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i dont know but published is NOT the same word as complied.

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the domesday book was completed in 1212

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Was the Domesday Book ever completed?

it was completed


What day was the Domesday book finished on?

The Domesday Book was completed on August 1, 1086.


What happened in Britain in 1086?

The Domesday book was completed.


What has Normans done for England?

They built lots of churches and completed the Domesday Book.


What does the word Domesday mean?

The Domesday Book was a survey of England completed in 1086.Please see the related link if you want more information.the word means " the days we do not know much about


Is gerrards cross in the domesday book?

i think it is in the Domesday book?


How did William survey the country?

William the Conqueror commissioned the Domesday Book, a comprehensive survey of England, to assess the lands and resources of the country. The Domesday Book was completed in 1086 and provided detailed information on the wealth and ownership of property in England at that time.


Why did William introduce domesday book?

The Domesday book was called Domesday because the book was invented in the time of the war and it was doom.


Who is not mentioned in Domesday Book?

William I, the Conqueror was not mentioned in the Domesday book. Save


Where was the domesday book made?

the domesday book was made in england, written by Harold Saxon.


What name did the Domesday Book refer to Malham?

The Domesday Book refers to Malham as Malgun.


Do the people like the domesday book?

It was the earliest public record of people's holdings that were assessed for taxes. It was completed in 1086 by the order of William the Conqueror.