Cathedral, The Clock Tower, Devon County Hall, Cathedral Close, The Iron Bridge …   Wikipedia

  • Exeter Book — Not to be confused with Liber Exoniensis. The Exeter Book, Exeter Cathedral Library MS 3501, also known as the Codex Exoniensis, is a tenth century[1] book or codex which is an anthology of Anglo Saxon poetry. It is one of the four major Anglo… …   Wikipedia

  • Livre d'Exeter —  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Liber Exoniensis. Le Livre d Exeter (Exeter Book) ou Codex Exoniensis (aussi connu sous sa référence MS 3501 à la bibliothèque de la cathédrale d’Exeter) est un codex de la seconde moitié du Xe siècle,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • North Petherton (hundred) — North Petherton Map including the Hundred of North Petherton …   Wikipedia

  • Clamores — The word, meaning claims, is used in *DB as heading for a section of entries found in several counties, placed as an appendix. These entries concern properties over which there were claims and disputes about who held what and the size of holdings …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Exon Domesday — See Liber Exoniensis …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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