The present bibliography lists all those works that are cited in the foregoing pages, but represents only a fraction of the sources actually consulted in the course of research. Reference, however, is made to many of these in the authorites noted, and, with the ready availability of David Bates' A Bibliography of Domesday Book, it has therefore been felt unnecessary to list them all.


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