Are the Domesday Book entries available for a charge, copies of the
Are copies of the original text of the AS Chronicle available easily
anywhere please? Not translations the original scrawl please. This would
be worth £3.50 (just about, costs could mount up).
On Fri, 4 Aug 2006 15:49:48 +0100, NEWMAN, Martin <Martin.Newman@ENGLISH-
>Shame its not fee, other on line resources created with public money are
>like PastScape http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/pastscape
>Shameless plug I know :-)
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>Subject: [BRITARCH] Online Domesday Book
>Can anyone explain to me the value of this new service?
> I notice that it costs 3.50UKP to download entries of places searched
>on the site, though you can buy a translation of the whole thing for
>just 15UKP on Amazon.
> Is there any benefit from using this search facility?
> I suppose if you just want one entry 3.50 is cheaper than 15.
> Does one get a copy of the original for your 3.50, is that the
> The all-new Yahoo! Mail goes wherever you go - free your email address
>from your Internet provider.