Three nice resources for Domesday Book enthusiasts

“Domesday Book, written after William the Conqueror’s extensive survey of lands and people in England likely produced in 1086, is a foundational and crucial text in British history. However, it’s a famously dense book best used for reference, and hardly one you’d sit down and read cover to cover. Its benefits to the historian make it equally inaccesible; an exhaustive, hundred by hundred, survey. Instead of slugging your way through or getting lost, here are three useful websites to explore the people and places in Domesday Book in more depth, and more accessible forms.

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