`...no one interested in governance, literacy, lordship - indeed, the whole range of medieval English history - will be able to ignore this book, not least agrarian and rural historians who intend to exploit the information in the hundred rolls.' The Agricultural History Review
`em A Second Domesday /em describes the returns and the conduct of the enquiry, as well as its geographical range and the varied character of the surviving documents, the rolls being an important sourcefor the West and East Midlands, the Thames Vally, and East Anglia.' Northern Historu
About the Author
Sandra Raban is a Fellow Emerita, Trinity Hall, Universiy of Cambridge.