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Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England - Página 22
de Frederic William Maitland - 1897 - 527 páginas
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Domesday for Wiltshire: Extracted from Accurate Copies of the Original ...

William Henry Jones - 1865 - 255 páginas
...manor, aud of six villans from each vill : — to wit, — what is the name of the estate ^mansio), who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now, how many hides there are, how many 1 Sas. Cliron. AD 1085. carucates in demesne, how many vassals (homines), how many...
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An Analysis of the Domesday Survey of Gloucestershire, Parte 2

Charles S. Taylor - 1889 - 348 páginas
...place from written records. The subjects of enquiries are stated to be, " What is the Estate named 1 Who held it in the time of King Edward ? Who holds it now 1 How many hides are there ? How many teams in demesne 1 How many belonging to the tenants 1 How many...
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Outlines and Documents of English Constitutional History During the Middle Ages

Charles Luke Wells, Frank Maloy Anderson - 1895 - 54 páginas
...and in every hundred, of the priest, reeve and six villansfrom each township. Then, what the manor is called; who held it in the time of King Edward; who holds it now ; how many hides (of land); how many carucates (of land) in the demesne land ; how many men ; how many villans ; how...
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Select Documents of English Constitutional History

George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens - 1901 - 555 páginas
...whole hundred, of the priest, the reeve and six villeins of each vill. Next the name of the manor, who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now; the number of hides; the number of plows on the demesne, the number of those of the men ; the numlier...
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The Fourth Crusade

Dana Carleton Munro - 1907 - 20 páginas
...Frenchmen, and the whole hundred, the priests, reeves, and six villains of each manor ; then, what the manor is called, who held it in the time of king Edward, who holds now ; how many hides, how many plows in demesne, how many belonging to the men, how many villains,...
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Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to ...

Edward Potts Cheyney - 1908 - 781 páginas
...Frenchmen, and the whole hundred, the priest, reeve, and six villains of each manor : to wit, what the manor is called, who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now ; how many hides, how many plows in demesne, how many belonging to the men, how many villains, how many cottars, how many serfs,...
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A Source Book for Medieval Economic History

Roy C. Cave, Herbert H. Coulson - 1965 - 467 páginas
...of the priest, the reeve, and six villeins of each manor. Then the name by which the manor is known, who held it in the time of King Edward; who holds it now; how many hides; how many ploughs and how many men on the demesne; how many villeins; how many cottars; how many serfs; how many...
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William the Conqueror: The Norman Impact Upon England

David Charles Douglas - 1964 - 476 páginas
...- the priest, the reeve and six men from each village. They inquired what the manor was called, and who held it in the time of King Edward ; who holds it now ; how many hides there are ; how many ploughs in demesne ; and how many belonging to the men ; how many villeins; how...
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Proceedings of the Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies: 1978. I

Reginald Allen Brown, R. Allen Brown, Marjorie Chibnall - 1979 - 247 páginas
...Book i gives a substantial answer to these basic questions: 'what was the manor called, who held it at the time of King Edward, who holds it now; how many hides there are, how many teams in demesne, how many of the tenants'; how many villeins, cottars, slaves,...
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Economics Without Time: A Science Blind to the Forces of Historical Change

Graeme Donald Snooks - 1993 - 327 páginas
...survey of the Abbey of Ely's estates in six eastern counties. The questions are:12 What is the manor called? Who held it in the time of King Edward? Who holds it now? How many hides? How many ploughs on the demesne? How many men? How many villeins? How many cottars? How many slaves? How many...
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